Under grey skies and thunder, former businessman tycoon Donald J. Trump took the oath of office yesterday to become the 45th President of the United States while under the watch of approximately 900,000 spectators, an amount significantly smaller than the turnout for former President Barack Obama’s reco... READ MORE »»
CCHS students, who are in Washington, D.C. on a trip organized by social studies teacher Christi Harrington, relax outside the Capital as they await the inauguration.
The Dons for Life club took a big step with the pro-life movement today by joining the Walk for Life West Coast event in the heart of San Francisco.
"As a Catholic school, we have to demonstrate we are pro-life," Cathedral Catholic High School Principal Mr. Kevin Calkins said. "Clearly, one way you do t... READ MORE »»
The Dons for Life club prepares for take off at the San Diego airport Saturday morning. They proudly wear their sweatshirts with the YOLO slogan, which stand for "You Only Live Once."
The first week back from Winter Break caused many students to feel blue as they hunkered down for the rest of the school year. While many students found themselves engaging in winter activities during the holidays, the Cathedral Catholic High School varsity water polo team was practicing for an amazing... READ MORE »»
Varsity water polo player Laura Larkin '18 sits on the pier of Stearn's Wharf in Santa Barbara as she gazes out into the sea planning her next game at the Tournament Of Champions.
For Cathedral Catholic High School student Joaquin Martinez de Pinillos '18, running is just second nature.
Though Martinez de Pinillos is seen as a running star in the eyes of his peers and coaches, especially given the fact that he is ranked as the top high school junior runner in California, he do... READ MORE »»
Leading the pack in a cross country invitational meet, CCHS student-athlete Martinez de Pinillos not only competes for first, but competes with himself to reach a faster personal record.
A haze of fog cloaked Manchester Stadium, which challenged the Cathedral Catholic High boys varsity soccer team as it defeated the Bishops School Monday 1-0 after an intense battle.
"Stay focused," CCHS Head Coach Nate Hetherington shouted to his players.
Throughout the first half, neither t... READ MORE »»
CCHS boys varsity soccer player Jeroni Bertran '17 (right) awaits an incoming pass from a teammate, keeping his distance from the Bishops School defender.
After more than two weeks of relaxation, snow-filled vacations, and holiday cheer, Dons barreled back onto campus from winter break. The first day of second semester began midweek with the St. Elizabeth Seton Liturgy. In addition, the campus buzzed with sports action from winter sports, including water ... READ MORE »»
The sun kissed the sky goodbye over Del Norte High School before the CCHS freshman soccer team's match against DNHS.
In today's society, many adolescents and teenagers trade tire swings and bike rides for cell phones and hover boards, often missing life's precious moments.
This modern-day reality must change.
Cell phones increasingly have become a symbol of social status and material sense wealth, as well as a foca... READ MORE »»
CCHS student Kate Ina ‘17 sketched her stance on social media, but more specifically regarding her recent break up with Twitter.