Cathedral High School is excited to announce the hiring of our new girls varsity volleyball coach, Mary Hemer. Hemer is no stranger to Cathedral. She graduated from Cathedral in 2009, and was a member of the Cathedral volleyball state championship teams in 2006 and 2008. Hemer received a volleyball scholarship to the University of Wisconsin where she played three positions and was co-captain her senior year. In her fifth year at Wisconsin, Hemer was a student volunteer coach. She now serves as a school Counselor at Cathedral High School “I have been around volleyball for 15 years,” says Hemer. “Being named…
Parents, please have a conversation with your student(s) in regards to their Service hours. Christian Service Applications for Agency approval were due in September. We have several students that still need to submit their application! We are now halfway through the year, so your student should have a plan in place and hopefully, hours started. Service Hours for ALL students are DUE April 29th, 2019. All Instructions for submitting the Application and downloading the Mobileserve APP on the student’s phone to record hours can be found on the Christian Service webpage under the Forms & Info webpage. Questions? Feel free…
Tuesday, December 18th 7:50-7:55 Prayer and Pledge 7:55-8:00 Student/Teacher Time 8:00-9:30 Alpha Period Exam 9:30-9:40 Passing Period 9:40-9:45 Student/Teacher Time 9:45-11:15 A Period Exam Wednesday, December 19th 7:50-7:55 Prayer and Pledge 7:55-8:00 Student/Teacher Time 8:00-9:30 B Period Exam 9:30-9:40 Passing Period 9:40-9:45 Student/Teacher Time 9:45-11:15 C Period Exam Thursday, December 20th 7:50-7:55 Prayer and Pledge 7:55-8:00 Student/Teacher Time 8:00-9:30 D Period Exam 9:30-9:40 Passing Period 9:40-9:45 Student/Teacher Time 9:45-11:15 E Period Exam Friday, December 21st 7:50-7:55 Prayer and Pledge 7:55-8:00 Student/Teacher Time 8:00-9:30 F Period Exam 9:30-9:40 Passing Period 9:40-9:45 Student/Teacher Time 9:45-11:15 G Period Exam
Please see 2018-2019 list view for important dates. For more detailed information, please check the school calendar listed on our website.
Mark your calendar and Save the Date for our annual Holiday Shopping Open House: Saturday, December 1st, 9 am – Noon. Stop in for great gift ideas, discounts on selected items, raffle, treats and Irish holiday spirit! Special holiday hours include: Saturday 12/8 9 a.m. – Noon Saturday 12/15 9 a.m. – Noon Monday 12/17 7:30 am – 6 pm Final Exam Days 12/18 – 12/21 7:30 am – Noon. The Spirit Shop will be CLOSED 12/22 – 1/7. Make it a Cathedral Christmas! SHOP IRISH!
The Cathedral Mothers Club Board is hosting its annual holiday gathering for ALL Cathedral moms on Wednesday, Dec. 5 from 6-9 p.m. at the home of board member Ashley Vukovits (10583 Geist Ridge Court, Fishers, IN). Join us for a casual evening of fellowship and holiday cheer. There is no cost and you don’t have to be a Mothers’ Club member to attend. So come and bring a friend! We’ll provide some holiday snacks/beverages; please bring an appetizer or dessert to share. If you think you might make it, let us know on our Facebook Events Page so we can…
Looking for ladies who lunch (or brunch!)! The Cathedral Mothers Club is seeking volunteers for our annual Faculty/Staff Holiday Lunch. Help is needed with decorating/set up, during the brunch and clean up after. Time commitment: 1 – 3 hours depending on position. You don’t have to be a member to volunteer. To sign up or for more details SEE THE SIGNUP GENIUS HERE. Help us make this the best holiday appreciation lunch for Cathedral’s amazing teachers and administration.
Some students will be retesting ISTEP Math and/or English. ISTEP Math will take place on on Wednesday, November 28th, and Friday, November 30th. ISTEP ELA testing will take place on Tuesday, December 4th, and Wednesday, December 5th. Parents of students who are testing should have received an email from Erin Bethuram. Please email Erin Bethuram at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Attention parents of all student-athletes who are interested in competing in college-level sports. If your child is a prospective NCAA student-athlete he/she must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse and meet appropriate eligibility requirements to participate in college-level athletics. You and your student are encouraged to check out the Cathedral College Counseling Website for helpful information including how to register.
DON’T BE “THAT PERSON” You know who we’re talking about. The person who is always complaining about the coach, yelling at the ref and taunting fans from the other team. The purpose of high school sports is to provide the best possible learning environment for the teenagers in our community. The goal is to teach values and build character, not win at all costs. Thank you for being the person who makes sporting events at our high school a positive, enjoyable experience for everyone.