News and Events
During his visit, Judge Hardiman discussed his career path and fielded questions from students.
Our students are what make Central Catholic special. Learn more about them in our "Student Spotlight" series.
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, 48 freshmen in Ms. Cassie Sirockman-Bell's Biology I courses traveled to Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Biological Sciences to conduct an experiment as part of an educational outreach program.
We thank our faculty and staff who have served. Central Catholic is home to five Veterans, who represent four out of five military branches.
This interview originally appeared in the October 2017 issue of the Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry newsletter.
The Sproule Family spans four generations, and includes ten men, beginning with Bill Sproule's father, Mr. Frank Sproule, who was a member of Central's original graduating class of 1931.
All proceeds go directly back to student activities.
We caught up with Luke Roetter, '17, before he departed for U.S. Marine Corps. infantry school in Camp Lejune, N.C.
Join the Mothers' Guild on Sunday, Nov. 12 at the Twentieth Century Club in Oakland.
Meet this year's Commended Scholars.
More than 200 high-achieving members of the Class of 2020, 2019 and 2018 were recognized at the annual Honors Convocation held on Oct, 11, 2017.
On Friday, Oct. 6, the Class of 1982 presented Brother Anthony Baginski, FSC, Principal, with a class gift of $65,000 for the newly-created Central Catholic Leadership Fund.
Students and parents can now apply online.
Students received guidance on how to navigate difficult issues.
Spots are filling up! Register your eighth grader for our October 13 admissions event.
The award is given by the Diocesan Bishop to laymen and laywomen and to consecrated women and men who demonstrate the presence of Jesus in their lives and have provided exceptional service.
The day serves as a way to introduce freshmen to the Lasallian Charism.
Students selected out of an initial applicant pool of 1.6 million.
Ms. Chelby Collins teaches Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 and Walter Nogay teaches Physics level 2 and 3.
Grand prize winner will take home $10,000