Inherent in the mission of Cathedral High School are the beliefs that each student is unique and has a need for developing spiritually, intellectually, and physically, that students learn in a variety of ways, and that different students are gifted with different types of intelligences. Administrators and faculty are committed to providing experiences that allow students to discover knowledge for themselves. As members of our society, students need to learn how to work with and care for others. These principles inform departmental and program goals that reflect the school's expectations for graduates. The school's commitment to develop both the spiritual and academic potential of students ensures that educational experiences are designed to foster not only knowledge but values as well.
Cathedral High School is a Catholic, college preparatory community of learners committed to spiritual development and academic excellence within the context of the Gospel values of justice, peace, love, and service. Our goal is to educate the whole person spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and physically to accept full citizenship in the world.
Cathedral High School is undergoing a merger with Holyoke Catholic High School. From Fall 2016 Cathedral High School students will attend the current site of Holyoke Catholic High School until the new campus is complete in Springfield for Fall 2018.
The city of Springfield is about one hour and forty minutes southwest of Boston.
Area Population: 155,000
City Website: City of Springfield
Estimated Fall Start Date: Late August
Estimated Fall End Date: Mid-January
Estimated Spring Start Date: Late January
Estimated Spring End Date: Early June
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