Empowering Greatness

Vision for the Future

  • Students learning in the clasroom
    Construction of a new Innovation Center to house our prospering STEM and computer science courses
  • Continued development of athletic facilities at Brunette Park. In 2016, Cathedral High School acquired the former Little League Central Region Headquarters at 44th and Mitthoeffer that is now known as Brunette Park.
  • Renovating Kelly Hall to accommodate next-generation teaching and learning
  • Constructing more flexible learning spaces to encourage and inspire collaboration and innovation
  • Building an on-campus fieldhouse with three multipurpose gym floors
  • Creating a 400-seat chapel that will allow class worship and the ability to live out our Holy Cross values together
  • Expanding parking and improving ingress/egress

Committed to Our Mission

  • Providing a competitive compensation and professional development for our outstanding educators
  • Growing our endowment to sustain and enhance our programs and facilities
  • Strengthening Cathedral’s tuition assistance capacity



Transforming Our Students, Transforming Our Community

  • Exploring more service opportunities in the Brunette Park area
  • Underwriting more Service Learning projects to allow Cathedral to have an impact in our community and give students the opportunity to give back while learning about the needs of our neighbors
  • Creating stronger lifelong connections through enhanced interactions, including increased outreach to alumni, professional development, lunch-and-learn programs, internships, job shadowing and networking
  • Creating community leaders by increasing student involvement in civic programs and providing opportunities to take leadership roles, both in school and in the greater Indianapolis community

Basil Moreau, founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross, articulated the Holy Cross values that we are strongly committed to today. Primarily he envisioned a Catholic education for the whole child—mind, body and heart. He also believed that through this education students would be prepared for “better days to come.”