The Dons football team kicks off its season tomorrow night at Manchester Stadium in a non-conference game against Folsom High School, the nation’s 15th ranked team. But that doesn’t mean spectators have low expectations for the Dons this Friday, or for the whole season.
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The Dons celebrating after last year's CIF Championship win
A veteran educator, Mr. Andrzejewski has taught on Cathedral's campus for eight years. He has instructed courses such as Filmmaking, Video Production, and Visual Arts. But as he is leaving to work on his fitness training business, his main accomplishment here at Cathedral has been his contribution to... READ MORE »»
Rising juniors have been looking forward to a summer of relaxation, hoping their biggest problems would be sunburns from long days at the beach. However, those in this group who have decided to take AP English in the coming year have realized, or will soon realize,... READ MORE »»
With graduation just past and the much-anticipated arrival of summer, many former high school seniors are burdened with the distant worries of college, and the hefty costs that accompany the higher education process. However, three now-alumni of CCHS will not have to worry about paying for college, or... READ MORE »»
On May 31, 2014, the Lady Dons softball team was crowned Division I champions after a 6-1 win against the No. 4 seeded Ramona Bulldogs. In the 2013 season, the Lady Dons ended their season with eighteen wins and an upsetting loss in the finals against Santana High School, losing four to two. This year,... READ MORE »»
While most of Cathedral’s sports teams strive to distinguish themselves from their neighbors on campus, the boys’ Varsity lacrosse wants to do just the opposite. Indeed, Mr. Jim Mandler, the team’s newest head-coach, is adamant that the boys “emulate” other teams in the hopes that they will... READ MORE »»
When Señora Raquel Olson assigned a final project to her class last week, she certainly understood the deeper significance it offered for her own life. The project was three-prong; using the proper Spanish verb tenses, students were to describe three events-- one about their... READ MORE »»
Junior Justin Haupt poses with Sra. Olson on her last day.
Cathedral Catholic is a different kind of high school. Students come from different parts of the county, different backgrounds, and different home lives, yet when they step onto the CCHS campus, all those difference don't matter. At Cathedral Catholic, we are one family.
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My name is Nicole-Ann Lobo, and I am really excited to continue my third year writing for El Cid, this time as Opinions Editor! My favorite things include classic rock, politics, literature and the New... Read More »