Category: News Stories

WEEK 2 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK These teams used their struggles during Fall II as a springboard to a strong start in 2021 By Brendan Kurie Globe Correspondent,Updated September […]

Pictured left to right: Cathedral High School Athletic Director Derrick Beasley, junior Kyree Egerton of Dorchester, junior Micah Hernandez of Boston, freshman Jonas Pena of Boston, junior Sincere Tavares of […]

Congratulations to Ms. Vacarro! On August 6th, 2021 Cathedral’s own Art Instructor, Ms. Jillian Vaccaro shared her 2021 MFA Summer Thesis Exhibition, “Changing since Changing” along with five other artists […]

The vibrance of the Cathedral High School’s alumni community comes alive at the annual All-Class Reunion! All alumni have the option to visit Cathedral High School to take a tour […]

This summer, Cathedral launched extended learning programs that are designed to bridge the gap between grade levels, summer learning loss and pandemic related student struggles. This added support benefits students […]

2019-2020 Boys Varsity Football Team at Cathedral High School Boston

Join fellow Panthers for summer strength and conditioning workouts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the Gymnasium and Weight room at Cathedral High School. Training will take place from 3:00 […]

Cathedral High School Academic Honors

Cathedral High School intentionally cultivates a culture of achievement at the school and formally recognizes superior academic performance.

Cardinal Seán Patrick O'Malley OFM Cap. Archbishop of Boston with Cathedral High School students in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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.

Special Recognition for Nancy Lane '69, Director of Guidance

Everybody at Cathedral High School knows Nancy Lane. Parents, students, every staff and faculty member, partner institutions, and decades of alumni alike all light up with affection and enthusiasm when her name is mentioned.