News & Announcements

Alumni Association Installs New Officers & Members

The CCHS Alumni Association has installed a new group of Officers and At-Large Board Members as of July 1, 2020.
The new President, serving a two-year term, is Charlie Gomez '84. His term as President will expire in 2022. Charlie is a long-time volunteer and former coach for Central Catholic. Currently, Charlie serves as Vice President, Specialty Markets, for Ricos Products Co.—a Central Catholic family-owned business.
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Class of 2020 Graduation

On June 13, 2020, the 180 young men from the Class of 2020 celebrated their graduation ceremony on the field of Bob Benson '66 Stadium. Due to COVID-19, our ceremony was limited to select family members and social distance guidelines were maintained.
With many faculty & staff volunteers and help from Outside the Box, the one of a kind ceremony was a "first" for the Central Catholic community on a beautiful Saturday morning.
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Distance Learning Begins for Central Catholic

First and foremost, I want to thank you for your ongoing prayer and support of each other and Central Catholic. I am confident that we will endure this new challenge because of our faith and our commitment to serving each other. Blessed William Joseph Chaminade experienced the same outpouring as he navigated the turbulent times of the French Revolution.
Learning, faith formation, and character development will continue for...
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Frequently Asked Questions about CCHS & COVID-19

As questions arise from our students, parents/guardians, faculty & staff, and other members of the community, please view Central Catholic's responses to some of our most frequently asked questions. This page will be updated regularly with new questions and answers as the situation changes.
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89th Annual JROTC Military Ball

The 89th annual Military Ball was held by the Central Catholic JROTC Corps of Cadets on January 25. This annual event is held to honor the graduating senior class and the transfer of leadership.
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Mrs. Sosa continues to be the heartbeat of Central Catholic

“I think about how my kids went through school and how I wanted them to be treated by an administrator or by a teacher so I try to be that person. I don’t want to brush off a student just because I don’t have time. I want to make time. I wanted somebody to have time for my kids. So learned that from being a parent and seeing how my children were treated,” said Sosa.
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