Your selection process is all about finding the school that will best-serve your student's needs. You want to partner with an education family that inspires and encourages your child to think critically, mature, and be challenged to excel. We invite you to get to know Central Catholic High School and all we offer during our Fall Open House on Wednesday, October 30th.
Central Catholic Open Houses will allow you to explore our campus, meet the faculty, staff, administration, coaches, and of course, our students. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the programs offered and how WE can help your child prepare for the rigors of college.
Central Catholic High School would like to invite all 8th graders in the community to attend a special 8th Grade Day on Friday, October 4th 2019. Students can check-in starting at 9:00am with a program beginning at 9:30am. The day wraps up at 1:15pm.
The students will begin the day by checking in at the Mark Gallo Health & Fitness Center. They will then move on to participating in rally games, visiting classrooms, and enjoying a free lunch. They will also get to meet current students, potential CCHS classmates, and teachers.
Parents are hosted in our library from 9:30am to 12:00pm and will learn about Central Catholic High School, the admissions process, and our scholarship opportunities. And as always, feel free bring a friend!
Today is the last day of the 2018-2019 school year and with that comes our end of the year celebrations for the Class of 2019. Read more for the details of our Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation ceremony.
WE finished up Senior Reveal Day with our Central Catholic High School Alumni Association BBQ where our seniors signed their college of choice on our Class of 2019 banner. Congratulations to the Class of 2019! Also, a big thank you to our Academic Booster Club for hosting, Copper Spur BBQ, INC. for the delicious lunch, Central Catholic FFA for providing the centerpieces, and Ripon Print Studio for creating the banner.
Central Catholic FFA installed two Juice Plus + Tower Garden Growing Systems, a vertical aeroponic system which can grow up to 20 plants. The towers have been planted with chive, sage, peppermint, lemon cucumber, jalapeño, and zucchini thanks to the donation by Randy Beasly of Bonnie Plants in Linden, CA.
California FFA’s premier capstone conference, individuals and teams are prepared to make things happen. Skills for solving problems, making decisions and accomplishing goals are developed. Students step into the role of one of California's State legislators, are assigned a specific California district and spend four days in Sacramento. SLE is all about the role of government, agricultural policy and advocacy. Our own Ben Shinkwin, Senior, was selected to attend SLE.
After a rough loss to Weston Ranch in the CIF SJS D3 section final, our boys basketball team has to keep moving with the NorCal Regional tournament starting on Tuesday. WE will be hosting the Mountain View Spartans in the MGHFC, come cheer our boys on!
For the fourth year in a row, our CC Raiders boys basketball team will be competing for the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Champion title. This year, our #3 seeded Raiders will take on the #1 seeded Weston Ranch Cougars. Read more for all the game infomation.
CCHS Seniors: The Senior Retreat is on Wednesday, January 16th. The retreat goes from 8am - 2pm and lunch will be provided. Remember to print off the permission slip through this link and turn it into our Campus Minister, Daniel Menezes, or the front office.