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On Saturday, September 23, the Detroit Red Wings Alumni will face off against the Detroit Catholic Central Alumni in a charity hockey game to raise funds for the Whaley Children’s Center. The event has been organized by CC senior Matthew Kuzner, class of '24.
Catholic Central is incredibly proud to announce the names of our 2023-2024 National Merit Semifinalists!
Detroit Catholic Central High School Hosts Successful Fundraiser Event in Partnership with Pure Barre for the Kiefer Foundation
Detroit Catholic Central High School, in collaboration with Pure Barre Novi, is proud to announce the success of their first annual fundraising event held on August 19th in support of the Kiefer Foundation. With over 100 enthusiastic attendees and the generous contributions of community sponsors, the event raised an impressive $2,500.
This summer, Latin students from Mr. Cornish's classes traveled to Europe as part of a cultural immersion opportunity.
Dr. Donald E. Jablonski '61, DO, FAODME, FACOFP, was recently honored with the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contributions to the field of osteopathic family medicine.
Among the 140 member senior class - the Class of 1951 - was an ambitious graduate named Harold Lloyd Brock. Harold matriculated to CC from the east side of Detroit where he attended St. John Berchmans school and parish. Harold loved his time at CC and cherished his experience. He was an active student who participated in the French Club, the school Drama Program including the production of Detective Story his senior year, the Monogram Club, and Football.
Loyalty: this virtue has been the guiding force in Isaac Hester’s life.
Brennan Smith ’27 is the fourth generation of the Smith family to enroll at Catholic Central, and younger brother Kellan is only a few years behind him! We asked Craig ’67, Brian ’94, Brennan ’27, and Kellan (hopeful ’30) a few questions on their CC experience. Be sure to scan the QR code to view their full responses!
After two decades of unwavering commitment, Athletics Coordinator Nancy Johnson is bidding farewell to CC. Johnson played an integral role in the success of athletics, assisting an astounding 37 state championship-winning teams. Her unwavering commitment and tireless efforts behind the scenes have been instrumental in nurturing a culture of excellence and fostering a spirit of sportsmanship among the athletic department.
As the bustling heart of a community, businesses often become synonymous with the spirit and values of the people they serve. Orin Jewelers, a name that resonates with elegance and trust, has been a cornerstone of the community for several decades.
Meet the new Alumni Executive Board as they share on what Catholic Central means to them.
In its 38th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, Gatorade announced Kyle Pierson ‘23 as Gatorade Michigan Boys Soccer Player of the Year for the 2022-23 season. This recognition marks not only Pierson's exceptional athletic prowess, but also his academic achievements and exemplary character, both on and off the field.
Tony Magni to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Detroit High School Sports Awards show (opens in new window/tab)
Detroit Free Press featured Coach Magni on receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award June 20, 2023, 7 PM at the Fillmore.
The Indiana Robotics Invitational s a prestigious invitation only competition where the best teams from around the world are invited to compete over the summer on the 2023 Charged Up! competition. The Shambots made the cut of a select invite list out of over 100 team applications. Part of the team will travel to Lafayette, IN July 6-8 to compete.
Varsity Academic Team competed against 304 schools in Atlanta, GA at the NAQT High School National Championship Tournament May 26 and May 27. The Varsity A team finished the preliminary games with a 7-3 record and qualified for the double-elimination playoffs. After losing in the opening round in the playoffs, the team rallied to win five consecutive games, including a win over #6 ranked Kinkaid (TX) to take 8th in the country. The team consisted of senior captain Will Carstens, who was named one of the tournament all-stars, and sophomores Nick Murray, Jacob Barta, and Ben Yancey.
[Detroit Free Press] Neal Rubin: Detroit Catholic Central quiz bowl is 1 of high school's most awarded teams (opens in new window/tab)
Read the recent academic team coverage by Neal Rubin of the Detroit Free Press.
Congratulations to the remarkable Detroit Catholic Central High School Class of 2023 on a triumphant 95th Commencement!
Detroit Catholic Central High School celebrates the top 10 scholars from the Class of 2023, by GPA, for exemplifying academic excellence, leadership, and dedication throughout their high school journey. Congratulations to our outstanding scholars
On Thursday, May 11, 2023, Detroit Catholic Central recognized the academic excellence of over 450 students at the annual Academic Awards Banquet.
Watch to learn about the DCC Lacrosse program through the lens of Basil Bowl, a competition between CC and one of its Basilian brother schools, St. Michaels College School in Toronto.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we interviewed our faculty member who has been at Catholic Central the longest - Counselor Mr. Alan Barker
The Detroit Catholic Central Annual Art Show showcased artwork from all levels of the art program during Fine Arts Week
Drama Club presented its production of Larry Shue’s outrageous comedy, The Nerd, in celebration of Fine Arts Week April 28 and April 29.
Goodness, discipline, and knowledge. Believe it or not (and I hope you DO believe it), I legitimately say these words on a monthly basis in meetings. These three values were ingrained in me at CC, and I cite the presence of these core values to most of the success I achieve. For as incredible as CC was to ready me for the rigors of college and beyond academically, I am so lucky to have gone to a high school where I was prepared to tackle the world with goodness, discipline, and knowledge as part of my being.
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.