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October Students of the Month

HIGH SCHOOL Name Grade Student of the Month Nominating Teacher Nicholas Walz 10 Art Tony Keller Blake Ehlert 12 Business Jon Voss Max Tomczik 11 Engineering Jim Trout Isabelle Anderson 9 English Lynette Thelen Kellen Kinzer 10 Health/Phy Ed Rick Fleege Kevin Sanz 11 Math Cindy Austin Stella Ortega 9 Music Jonathan Rydberg Roman Voss

September 2020  Students of the Month

HIGH SCHOOL Name Grade Student of the Month Nominating Teacher Olivia Scheeler 10 Art Tony Keller Olivia Beste 11 Business Jon Voss Kyle Pedersen 11 Engineering Jim Trout Ava Jacobson 10 English Michelle Voit John Ebertz 12 Health/Phy Ed Bob Bjornstad Nicholas Jackson, Jr. 11 Math Stephanie Stracke Stephen Ellingson 11 Music Donnell Lastine-Chopp Abby

Dedication Ceremony

Over a decade of planning, fundraising, and a year of construction has culminated in a beautiful space that will enhance the learning experience at Cathedral for generations to come. On September 26, 2020, we celebrated, blessed and dedicated the new North Building - the first new academic building to Cathedral's campus in 53 years. A small group was present, socially

New Building Update

After many years of visioning, planning, fundraising and almost a year of construction, the spaces and views imagined for Cathedral's first new building in 52 years are finally being realized! The new education building will address all of the facility limitations currently felt with science, engineering and visual arts, offering larger classrooms that will accommodate physical

Are Catholic Schools Only for Catholics?

Non-Catholics are increasingly choosing Catholic high schools to enroll their children. Catholic high schools have for a long time been developing the minds and nurturing the spirits of both Catholic and non-Catholic students. Yet in classrooms, pews and bleachers, the number of non-Catholics joining their Catholic peers has steadily increased. Nationally, one-fifth of Catholic secondary

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Is Catholic School a Good Value?

Parents are left wondering if Catholic school for their elementary or high school-bound children is worth it. The answer: It depends. It depends on how much value you place on the following advantages of Catholic schools. Jesus as Teacher The primary Catholic School advantage is reflected in the philosophy that challenges students to improve the

COVID-19 Safety and Precautions

Cathedral has worked diligently to develop an in-person learning model that allows students to return to school in a manner that reduces health related risks while maintaining an environment in which we focus on education. Plans for hybrid and distance learning have also been created if it is deemed unsafe for students to learn in school at any time throughout the year.

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