Cathedral High School intentionally cultivates a culture of achievement at the school and formally recognizes superior academic performance.
Author: Amy Malkemes
The Cathedral High School community was privileged to gather in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross with Seán Patrick Cardinal O’Malley, OFM, Cap., Archbishop of Boston, to celebrate Mass on December 8 for the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception.
When Francis Lubega signed up for the mock trial team his freshman year at Cathedral High School, he might not have realized then he was laying the foundation for his future career plans. The newest graduate from The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester can trace the beginnings of his interest in law to the opportunities he received while at Cathedral.
Students and families alike look forward to graduation as the culmination of years of hard-work and dedication. With the COVID-19 pandemic preventing the possibility of an in-person graduation this year, Cathedral High School set out to celebrate the class of 2020 the best way possible under the circumstances. The school community came together for a virtual commencement ceremony, complete with all of the traditional elements of the celebration: speeches, awards, the reading of names, and prayers for the graduates.
I hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe during these uncertain times. Our Cathedral staff and faculty send along our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to you as we define a new normal together.