The SDCAEA* Groff Exhibition, headed by the CCHS Art Department chair, Mrs. Silvia Wiedmann, and former 3D Design teacher, Mrs. Alyssa Vallecorsa, opened to the public mid-April. Among a mere fifty-seven art pieces accepted to the Exhibition are three pieces by seniors Liam Ballantyne, Andrea Lowe, and... READ MORE »»
Aerial signs, enormous banners, vibrant arrangements of donuts...all of these and more were seen around the Cathedral Catholic campus as students took creative efforts to win a date for what is (debatably) the ultimate high school rite of passage: Prom.
As the extravagance of these proposals increase,... READ MORE »»
Your Dons Varsity baseball team is currently tied in first (3-1) coming off from wins against the Saints, Patrick Henry and Mira Mesa. After coming of a devastating loss to start league against Scripps Ranch, the Dons bounced back with an huge win against the Saints resulting in a score of 2-1. Junior... READ MORE »»
A seemingly simple yet extremely complicated sport, golf requires an immense amount of time, practice, and passion. Golf demands players to give their full time and commitment to the green, and this year, the boys' golf team has been doing just that.
Leading the team is head coach Mr. Douglas McLean,... READ MORE »»
After months of ASB's careful planning, Prom season has finally arrived. After selling hundreds of Board and Brew sandwiches to fundraise, the junior class, who plans prom, can finally breathe sighs of relief. The venue at the Zoo has been secured, decorations designed, and food for the evening ordered.... READ MORE »»
What do Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, and Luciano Pavorotti have in common with three CCHS students? As of 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 29, 2015, all six individuals have performed at Carnegie Hall.
Seniors Alec Kowalski and Meg Larkin joined freshman Gianna Gallo to sing at Carnegie Hall with... READ MORE »»
Several choirs, including the St. James choir from San Diego, performed at Carnegie Hall on March 29, 2015.
After a lengthy election process during the week before Easter Break, the results were announced that Kate Garofalo, Nicole Alldredge, Kate Petosa, and Annalise Castro became the new Junior Class officers. Kate Garofalo, who had previously served as the Freshman and Sophomore class President, was once... READ MORE »»
From left to right: Kate Garofalo (President), Nicole Alldredge (Vice President), Kate Petosa (Secretary), Annalise Castro (Class Historian)
Today, the Dons' baseball team will continue their league play versus our rivals, the Saintsmen. Saint Augustine's team has started off well in league thus far with wins over Mira Mesa and Patrick Henry this week. In addition to their two wins in the eastern league, the Saints are having a lot of... READ MORE »»
"Domestic violence refers to violent acts committed by a family or household member against another, such as child abuse or the mistreatment of one's spouse" ("Definition of Domestic Violence", findlaw.com).
Kathy Scharbarth, mother of Cathedral junior Madison Scharbarth, was one person... READ MORE »»
I am Nicole Askar. I am a senior, and this is my first year writing for El Cid. Other than writing for El Cid, I am co-leader of the Internationals Club and a member of Academic League, the Mock... Read More »