The Catholic Central Irish recently had a STEM/Critical Thinking Day which began with a prayer service. During the service, students sat with their Faith Families. The mission of Faith Families is for students to develop a closer relationship with God and to strengthen their Catholic community spirit at Catholic Central
Alex Sullivan, 18, graduated May 26, but after more than a decade at Catholic Central, the new graduate will always be part of the Irish. Alex, daughter of James and Kim Sullivan, is headed to Bowling Green State University next year, but since pre-school she has been at Catholic Central.
Official Release Archdiocese of Cincinnati Karen Juliano, Ph.D., has been named Principal/CEO of Catholic Central School in Springfield, effective July 1. The Most Rev. Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop of Cincinnati, made the appointment following a national search and the affirmation of the Principal Search Committee. Juliano is lifelong Catholic educator
Staff Report As far as The Catholic Telegraph staff can tell, this newspaper never had a traditional sports page. Still, the schedules, standings, awards and related happenings involving area Catholics and sports often found their way into the pages. Today’s Throwback Thursday is from a late-August edition in 1967. Back
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Nearly 300 people turned out on Aug. 14 to usher in a new era of education at Catholic Central High School in Springfield with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the newly constructed high school building. Principal and CEO of Catholic Central School
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Students at Catholic Central High School have been attending class in the same building for nearly 60 years. Starting with the 2014-2015 school year, they’ll have some new scenery. The main campus of Catholic Central School includes the junior high and high school. It
Press Release Peter Dunlap, Dean of Student Life at St. Albert the Great School in Kettering, has been named Principal/CEO of Catholic Central High School in Springfield, effective July 1. This appointment was made by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr following a national search and the affirmation of the Principal Search
From the May 2013 print edition of The Catholic Telegraph By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Private schools in Ohio, including the 90 or so Catholic high schools, will not be segregated into a separate athletic division — at least not this year. Many Catholic Ohioans interested in high