Category: CHS Athletics

College acceptances are rolling in for members of Cathedral’s Class of 2024!  Below is a current list of college acceptances through early action and early decision process. Stay tuned as […]

The Class of 2024 went to New Hampshire’s Toa Nipi retreat center for an overnight retreat in November – the first retreat of its kind at Cathedral in recent history! […]

Thank you to Robert Higgins, MD, MSHA, President of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Executive Vice President at Mass General Brigham, for visiting with Cathedral High School scholars on December […]

Thank you to the New England Patriots and especially to #55 Josh Uche for meeting with Cathedral High School scholar-athletes this week for a special Concussion Awareness event, in partnership […]

Janet and Mike Daley in the Daley Center for Campus Ministry, along with their son, Kevin, Cathedral High School President Dan Carmody, and Lindsey Hughes, the inaugural Director of Campus Ministry for the Daley Center for Campus Ministry

C. Michael ’54 and Janet Richards ’55 Daley will be awarded the highest honor – the Vigor in Arduis award – at the upcoming Adopt-A-Student Foundation Gala to be held […]

Cathedral was recently selected for a Back-to-School segment on WBZ-TV with reporter Levan Reid. The coverage showcased some the great work going on here at Cathedral High School. Check out […]

CHS alumna, Skania Florestal ‘04 from Atlanta recently visited campus to learn about CHS today, meet current students, and learn about our plans for the upcoming CNCF campaign!  Skania talked […]

Cathedral’s Advancement Department had a terrific time handing out Cathedral Now, Cathedral Forever campaign t-shirts to our amazing students! Students, faculty and staff are invited to wear our tee-shirts proudly, […]

Each month CHS recognizes greatness amongst our student body. Our scholars are hard working and active members of the Panther community. It is with great pride that we recognize the […]

Left to Right – Dayllen Freire-Depina ’25, Saleena Johnson, Dynasia Evans-Goode ’25,  Nyah Nicholas Bodden ’25, Trestal Dixon ’25,  Through a collaboration with Boston Medical Center, CHS sophomores participated in […]