The wind picked up as the salty waves splashed against the bow of the ship. He pulled the sails and gained speed as he sliced through the water. The sun beat down on him as a drop of sweat ran down the side of his face. The air surged around him as he neared the finish line.
His muscles ... READ MORE »»
Ryan Ratliffe '17 sails a 29er boat in a sail team regatta. He competes against other high school sail teams throughout San Diego. All the boats are pushing toward the finish line in hopes of winning the regatta.
For Stella Maris Academy eighth grader Nathan Barno, there are few school-related events as certain as pending midterm exams, shelter-in-place drills, and Saturday detention.
You now can add attending Cathedral Catholic High School to the list.
"I already liked Cathedral a lot more than the other... READ MORE »»
The CCHS Mance team performs at Dons' Day, entertaining the crowd of eighth graders sitting excitedly in the bleachers.
Despite San Diego's sunny reputation, fall began to set in on campus at Cathedral Catholic High School as many students donned sweatshirts. While some Cathedral Catholic High School students feel as if fall fashion is the epitome of the autumn season, others feel as if football reigns. The Dons took ... READ MORE »»
Varsity cheerleader Chris Lucio '18 runs the Cathedral Catholic High School flag down the stretch of the track as the Dons' football team scores a touchdown against Mira Mesa High School.
The Cathedral Catholic High School girls varsity field hockey team came out swinging last week against the Otay Ranch High School, winning in dominant fashion 5-0.
The Dons started the contest strong, putting pressure on Otay Ranch and scoring within minutes. Repeated offensive attacks k... READ MORE »»
For many Cathedral Catholic High School students, the second presidential debate, which took place last Sunday night, presented itself as a chance to hear what Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump had to say about the tapes that were released of him sexually bantering about women... READ MORE »»
A select few Cathedral Catholic High School students and two faculty members traveled to Skid Row in Los Angeles. During the course of three days, the group served food to the homeless while spending time at Saint Francis Center and Midnight Mission. In addition, volunteers took a tour of Homeboy Industri... READ MORE »»
Volunteers came together to serve food to the homeless at the Saint Francis Center in Los Angeles.
The Cathedral Catholic High School community boasts its own rising country star. Overwhelmed with excitement, Maddie Wichterman ‘18 recently released her first original single this year. On her way to join the ranks of her idol, Carrie Underwood, Wichterman aims for more than just writing music, b... READ MORE »»
Maddie Wichterman ‘18 rides a journey of success towards country music stardom.