Frequently Asked Questions
The Student Handbook provides information about the Central Catholic dress code. CLICK HERE to view the handbook.
Due to varying course requirements, we recommend that you have the following supplies:
- Spiral Notebooks
- 2 Pocket Folders
- TI-84 Calculator or equivalent
CLICK HERE for the basic at-home art materials list for Art I–IV and AP courses.
You may also check the course syllabus for more details.
Students may bring laptops to class. In most cases, they will not be accessible during testing. Students should secure laptops in their lockers when not in use.
Some possible options are to attend Parent Association Meetings or to volunteer in the library, Development Office, or for Co-curricular activities. CLICK HERE to see a list of volunteer opportunities.
Student Life day will typically place on a Wednesday. There will be at least two Student Life Days a month. On these days, Campus Ministry, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Christian Service, and Student Activities will have a variety of offerings that you may attend. These will change weekly and will be updated on the Utility Homepage. Offerings can range from reflection groups to club meetings or even grade-level meetings. If you have more questions, please email email@example.com.
Freshmen through Juniors should adhere to the regular dress code. Seniors must wear liturgy dress during the time that pictures are being taken, but can change back to regular clothes once pictures are over.
If there is an emergency during school hours (natural disaster or otherwise), how can I reach my student?
In the event of an emergency, the Emergency Response Team will send out information through the media via FlashNews, send a text to your approved cell phone number, and post on the school’s website.
TI-84 or equivalent.
- Participation in a school Mass is an opportunity for students to experience God in their lives, regardless of their religious preference.
- Freshmen are taken through a step-by-step guide to the Catholic Mass prior to the first all school mass in September. Transfer students will receive detailed information in their religion classes regarding what to expect as well as expected behavior at Catholic Masses.
- At all liturgical events, students are expected to behave in a respectful and reverential way. During communion, those students who chose not to receive will simply place their right hand over their heart to receive a blessing.
Expectations are outlined in the Student Handbook under the dress code section.
CLICK HERE to view the Student Handbook.
Parents/students manage their carpool situation. A student directory is available in the fall. Parents and students can identify other families who live in the same area and contact them to make carpool arrangements. A list of families who would like to carpool is also available from the Admissions Office.
Teachers share the course syllabus with their students at the beginning of the semester. Our teachers are also accessible by e-mail and through Canvas.
students4students is one of Central Catholic's important annual fundraisers. Every year, students raise money to help cover tuition costs of the 50% of students who receive financial assistance. CLICK HERE to read more about students4students.
Central Catholic is required to share our immunization and exemption rates for each vaccine required for school attendance. CLICK HERE to see how many students at our school are vaccinated and CLICK HERE for Multnomah County records.
HAGA CLIC AQUI para ver las tarifas de inmunización y exempción de Central Catholic.