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He is one of 20 Honorable Mentions out of 1,494 nationwide entries.
13 students traveled to Seven Springs to volunteer at the games.
Nearly 50 students and several chaperones joined the "Love Saves Live" march.
Students learn about careers, sustainability methods and ways to promote positive environmental change.
Central Catholic will host a Winter Formal exclusively for freshmen and sophomores on Saturday, Feb. 24.
Winnings include 10 first place trophies.
Dr. Anthony DiGioia, '75, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Medical Director at the Bone and Joint Center and Innovation Center at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, recently released released a new book, The Patient Centered Value System: Transforming Healthcare through Co-Design.
Nathan Vislosky, '17, a freshman chemical engineering major at Penn State University, was recently awarded a $5,000 Scholarship by BP Oil, in addition to a $500 scholarship as a part of the BP STEP (Shaping Talent, Energy and Potential) Program.
James will study in the music department at University College, Cork, Ireland beginning in September 2018.
More than half of the Class of 2021 achieved Honor Roll in their first quarter at Central Catholic.
Learn more about the eligibility requirements.
Listen to the 2017 Lasallian Society Reception concert, held Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 in the Brothers' Chapel.
In addition to daily school hours from 7:30 - 8 a.m. and 2:30 - 3 p.m., the book store will have special holiday hours.
Eric Charity, '06, recently passed the bar exam to become a licensed lawyer in the state of Georgia, in addition to his license to practice in the state of Virginia.
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.