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Symphony Orchestra, String Orchestra Earn 1s, Highest Rating, at MSBOA District Festival

The Detroit Catholic Central High School Symphony Band and String Orchestra competed in the Michigan School Band & Orchestra Association's District Festival on March 9 at Thurston High School. 

Symphony Band performed Randall D. Standridge's "Impact", E.E. Bagley/ed. Schissel's Emblem March, and Schubert's Ave Maria, earning straight I's from all three judges, in addition to sight reading. String Orchestra received an overall rating of I, performing a concerto grosso, suite for strings, and Richard Meyer's "Mantras". 

"The process has been a combination of a learning opportunity and a great deal of fun," said Music Director Mr. Logan Bonathan '07. "The boys have really worked their hardest to practice the music and have advanced themselves as individual musicians and an ensemble." 

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Three Students Receive Award of Merit For Spectrum Newspaper

The Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA) presented three members of the Spectrum Newspaper - Dominic Apap ‘24, Oliver Kammeraad ‘24, and David Kibbey ‘24 - with an Award of Merit for their excellent work during the 2023-2024 school year. 

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  • Activities
Language Department Students Travel To Spain

A group of 34 students at Catholic Central enjoyed part of their summer vacation by taking a trip overseas to Spain. The optional trip was offered by the language department for students taking Spanish.

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  • Alumni
Jerry Stocking ‘43: 98 Years of Living Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge

Jerry Stocking ‘43, age 98, attended Catholic Central’s Legacy Reunion for graduates 50 years or more removed. We were able to sit down with Jerry and talk about what it was like to attend Catholic Central High School over 80 years ago. He shared some of his favorite memories with us, including what daily life was like as a Shamrock in the ‘40’s. 

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CC Alumni Hosts Construction Field Trip For Current Students

On Friday, June 14, 2024, Mike Smiley ‘96, Group Vice President of Preconstruction for Walbridge, took a group of current students out to lunch at Zingerman’s Roadhouse in Ann Arbor to teach them about career opportunities in the construction industry. 

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