For more than a century, the Basilian Fathers have taught young men Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge.
In 1928, they established a school for young men called The Catholic Central High School of Detroit.
Since then, the Shamrocks have gone on to develop a reputation of excellence. The defining characteristic of a Catholic Central education is its dedication to the development of young men of exceptional character.
The culture of Brotherhood echoes the principles found in the school motto of "Teach me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge." It takes a concentrated effort to develop an environment that shapes young men's lives.
This program will introduce students to the ideals to which men of Catholic Central aspire, and to what makes a man of Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge...
A man of Catholic Central.
The Catholic Central GDK Program was launched in 2019 to give our students the opportunity to engage with some larger life questions in a dedicated space at school, with a student group made up of all different grade levels and activities represented. The mission of the GDK Program is to help our students grow in Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge. Specifically, we focus on the tenets of Faith, Honor, Compassion, Humility, Character, Determination, Scholarship, Collaboration, and Culture and how they play into everyday life.