Meet Amanda (Pitner) Schroeder. Amanda is a graduate of Central Catholic, Class of 2000. She is also a wife, mother, and successful CPA. After graduating from CC, she attended Ball State University where she received her bachelor’s degree in accounting. … Read more
From The Archives
In the mid-1980’s to the early 1990’s, Central Catholic showcased the latest sartorial styles in their annual Fashion Show. The event was a fundraiser for the school and included a salad luncheon and style or runway show. The event was … Read more
Since its opening in 1956, Central Catholic has strived to have the best and most up to date technology available for its students. Used appropriately, technology can help students to learn more efficiently and effectively.
The technology that is available … Read more
In the fall of 1972, a handful of Central Catholic girls decided to start a swim team. Though the high school did not, and does not, have a swimming pool, the Athletic Director, Paul LaRocca gave them the go-ahead.
“You’ll … Read more
For many year, Central Catholic would celebrate Christmas, in part, by displaying a large nativity scene on the roof of the school. Student council members would come in early on a Saturday morning to set up the figures, using the … Read more
Basketball season is upon us, and fans will shortly be filing into McHale Gym to cheer on the teams. The student section, in particular, is energetic and fun to watch with their cheers and school spirit.
But while the student … Read more
The onset of autumn brings many things: changing leaves, cooling temperature, fall sports, and the cemetery project. In the last few weeks, high school juniors have visited, walked around, and taken notes and pictures in various cemeteries – particularly Greenbush … Read more
From the late-1960’s to 1980, a big, green bus was often seen at Central Catholic. Fondly known as the Shawn, Shawn the Leprechaun, the mini-bus served as transportation to and from football games as well as for two different groups … Read more
The day started with all school mass, followed by a Eucharistic procession around the outside … Read more