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Finance club members attended the Detroit Economic Club's annual Auto Show Luncheon, hosted by CEO of Delta Airlines
This spring, 22 Catholic Central students won the Global Seal of Biliteracy based on AP Spanish exam achievements. The Global Seal of Biliteracy is an international credential awarded to individuals displaying proficiency with language skills in two or more languages.
“Confidence is Key:” William Patterson ’26 Uses Power of Positivity to Change His Life and Inspire Others
Freshman William Drake Patterson says believing in yourself and having confidence in your ability is critical to achieving success. This powerful statement was delivered to more than 1,000 students from across the Midwest earlier this summer at the Jack and Jill of America Mid-Western Region Teen Conference.
Mrs. McSweeney comes to us with an extensive background in education and in parochial school admissions.
When Rebecca Mulrooney began her career as an engineer, she had no idea it would lead her to teaching high school, but Mrs. Mulrooney says that she has never felt more purpose in what she does.
Matthew Doneth '12 is on the forefront of changing the narrative for those who stutter.
Spotlight on Fine Arts Teacher Jennifer Teed and an inside look at the student media team, Shamrock United Network
The Detroit Catholic Central Academic Team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia May 27, emerging victorious as the national champions at the High School National Championship Tournament (HSNCT) of the National Academic Quiz Tournaments (NAQT). The win secures the program’s fifth national championship win and first HSNCT Championship win since 2001.
Registration for 2022 youth summer camps now open
Detroit Catholic Central recognizes the academic excellence of our top 10 students from the Class of 2022.
Students host field day for 90 elementary students at the Academy of the Americas, a bilingual public school in Southwest Detroit
Spotlight on Colin Harris ‘22, the brains behind the 2022 DRIVE video games and app development
Catholic Central DECA finished second in the nation for the DECA MDA National Fundraising Challenge, competing against approximately 3,200 high schools. Additionally, the three-man sophomore team, J-Cubed, finished third in the Virtual Business Entrepreneurship event.
It’s More than School Spirit: Antonio Biggs ’22 Attended 561 Varsity Events - What he Learned Through it All
Antonio Biggs ’22 has attended 561 Catholic Central varsity sports events, a record (unofficially) that he holds (as far as anyone knows). As Biggs nears graduation, he feels that he could not have spent the last four years in a better way.
Roshi Turner '25 invited by USA Swimming to take part in National Diversity Select Camp at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO.
Bronze medal-winning Olympian, US Amateur Open Champion, and eight-time state championship winning wrestling coach to receive league’s highest honor.
Pulitzer Prize winner Bryan Gruley ‘75 returned to Catholic Central April 12 to speak with current students interested in writing and journalism as part of Catholic Central’s DRIVE Development Day series.
Founder of BD’s Mongolian Barbeque and Grill and CC Alumnus Billy Downs III ‘84 spoke to students interested in entrepreneurship on April 5 as a part of CC’s Career Conferences series.
Andrew Kil '23 heads to the American Legion High School Oratorical National Competition for a chance to take home the first-place scholarship prize of $25,000.
Seniors involved in campus ministry broke Focus: Hope's record for the most food boxes packed by a volunteer, filling up 30 pallets, which equates to 1,650 boxes of food and lives impacted.
Catholic Central is proud to introduce the George & Mary Turek Hall of Science, which will house CC's STEM curriculum and programs. Construction is underway, with the goal of opening for students in January of 2024.
Catholic Central completed a $1 million upgrade to the school’s Learning Strategies Center and Media Center in 2021. The renovations provide students with increased space for collaborative learning and continues the overall effort to provide state-of-the-art facilities for the school’s more than 900 students.
Catholic Central made renovations to its main entrance in the 2020-2021 school year, making safety improvements and providing a 'new face' to the campus.