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Photo of CCDT famous kickline. Photo from last year’s winter concert, “Making Spirits Bright.”
“All I want for Christmas is Dance”
Cassidy Smith, Writer • November 18, 2022

On December 2nd, at the Cathedral Catholic Guadalupe Center Theater, Varsity, Junior Varsity, and competition Dance Teams will perform their...

The school of San Dieguito Academy, recently put on the play, Lost Girl, at their home theater. Cathedral also preformed Lost Girl as the first show of the 2022-23 Drama year back in August at the Poway Center of Performing Arts.
"Lost Girl": Two Ways
Chase Stern, Writer • November 17, 2022

Over the last week, San Dieguito Academy (SDA) performed their rendition of "Lost Girl", which as you may remember, was also the first play performed...

Preston Palmo, in action, taking videos of our Dons Football team. Preston believes, “If you have a passion, go out and explore that passion to the fullest potential. Just remember, it’s okay to take breaks as long as you don’t ignore the love you have for your passion.”
Getting to Know Preston Palmo
Danielle Corrao, Writer • November 11, 2022

You may have seen the famous hype videos shown on CCTV, social media, and at pep rallies. At the end of each video, the name “Preston Palmo”...

During Kairos 29, the boy senior leaders exemplified their goals of letting their gifts change the world. The Kairos retreat is one that all CCHS students look forward to their senior year.
The Impact from Kairos
Danielle Corrao, Writer • November 4, 2022

From CCHS student’s freshman retreat, we’ve heard about the wonders and surprises of Kairos. Students and staff hype the retreat up all throughout...

Red ribbons were displayed around the CCHS campus in support of Red Ribbon Week.
The Fentanyl Epidemic
Brooke Johnston-Quirarte, Social Media Editor • November 2, 2022

One choice. One pill. One chance. Schools all around the country celebrate Red Ribbon Week, a week dedicated to educating students on the...

The items included in the Don Package include a sweatshirt, bag, tassel, and keychain. All seniors must submit their height without shoes for their graduation gown order.
Don Package for Seniors
Carissa Vanzant-Thomas, Assistant Marketing Editor • November 2, 2022

Attention seniors! The Dons Graduation Package is now available for $192.50. The order deadline is Friday, November 4th. The package includes...

Pictured is a crashed car on campus to remind students of the dangers caused by drinking and driving. The car served as a reminder to students of what could happen if they took the risk of driving while under the influence.
The Importance of Red Ribbon Week
Carissa Vanzant-Thomas, Assistant Marketing Editor • October 30, 2022

As Red Ribbon Week comes to an end, it is still important to reflect on the awareness of drugs and alcohol. Red Ribbon Week celebrates the...

CCHS Juniors Brooke Quiarte, Sarah Brown, Maisyn Clements, Reese Covington, and Sophia Cervantes are thrilled to study the brains of the polar bears! On Friday, October 21, Mr. Caro’s Psychology classes explored the San Diego Zoo and reflected on the behaviors, biology, and motivation of animals in captivity.
Psych Students Study the Zoo
Sarah Brown, Co Editor in Chief • October 30, 2022

Mr. Caro, Psychology professor at Mira Costa College and AP Psychology/College Psychology teacher for Cathedral Catholic High School (CCHS),...

More information on the blood drive.
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Carissa Vanzant-Thomas, Writer • October 19, 2022

Every two seconds, someone in the US requires blood; more than 41,000 donations are needed daily. This Thursday, October 20th, from 12:00 pm-6:00...

Students came together to form the Ukrainian flag as a union to support Ukraine.
Human Rights Club
Matthew Schilling, Writer • October 14, 2022

Here at Cathedral Catholic High School there are over hundreds of clubs to join. A club that has made an impact in the community is the Human...

President of NHS, Catherine Caro, and her Vice President, Sienna Kotsay, plan for the NHS meetings for the 2022-2023 school year.
NHS Returns to Campus and is Eager to Make its Mark
Sarah Brown, CCHS News Editor • October 13, 2022

The National Honors Society (NHS) has begun its work on campus for the 2022-2023 school year! NHS members must receive a minimum of ten project...

The yearbook class works diligently to plan upcoming spreads. The October team plans who will take charge of each monthly event.
Inside the Yearbook Class
Julianne Cox, Staffer • October 6, 2022

This week is National Yearbook Week but what is national yearbook week? National Yearbook week started in 1987 and was declared by President...

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