Concussion Awareness Week and #TTPledge

Cathedral High School students lead efforts to promote concussion safety and take the ThinkTaylor #TTPledge from September 11 through 15.

Mortarboard Toss

Cathedral 7-12 High School has had an incredible 2016-2017 school year. These are the top seven highlights made possible through the generous support of our mission by our trustees, benefactors, the community, as well as through the engagement of our students, families, faculty, and staff.

Amberose McDonald & Tikia Price: 2017 Yawkey Scholarship Recipients

Two Cathedral High School graduates of the class of 2017—Amberose McDonald of South Boston (above left) and Tikia Price of Roxbury (above right)—have been selected as Yawkey Scholars.

Graduation of Cathedral High School Class of 2017

Cathedral High School’s 87th Commencement Exercises marked the fourteenth consecutive year that the South End school saw every single senior graduate and earn college admission. The 57 members of the Class of 2017 received their high school diplomas Saturday, May 20 at Saint James the Greater Church in Boston.

Girls Basketball 2017 Massachusetts State Champions

The Cathedral Panthers girls basketball earn their second consecutive MIAA State Championship title in Division IV on a 14-game winning streak, picking up honors and milestones along the way.

Professionals discuss financial literacy with Cathedral High School students

Professionals from across the finance industry volunteered their time to conduct financial literacy workshops with students from Cathedral 7-12 High School’s senior class.

Class of 2016 Salutatorian, Taylor Driscoll, addresses her fellow graduates in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross at the Cathedral High School 86th Commencement Exercises on May 14, 2016

For the thirteenth consecutive year, every Cathedral High School senior graduated high school and is college-bound far outpacing national and local averages. The school hosted its 86th commencement exercises on May 14, 2016.

Boston Cathedral High School students tour Quebec City in Canada

Through the generosity of family, friends, and classmates of Richard McDonald '63, 13 Cathedral students studying French were able to travel to Quebec for a guided learning experience.