Grand Rapids Catholic Central High School was founded in 1906 and is the oldest Catholic co-educational school in the nation. With Honors and AP-level courses, a 1:1 iPad program, and dual-enrollment offered on-campus through nearby Aquinas College, students have endless opportunities to learn in a variety of ways.
Catholic Central is comprised of three buildings, with a pedestrian mall and ample parking for students and guests.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Catholic Central has a tradition of athletic excellence, with football winning the 2019, 2020 and 2021 State Championships, Boys Golf and Boys Basketball winning the State Championship in the 2020-21 school year, and Girls Soccer and Girls Swim winning conference titles.
There are a number of ways to engage in the arts, as well. Students can take part in a variety of fine and performing arts opportunities including theater, musicals, band, choir, drawing, and studio art.
Catholic Central is situated in the heart of Grand Rapids, Michigan, a city of 190,000 people located 30 miles from Lake Michigan. The second-largest city in Michigan, Grand Rapids was named the No. 1 US Travel Destination by Lonely Planet in 2014. There are a number of concert venues, theaters, and sports stadiums in Grand Rapids, including minor-league baseball, ice hockey, and basketball teams.
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