News

Monday, August 30

Announcing Cathedrals Open Houses

Join us to see what our family has to offer to your family! Tuesday, October 5, 2021 Thursday, November 11, 2021 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Tuesday, June 15

Congratulations to our Deb Piff Scholarship recipient!

​Deborah L. Piff, beloved wife of Frank “Bud” Piff, and devoted mother of Elizabeth Rockstroh and Frank “Chip” Piff, Jr., was a dedicated teacher at The School of the Cathedral for 26 years. After Deb’s passing in 2014, contributions made in her memory led to the establishment of the Deb Piff Scholarship Fund.

Thursday, June 10

Notes from the Principal's Desk: Gratitude, Farewells, and more

Principal Wright shares a his gratitude for an incredible year.

Thursday, June 3

Notes from the Principal's Desk: Middle School update, Band performance, scholarships, and more

Principal Wright shares a middle school update, the band performance, info on scholarships, and more.

Wednesday, June 2

Congratulations, Class of 2021!

We're so proud of the Class of 2021 and all their accomplishments!

Thursday, May 27

Notes from the Principal's Desk: the end of the year is near!

Principal Wright shares about end-of-the-year logistics.

Friday, May 21

Year of the Eucharist at Cathedral

Archbishop Lori announces “The Year of the Eucharist,” beginning with the Solemnity of Corpus Christi on June 6th and concluding on the same feast in 2022. Over this next year, the parish, along with the wider Archdiocesan family, will reflect upon the centrality of the Eucharist in our lives as Catholics.

Thursday, May 20

Notes from the Principal's Desk: Gratitude, a Message from our Principal for the Day, and more

Principal Wright shares gratitude, a message from our Principal for a Day, and more.

Thursday, May 13

Notes from the Principal's Desk: Vaccines, Soccer Coaches, and more

Principal Wright discusses updates about vaccines, soccer, and other topics.

Tuesday, May 11

Mental Health Awareness Month at The School of the Cathedral

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Mental health is how we think, feel and act. It affects how a child feels about himself/herself, relates to other children and adults, and handles change, stress, and other life situations. Learn what we did at The School of the Cathedral to support mental health initiatives.