Join Cathedral families for this end of the summer event at our neighbor, Grace United Methodist Church, on August 27. We will have several inflatable water slides to accommodate kids of all ages. Food will be available on site for purchase. So come with your suit and towel and prepare for some wet and wild fun! No RSVP needed – just come!
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Join us on September 16 for a family-friendly evening of fun and games to benefit our partner parish and school in Haiti. It's the 5-year anniversary, and we're excited for the dunk tank, games, wine pull, and more! Click below to learn more.
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The Y of Central Maryland will provide aftercare for Cathedral families this school year. A three-day or five-day option (no drop-in) will be available for families. Aftercare will be available on half days (including the first day of school). Learn more below.
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  • 70% of teachers have earned or are working towards an advanced degree
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