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Unhealthy/Limited Food Options
Sophie Galluccio, Writer • March 14, 2023

Here at Cathedral Catholic High School, we are blessed to have a great kitchen staff who prepares food for us to purchase everyday. With Moose...

Students from Cathedral last year, 2022, gathering on field to recreate the Ukrainian flag to show support.
Rights on Point: The Activism and Advocacy of our Human Rights Club
Cassidy Smith, Writer • March 8, 2023

What started out as a humble club established here at Cathedral Catholic High School, has evolved into an international organization that operates...

Here we have pre-formal photos of some of Cathedral’s seniors, in their beautiful dresses. Author, Danielle Corrao (far right), writes about her experience getting dress coded and why she felt that the dress code system was inconsistent and targeted girl students.
Dress Code Turn Away
Danielle Corrao, Writer • March 8, 2023

Many students may have realized that this year, Cathedral Catholic has become more strict on enforcing the dress code. Teachers are being told...

Faith is an important aspect in our community at CCHS and our community prayer has a deep rooted meaning that most dont know about. Mrs. Wells informs ElCid “The community prayer is reflected in our community as more than just a prayer it is our way of being. It is wrapped into all we do, all we hope for and expect of students.”
Who Helped Us “Live the Call, Build the Kingdom”
Danielle Corrao, Staffer • February 8, 2023

“Lord Jesus Christ, Let my gifts change the world, Help us Live the Call, Build the Kingdom, Veni Sancte Spiritus.” This prayer is something...

The Black Student Union led the school liturgy to begin Black History Month on 2 February 2023. They plan to continue this tradition in light of its beaming success, as it increased reverence and participation from students during the Mass.
BSU for Black History Month
Hong-An Phan and Sarah Brown February 6, 2023

During the height of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movements in 2020, the desperate push for systematic reform and social emphasis on black pride...

Cathedral winter sports teams prepare for their upcoming seasons with support from the Dons community. Get ready to get loud at the pep rally this Friday at lunch in the gym wearing your grades color.
Get Excited for the Winter Sports Pep Rally!
Amanda Miller, Writer • February 1, 2023

Get ready to cheer and support our Dons sports community this Friday! Join us as we show our love for our winter sports teams and as they kick...

Photo taken at Hearts of Cathedrals event at Panera Bread week of January 10, 2023. The club partnered up with the Play With Heart Foundation to raise money for AEDs for low income schools.
Hearts of Cathedral
Cassidy Smith, Writer • January 31, 2023

The “Hearts of Cathedral '' club here at Cathedral is a group of students, led by founder, Chiara Bonomi, dedicated to bringing awareness to...

First semester seniors on Halloween. Soon the senioritis will sink in and school won’t be as enjoyable for this group.
The Epidemic of Senioritis Among Second Semester Seniors
Arabella Cassidy, Writer • January 20, 2023

We’re approaching the finish line as the senior class of 2023. The senioritis is beginning to spread and students, teachers, and parents can...

Two students at Cathedral Catholic, Sofia Hoven, and Evangelique Courie. The girls started a club earlier in the yers and have many big plans for the Cultural Culinary Club.
Two Young Girls Start a Club for Change.
Amanda Miller, Staffer • January 18, 2023

Sofia Hoven and Evangelique Courie started an organization earlier this semester by the name of Cultural Culinary club. Throughout the year,...

Ms. Cairns, Journalism teacher at CCHS, is eager to continue her class next year. If you are interested in Journalism for your 2023-2024 schedule, contact Ms. Cairns at!
Is Journalism the Class for You?
Sarah Brown, Co-Editor in Chief • January 11, 2023

I hardly go easy on myself when selecting my course schedule, a sentiment that is common among the majority of my classmates. Perhaps it’s...

CCHS administration makes the jarring decision to shorten the reading period “dead week” from a week to three days. The student population has been left in shock and worry for what this change meant for their study schedules.
The Death of Dead Week?
Lucy Miller, Writer • January 5, 2023

A whole semester is coming to a close here at Cathedral, and much like how the temperature has changed, administration has made a drastic change...

The TEDx Student Organizing Committee works tirelessly to plan the first TEDx event at Cathedral Catholic High School.
TED Talk it Out: CCHS Prepares for its First TEDx Community Event
Sarah Brown, Editor in Chief • December 16, 2022

Very few can brave the adventure of sharing their ideas onstage, but the Dons of Cathedral Catholic High School (CCHS) fearlessly took this challenge...

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