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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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Shamrocks Celebrate Back-to-Back MHSAA D1 State Championships With Assembly

Today, Catholic Central celebrated the wrestling team’s 41-12 victory over the Hartland Eagles and subsequent back-to-back MHSAA D1 State Championship with a spirit day and school-wide assembly. It was the sixth title in the last eight years for the Shamrocks and the 10th state championship since 2010. 

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Fundraiser Basketball Game Held In Memory Of Jack Swamba ‘22

On Friday, December 29, 2023, a basketball fundraising game was held in honor of Jack Swamba ’22 at St. Edith Parish in Livonia. The game was a tribute to Jack Swamba’s tremendous spirit and character during his 19 years of life. Admission to the event was made possible by donating to the Jack Swamba ROTC Memorial Scholarship in his honor.

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OCIT Students Take Next Step In Their Faith Journey

Students in the Order of Christian Initiation of Teenagers (OCIT) program attended the Cathedral in Detroit for the Rite of Election, which marks the last major milestone in the journey for students before the reception of their sacraments at the end of the school year. They were recognized by Archbishop Vigneron alongside members from every parish in the Archdiocese who are also preparing to receive their sacraments. 

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