Nominate an outstanding Cathedral family member for the Circle of Excellence!

The Cathedral Circle of Excellence honors those select persons who have perpetuated the good name of Cathedral High School by exhibiting Holy Cross values in making their significant, substantial and long-standing contribution to Cathedral or to their city, state, country or global community.

A person can be nominated in the following categories:

  1.  Alumni: accomplishments made as a student: 5 years after graduation
  2.  Alumni:  accomplishments made post graduation: 10 years after graduation
  3.  Faculty, Staff, Administrators or Coaches: 10 years of service or five years after employment end
  4.  Community: 15 years of service/association with the school

All candidates are judged on their significant and/or long-term contributions to Cathedral High School. While many in our community have served their state and local programs over a long and distinguished career, their accomplishments must have been illustrious, distinguishable, exemplary or profound for them to be considered. Longevity, without meaningful impact, does not constitute appropriate credentials for Circle of Excellence consideration.

Nominations must include the nomination form and two letters of recommendation (one of which can be written by the nominator).

Nominations for the class of 2021 has closed. Nominations for 2022 will open in the fall/winter of 2021.

 

Alumni

Accomplishments made as a student
 
Alumni who had an illustrious career in academics, athletics or extracurricular activities at Cathedral High School.
 
 
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Alumni

Accomplishments made post graduation
 
Alumni who have made a difference through distinguishable professional, personal or community contributions after graduation.
 
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Employee

Faculty, staff, administrator or coach
 

A faculty, staff, administrator or coach who has served his/her students in exemplary fashion.

 
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Community

 
 
A Community member who has profoundly impacted the lives of students at Cathedral High School.
 
 
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