Message about Clubs & Activities...
Note from the Vice Principal of Student Affairs:
Co-curricular activities are an important part of the holistic education that Cathedral High School provides to her students. Participation in activities outside of the classroom setting gives students opportunities to develop leadership skills, make new friends, serve others, and be more physically fit.
Nearly every student at Cathedral has participated in at least one co-curricular activity (usually many more) by the time he or she graduates. Percentage of participation is extremely high because Cathedral offers over 50 clubs in which to participate, moderators who truly care about students and enjoy spending time with them outside of school hours, and a philosophy that allows students to create and lead their own initiatives. Cathedral encourages all of her students to participate in at least one activity, but also to be careful not to commit to too many activities at one time so that they can fully participate in each one.
If you have any questions about co-curricular activities in general, please contact Anthony Ernst, our Director of Student Activities, at email@example.com or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. All club-specific questions should be directed to the club moderators. Their information can be found by clicking the links below.
Note from the Director of Student Activities:
Welcome to Cathedral’s Student Life Activities Guide! Student Life at Cathedral High School is organized to provide the Cathedral community with a vast array of opportunities and experiences. The groups are designed to not only allow for personal enjoyment, but also to provide enrichment and social development for our students.
Below you will find a list of all of