Monsignor Tim Murphy to receive Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Award
Central Catholic High School is honored to announce that President Emeritus Monsignor Timothy Murphy ‘58 has been selected to receive a Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Award from the National Catholic Educational Association.
Principal John Garrow '76 Announces Retirement
After ten years of dedicated service as Central Catholic High School’s Principal, John Garrow ‘76 has announced that he will retire at the end of the school year.
Person For Others: Daniel Woods
Please join in congratulating this week's Person For Others, freshman Daniel Woods.
2019 Scholastic Art Awards Announced
It was a big year for Central Catholic students in the regional Scholastic Art Awards.
Rams help resettle refugee family in Portland
Central Catholic’s Rams for Life club spearheaded this labor of love to resettle a refugee family in Portland. The Clubs mission is to celebrate and support human life, especially the most vulnerable in our society. The group hopes to inspire in the Central Catholic community an even deeper sense of being made in God's image.
Thank you for supporting Students4Students!
The Office of Advancement offers a sincere "Thank you!" to the many students, alumni, and current and past parents who supported this year's Students4Students Fundraiser, which concluded on January 9.
Persons for Others: Neal Maxwell and Awar Meman
Please join in congratulating our new People for Others, senior Awar Meman and junior Neal Maxwell.
New Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the newest member of the Advancement office team, Sara Wright.
Person for Others: George Laber
Please join us in congratulating this week's Person For Others, Junior George Laber.
Persons for Others: Sam Szekely and Silas Dermer
Central Catholic, please join in congratulating our new Persons for Others, freshmen Sam Szekely and Silas Dermer.
Person for Others: Justin Huynh
Please join us in congratulating our new Person For Others, Junior Justin Huynh.
Students selected for All-State and All-Northwest Wind Ensemble
This year, Central Catholic is sending two students to the Oregon Music Education Association All-State and All-Northwest wind ensembles.
Oh, the places you'll go!
At Central Catholic, we want to help students develop their interests and passions so that they can go off to great places. Our alums are high fliers. We want to introduce you to two who are soaring to high heights.
Persons for Others: Nate Trevino and Alyssa Koberstein
Central Catholic, please join in congratulating our two People for Others, Junior Nate Trevino and Senior Alyssa Koberstein.
Person for Others: Paige Cooper
Please join us in congratulating this week's Person For Others, senior, Paige Cooper.
Person for Others: Andrew Elmore
Central Catholic, please join in congratulating this week's Person For Others, Junior Andrew Elmore.
Rams like you: Ella Ferrero '22
Meet two of our Rams: Freshman, Ella Ferrero and her mom, Jen Ferrero.
Person for Others: Hannah Cooper
Central Catholic, please join in congratulating our new Person For Others, sophomore Hannah Cooper.
Person for Others: Isabel Petruzelli
Central Catholic, please join in congratulating this week's Person For Other's: junior Isabel Petruzelli.
Person for Others: Joe Nizich
Central Catholic, please join in congratulating this week's Person For Others, junior Joe Nizich.
The Adventures of Flat Father Murphy
It was a busy weekend for Flat Father Murphy as he headed to Seattle for the football vs. Eastside Catholic game!
School year theme of Catholic social teaching
This year, the school will focus on the theme of Catholic social teaching.
New VP of Advancement Hired
ELEANOR DIR NAMED NEW VICE PRESIDENT OF ADVANCEMENT AT CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
A Lasting Legacy
We sat down to talk with Colette and her son Steve ‘73 about the lasting legacy their family has created at Central Catholic to honor Kevin.
Remembering Monsignor Arthur Dernbach
Central Catholic recently said goodbye to an alum, priest, teacher, and principal whose legacy will live on in our hallways for years to come.
Alumni Profile: Nick Stokes '05
Nick Stokes ’05 is a skilled artist, employed full-time as an art director at the esteemed Wieden+Kennedy advertising agency in Portland and still finds the time to execute his craft as a freelance illustrator and designer.
Person for Others: Brianna Perkins
Please join us in congratulating our new Person For Others, sophomore Brianna Perkins.
Senior Awards Photos
For the past four years, our seniors have committed their time, energy, and talents to becoming a graduate of Central Catholic.
2018-19 Important Dates
Looking ahead to the 2018-19 school year, here are a few important dates to add to your calendar.
Person for Others: Sydney Caleen
Join us in congratulating this week's Person For Others, senior Sydney Caleen.
Person for Others: Rickey White
Please join in congratulating this week's Person For Others, Senior Rickey White.
Faculty Profile: Sister Grace Marie Horan
Not a “cookie-cutter nun”, the newest member to our Theology department, Sister Grace Marie Horan, talked with us about her journey to entering religious life and shared some advice to those discerning their vocational call.
Person for Others: Clyde Bell
Our new Person for Others was nominated by a teacher who so much appreciated this student's outgoing nature and willingness to drop everything and help her with a project.
Alumni Profile: Andrea (Lieberg) Bemis '02
Catch up with alum, Andrea Bemis ’02 as she dishes up the dirt on life at her Hood River farm and how she went from blogger to cookbook author.
Person for Others: Neil Toyooka
This week's Person For Others was nominated by a teacher who very much appreciated this student's quick actions and helpfulness after an unfortunate spill.
Students spend spring break in Japan
During spring break, photography teacher Todd Arnold and twelve of our students had the opportunity to travel to Japan. The group was excited to engage in a new culture, landscape, and artistic tradition.
2018 International Days
It's International Days on campus this week. Today students had the opportunity to listen to a great line-up of speakers.
Aric Ward to receive an Inspirational Teacher Award
Aric Ward to receive an Inspirational Teacher Award from Eastern Oregon University
ASL Program Update
Last fall, students in the American Sign Language (ASL) program raised funds to upholster a chair used by the Catholic Deaf Community at St. Peters Catholic Church.
2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Announced
It was a fantastic year for Central Catholic students who entered the regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Ceramics II Set Projects
We talked with Ceramics teacher Jared Jaffe about his Ceramics II student’s work on a class favorite assignment: the “set” project.
Constitution Team earns third at State Competition
Congratulations to the Central Catholic Constitution Team who earned third place in the We the People State Competition.
Christian Service Fall Deadline
The deadline for students to complete their Fall Hours of Christian Service is approaching!
Constitution Team Finishes Second in Regional Competition
Students on the Central Catholic Constitution Team will once again advance to the We the People State Competition following a very strong second place finish in their division.
Democracy In Action 2017
Democracy In Action provides a meaningful, authentic learning experience about what it means to be active, engaged citizens.
Practice Digital Learning Day - Nov. 22
In anticipation of winter and potential inclement weather, the Faculty and Administration at Central Catholic are now re-scheduling November 22 as a Digital Learning Practice Day.
Central Catholic hosted over 140 seventh and eighth grade students from fifteen different schools in the greater Portland metro area on Saturday, November 18 for the school’s annual MathFest.
Robotics Team Update
On Friday, November 17, the Robotics Team participated in their second tournament of the year!
Parent Association Grants Awarded
Parents Association is proud to award grants to faculty, staff, and student clubs to enrich the student learning experience at Central Catholic during the 2017-2018 academic year.
Students Recognized in National Art Competition
Congratulations to two of our students who were nationally recognized by the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Student Art Featured at Case Study Coffee
Though out the rest of the month, student work will be on display at Case Study Coffee on Sandy Blvd. The digital art focuses on themes of social justic and self-awareness.
Fall Sports Highly Ranked
Central Catholic is excited to announce that two of our fall sports teams have gained national recognition. Volleyball is ranked ninth in the region and boys’ soccer has risen to fifteenth in the nation! They are third and first in the state, respectively.
Baseball and Softball Season Highlights
Playoffs have finally come for our baseball and softball teams! To get to this point, both teams have shown hard work hard and determination throughout the year.
Tucker Scroggins '19 Sweeps Alpine Ski Championships
The Central Catholic boys' team which includes Tucker Scroggins and freshmen Jackson Currier and Dylan Dernbach took second overall at the Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association (OISRA) Alpine Ski Championships!
National Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony
Central Catholic honored student athletes with a National Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony.
Swim Team Finds Success with New Coach
The Central Catholic Swim team has had a recent surge of success! Both the girls and boys had strong wins against Reynolds and the girls team cruised past Centennial with the boys team falling short by only 7 points, a margin the team is confident can be overcome in the district meet. Our head coach, Lauren Nelson, had this to say:
Black Girl In Suburbia Documentary Screening
Black Girl In Suburbia is a 55 minute feature documentary that looks into the experiences of black girls growing up in predominately White communities.
Courageous Conversations with our Community
Students are encouraged to join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for a Courageous Conversation in the New Gym during lunch on Thursday. Come dialogue in a safe and respectful environment. The topic will be “the intersection of sports and justice”.
Students Attend Asian American Summit
Over a dozen Central Catholic students made the trip north to take part in the 2017 Asian American Summit hosted by Seattle Prep High School.
Students Meet Writer and Social Activist, Kevin Powell
On Tuesday, February 7, students from Central Catholic visited Portland Community College to hear noted writer, poet, and social activist Kevin Powell.