It’s not just about academics or athletics. It’s about your child’s whole self; their character, confidence, potential, and faith.
The investment in a Catholic education can be affordable. Almost every Crusader receives tuition assistance in some form.
You don’t need to fit inside a box at Cathedral. Let’s work together to determine the best learning style for your student.
Welcome To Cathedral
You can breathe now, Mom and Dad. Your child belongs here; your family belongs here. And the right school does make a difference.
Cathedral is a Catholic middle and high school empowering students through a robust academic curriculum, Christ-centered service principles, and a tight-knit community full of support and encouragement. In a small-class environment, through individualized learning, our students learn to live lives of leadership, service, and excellence. And, with 90 percent of our students participating in some sort of extra-curricular activity, you’ll be part of the Crusader community in no time! We’re so happy you’re here.
THE CATHEDRAL MAGAZINE IS LAUNCHED
We are so excited to release our Cathedral magazine with stories that depict what essential characteristics make up our Cathedral community. Look out for stories featuring Mr. B, Mr. Norm Zirbes, Ms. Kathy Mugge, and more! If you didn’t find one in your mailbox, please contact us to update your contact info.
A summer filled with service learning We integrate service learning into our curriculum…
HIGH SCHOOL Name Grade Student of the Month Nominating Teacher Marta Mas Lopez…
HIGH SCHOOL Name Grade Student of the Month Nominating Teacher Emily Pankratz 11…
SERVICE HOURS COMPLETED BY EACH STUDENT
ATHLETICS, ACTIVITIES, AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
% OF 2019 GRADUATES ATTENDING COLLEGE
MILLION DOLLARS IN NEEDS-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED
Why We Love Cathedral
Randy & Denise Budde
Was sending our 4 children to Cathedral worth the money and sacrifice? The answer would most definitely be YES. When you enroll your children in Cathedral, you become part of a network of families with the same values and goals. This community becomes your family and lifelong friendships have been formed, not only for us as parents, but for each of our children. Cathedral has nurtured all of our kids and made them independent, strong, well-rounded individuals who have excelled academically, socially, athletically and spiritually. We are forever grateful for the great foundation, the safe environment, and the opportunity to live their faith on a daily basis, that Cathedral has provided to our children.
Grant Martin ’21
I like the classroom environment at CHS. The extra support and smaller class sizes make it easy to be successful.
Kailee Falconer ’22
My experience as a non-Catholic student at Cathedral has been nothing but positive. The students here do not treat me any differently, look at me strangely, or ask questions about why I am not participating in something. They know and accept that I come from a different religious background. The teachers are also more than willing to answer any of my questions about the Catholic faith.
Leo Werschay ’22Student
Cathedral is an awesome place to go to school. I like the small classrooms and the personal connections with teachers. I was surprised at how fast I was able to meet other kids and get to personally know the Principal. The school atmosphere is like a giant family, I always feel welcome here. I am also really excited about the new school addition they are building.
Meaghan Baldwin ’09Alumna
I cannot begin to count the blessings that Cathedral has provided! The lessons learned in the Spanish classroom at CHS, the international service experience in Moshi and Tanzania, the team bonding with the girls cross country team, the individual life lessons in our vocabulary and spelling books from Sister Clare, and the PHENOMENONAL community that Cathedral has. Not only an education- but truly a LIFE LONG IMPACT!
Tom and Nancy BalfanzParents
We've always felt Cathedral conveyed the same values and morals we try to teach our children. We liked the way our children could get to know everyone in their grade and also get to know the teachers so well due to the small class sizes. We also appreciated that they could play a lot in their sports, and enjoy the benefits of a smaller student body than a larger public school.
Paul DeWenter ’06Alumnus
Now I get it. I get why Sister Clare made me rewrite my essays and Mr. Scheevel made me rework my math problems. They were readying me for my college life and beyond. Both the academic and spiritual principles I learned at Cathedral are ones I rely on every day of my personal and professional life. Thanks for investing in my future, Mom and Dad!