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Congrats to the Class of 2022!

Congratulations to the Class of 2022! We are so proud of you and excited for your next journeys to college and beyond. If you would like to rewatch thee livestreamed events, please visit the Oregon SportsBeat page to view the recordings. 

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The senior all night party is hosted by parents of graduating seniors and the parent association of Central Catholic.

The location and event of the senior all night party are traditionally meant to be a secret for the graduate.

SANP will be held immediately following the graduation ceremony. Chartered buses will be waiting to take the graduates to the event from the graduation site. Due to the nature of the party, all night, graduates will not be allowed to drive themselves home from the event. A licensed driver must pick the graduate up the following morning at 3:30 AM when the party ends.

The registration fee is $150 per student. We want all graduates to attend and scholarships are available. If you need a scholarship, please contact Lupe Tellez in the business office at 503.235.3138 extension 1257 before you complete this form. If you have any questions please contact parentassociation@centralcatholichigh.org

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Seniors received their Jostens packet during their class meeting. Jostens is the required supplier for graduation cap, gown and tassels.

You have already paid for the cap, gown and tassel in your senior fee. However, even if you aren't purchasing anything extra from Jostens, you need to return the white “2022 Graduation Order Form” supplied from Jostens with the 'Basic Unit' checked and the student's height and weight for proper sizing. You only need to fill out the Orange “All in One”, the “Class Band,” and the ‘Class Jewelry” form if you want to purchase those items. In addition, EVERYONE needs to fill out the “Diploma Information” half sheet to ensure their name is correct on the diploma. Please note that the diploma is a legal document and should include the student’s legal name and not their nickname or preferred name.

Steps for completing the white “2022 Graduation Order Form”:

1. Complete the top portion with student / parent / school information

2. If you choose to purchase an optional announcement package, fill out part 2

3. Part 3 - You must complete the height and weight section regardless of which option you choose. This is required for all students to ensure the proper fit.

1. You will notice many of the packages list a "Status Tassel” or a “Stacked Tassel" option - these are special tassels that are an additional $16 charge.

2. If you just want what is covered with your Senior Fee, then the 'Basic Unit' should be checked that all you need is the cap/gown/regular tassel. Please fill out the height and weight too!

4. Section 4 is where you can order individual items, eg: thank you cards, t-shirt, etc.

5. Total your order. If all you are ordering is the 'Basic Unit' you DO NOT pay shipping.


Orders will be picked up on Tuesday, October 5th.

Time: During Lunch
Place: Weston Commons

Payment Choices if ordering additional items:

  • Pay $80.00 down payment
  • Pay in Full
  • Order now and pay in the spring of 2022
  • Checks payable to Jostens, cash, money orders or all major credit cards accepted
  • Failure to turn in your size verification order form for cap and gown will result in a $25 late fee charge payable to Jostens

***For more detailed information on upcoming dates and deadlines please refer to the Parents of Seniors Page.

Hello parents of the Class of 2022!

Baby ads for the yearbook are here! Please follow the directions below on how to purchase and design your ad.

Ads are $65 for a 1/4 page. You will design the ad yourself using a provided template on the following website. There are a few templates to choose from, so if you would like, you can include a senior portrait on the ad alongside a baby picture. Senior portraits are NOT used for the senior class photos. The baby ad is the ONLY place in the yearbook where your student's senior portrait will be included.

Baby ads are due by January 31, 2022.

1) CLICK HERE and type "Central Catholic" into the search bar. Choose Central Catholic in Portland, OR.
2) Click 2021-2022
3) Click "get started" under Create a Personal Ad and follow the directions on the page.
4) Please proofread your ad. We can not fix any typos, as the site will send us exactly what you have created. If you do not choose a background color for your ad, it will have a white background in the yearbook.

TIPS: Complete this process on a laptop or desktop computer, not a phone or tablet. Chrome and Firefox seem to work best. Please contact Jasmine Bush at jbush@centralcatholichigh.org if you need help or if you have any questions.


This year, the Class of 2022 will receive one yard sign. The option to order an additional yard sign is now closed.

Please email Michelle Ferroggiaro at mferroggi@gmail.com with questions.


Requirements for Participation

Participation in end-of-the-year graduation activities is contingent on several important factors:

  1. Successful completion of all required classes for graduation and Christian service requirement.

  2. Continuing respect for and cooperation with school regulations that apply to all students through graduation.

  3. Payment of all tuition and fees owed to the school and all borrowed technology returned


At this time, we do not intend to limit guests with tickets. Seating will be ample and safe in the open air at Hillsboro Stadium.

We will continue to monitor the latest state and county guidelines and will notify our families of any changes as soon as possible.

Deadline—May 11

All seniors should complete our online Graduation Survey by May 11. The survey allows seniors to share their plans for next year and lets us know where to send final transcripts. The survey can be found in Naviance Student at https://student.naviance.com/centralcatholic. Once students are logged in, they will find the survey under the “Important To-Dos and Tasks” section. The survey can only be accessed through the student's login.

All college admission decisions and scholarship offers should be included in this survey. Even if a student is not planning to accept them, please list everything so we can recognize senior accomplishments. Please include total scholarship amounts awarded not yearly amounts. Scholarship award names (not amounts) will be printed in the Commencement Program. Please contact collegecounselors@centralcatholichigh.org for assistance if needed. Please note: This is a different survey from the one used for the school newspaper.

Parking is plentiful at Hillsboro Stadium. You are free to park wherever you can. Maps for parking and seating will be provided prior to graduation.

For the safety of our graduates and their families, Hillsboro Stadium will have several safety policies that they will be enforcing at our Commencement. We will provide these reminders to you closer to graduation. Please review all forwarded documents from Hillsboro Stadium to avoid any last minute inconveniences.

Graduation events are formal and require students' attention to the nature of the celebration in how they dress.

Please do not wear t-shirts, shorts, jeans, flip-flops, or tennis shoes.

We recommend students represent themselves in a way that is appropriate and honors what we are celebrating. Please present the best version of yourself for each of these important milestone events.

Student behavior is expected to be respectful and attentive at all times during these events. Students should give honor to classmates by respecting the dignity and seriousness of these ceremonies in both action and appearance. The following are unacceptable: chewing gum, beach balls, confetti, silly string, bubbles, horns, messages on the top of mortarboards (caps), and sunglasses. Any actions that do damage to any venues or require extra cleanup expenses will be the responsibility of the families involved. Students who violate these expectations will not receive their diploma until such time as the added expenses are paid or the Administration deems appropriate.