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Welcome to the Parent Club!

Dear Parents,

A key characteristic of a Marianist education that resonates with our parents is “to educate in the family spirit”.  Central Catholic parents have a long history of working with our school’s administration, faculty, and staff to create an educational environment that exhibits the Marianist characteristics of openness, hospitality, graciousness, and faith. The Parent Club depends on our parents’ talents and readiness to help so we are able to help Central achieve its mission. 

The role of the Parent Club is to oversee all of the special events at the school and to support the administration – those who are in most contact with our boys. We assist with such events as The Central Catholic Gala, Truck Raffle, Mother-Son event, Father-Son event, Grandparents’ Day, as well as other events throughout the school year. 

We encourage you to get to know the Parent Club Board and fellow CCHS parents by taking an active role in our meetings and activities. Our general meetings include reporting from the school administration and counselors as well as reporting on the various events that we sponsor. The activities that we sponsor directly impact our entire student body, faculty, and staff.

I’m truly humbled to serve as the president for the coming year. The Board and I welcome you and your sons into the Central Catholic community. Together we will work to promote the Marianist tradition for our son's success through the development of scholarship, leadership, and moral character. 

Looking forward to a great academic school year!  

Blessings,
Christine Palomera
Parent Club President
The Central Catholic Parent Club is a social and service organization committed to supporting the mission of Central Catholic High School. The Parent Club supports the work of the faculty and staff, while building community among Central Catholic families. As a CCHS parent/guardian, you are automatically a member of the Parent Club.  

Goals of the CCHS Parent Club:
  • Increase parental understanding of the processes and functions of the school
  • Promote good communication between faculty, parents and administration
  • Provide a forum for the exchange of ideas in the educational process
  • Serve in an advisory capacity to the President and Principal
  • Sponsor fundraising events to support Central Catholic High School