3 Spots now Open for Spring Mission Trip!

We have 3 spots open for the Spring Mission Trip. Did you know that Spring Mission Trip hours can count for the 2019-2020 Service Requirement? This is a great way for the Juniors to complete Senior hours now! However, students must have completed this year hours, prior to the trip, in order to use these hours for next year. We will depart on Saturday March 30th and return Saturday April 6th. We stay on John’s Island and will be volunteering at a local school, doing home repair projects, and community outreach. St Christopher’s, located at the tip of Seabrook Island, will…

Read More

Spring Mission Trip Reminders!

*There is a mandatory Parent/Student on Monday March 18th 6:30pm in the SLC. Parents and Students are required to attend this meeting.*Permission Packets are online or can be picked up in Mrs. Fox’s Office. All packets must be turned in by the meeting on March 18th.* All final payments must be turned in by March 18th. Mrs. Fox is emailing Final Invoices this week.* If your child sold Cookie Dough for the Spring Mission Trip, please remind them to pick their dough up after school on Tuesday, March 5th! 

Christian Service Deadline Quickly Approaching

All student service hours are due Monday April 29, 2019. We are approaching the time of year when students who have procrastinated, start to panic! Parents, you are our biggest allies in helping teach and grow your children in the Holy Cross Mission of Christian Service. Please help them understand that this is not only a Cathedral requirement, but will also full-fill a place in their lives and teach them things that books simply can’t. Shannon Fox is always willing and available to help students find a way to get a plan in place in order to get their service hours completed (her office is located…

Read More

Afflicted and Affected: Lives Impacted by Addiction

The Eastside Catholic Cohort will present a program on Drug Abuse. This is the third session from Archbishop Thompson’s, We Are One in Christ: A Pastoral Letter on Fundamentals of Christian Anthropology.  Afflicted and Affected: Lives Impacted by AddictionThursday, March 14, 20197 p.m.Holy Spirit Catholic Church7243 East 10th StreetIndianapolis, IN 46219 Addiction afflicts many, and affects even more. Join us for a lively discussion of what signs to look for in identifying substance abuse, and what to do in response to this difficult problem with a loved one. Information will be provided to help overcome the grips of addiction by…

Read More

Nurses Corner:

What if your child is at school and feels sick? Our students’ health and safety is very important to us! If your child is sick, please have them come to the nurse’s office. The nurse can assess ill students and if determine if they just need to rest a little, or if it is in their best interest to go home. Our nurse will call that parent to discuss how your child is feeling and determine if you should pick them up or if they are well enough to drive themselves home.  This procedure is helpful to help our nurse…

Read More

Teen Vaping/Juuling

Vaping has become an alarming trend among our teenagers today. It is highly addictive and markets to young people with flavors like tutti frutti, cotton candy and sour gummy worms. Many students believe that it is just like water and not bad for you. That is false! Vaping contains high levels of nicotine and is in fact a drug. Students who are caught vaping on school property or at a school function will face consequences that can be found in our student handbook. In effort to help educate parents on this epidemic e-cigarette, we ask that you take time to…

Read More

Indiana Tax Deduction for Dependents Enrolled in Private Schools

While Cathedral High School does not provide any advice regarding personal income tax requirements or filing, we do want to inform parents that IC 6-3-2-22 authorizes taxpayers to claim a $1,000 income tax deduction for each dependent who is enrolled in a private school or who is home schooled in grades K-12 and incurs costs for tuition, fees, computer software, textbooks or school supplies. To claim this credit, you will need to provide your accountant with the following information: Cathedral High School #C700 under the Archdiocese of Indianapolis #9200.

Brought to you by the IHSAA

FOUR THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE OUR NEXT GAME  Our players are high school kids, not paid professionals. The primary goal of our coaching staff is to teach, not win at all costs.  The officials may not be perfect, but they do their best. As an adult member of our school community, you are establishing an acceptable standard of behavior that others will follow. Thank you for your positive support during the athletic events at our high school. 

ISTEP Assessments

The state-mandated spring ISTEP+ assessments will be given on Feb. 26, Feb. 27, and Feb. 28 (extended time only on this date). On these school days, all sophomores will arrive by 7:50 a.m. and report to their assigned testing rooms.  School will start at 9:50 a.m. on February 26 and 28. Please note that because of longer English/language arts assessments, school will start at 10:20 a.m. on February 27 for students not taking ISTEP. ISTEP Part 2 will occur during late start days on April 24, April 25 and April 26. If your son or daughter is testing on these days, the school asks that you avoid…

Read More

2019-2020 Important Dates have been posted!

CLICK HERE FOR A PRINT OUT VIEW August7 – Freshman/new student orientation 8 – First Day of School September2 –  Labor Day – No School13 – Happy Birthday Cathedral! Day of Service14 – All School/Birthday Mass and Celebration October9 – Raffle Free Day10 – Fall Break11 – Fall Break November14 – Open House27- Thanksgiving Break 28 – Thanksgiving Break 29- Thanksgiving Break December16 – 19  – Finals December 20 – January 3 – Christmas Break January 6 – Return to School – ½ day, End of Semester 120 – Martin Luther King’s Day – No School February28 – Shamrauction Free…

Read More