Contact Information

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  • Photo of Joan Hart

    Joan Hart 

    Director of Development
    (209) 524-6822
  • Photo of James Pecchenino

    James Pecchenino 

    President of the Central Catholic Foundation

Vineyard Sports Complex

CCHS's Vineyard Sports Complex

Central Catholic High School exists to provide an excellent Catholic education that inspires and empowers young men and women while preparing them for success in college and life in general.  As our principal, Bruce Sawyer, often states “we are preparing our students for college and Heaven!”  In strategically planning for the future our leadership team has outlined a master plan to guide the school.  This long-range plan will be completed in phases over the next 1 to 10 years.

Phase One – A view from above of the Vineyard Sports Complex.

“Study after study confirms young people who participate in co-curricular activity, sports especially, are a better fit as adults, live healthier lifestyles, and do better in school.”

Phase One of the project will include a softball field in memory of beloved coach, Betty Ladd, as well as sand volleyball courts and sports fields and the infrastructure necessary to develop the entire site. Leveling, fencing and other preparations are already underway and the fields will be completed this year.  Funding opportunities are still available for those interested in supporting this project.

In later phases, the master plan projects a Patton Field Update, a 21st Century Learning Center, upgrades to our technology infrastructure, FFA agriculture labs, a new track, soccer fields, a stadium, and a concession area.  In addition, because we believe every student, regardless of economic status, deserves an excellent education, Central Catholic is also seeking to double our endowment for scholarships and tuition assistance.  This vision will allow Central Catholic students to continue to thrive in a vibrant campus with the best available spiritual, academic, and co-curricular education.

Call the CCHS Foundation office, 209-524-6822 for more information.