Welcome Crusader parent! Below you'll find some helpful resources for managing academics and student life at Cathedral. As always, if you have any questions or need assistance with anything else related to your student's Cathedral experience, call the main office at 320-251-3421.


School Calendar
  • Academic Calendar

  • Honor Roll

  • Student of the Month

    High School
    Lily Blenkush, Art
    Jonathan Hanson, Business
    Elijah Weekes, Engineering
    Alyson Schneider, English
    Jamison Penticuff, Health/Phy Ed
    Xavier Dubay, Math
    Mary Watry, Music
    Emily Schaupp, Science
    Griffin Sturm, Social Studies
    Strider Carkhuff, Theology
    Elizabeth Hughes, World Languages
    Middle School
    Lundeen Cunningham, Art
    Taylor Laubach, English
    Sheridan Stockman, Health/Phy Ed
    Olivia Nguyen, Math
    Anya Craven, Music
    Paige Johnson, Science
    Cathleen Pay, Social Studies
    Morgan Calvert, Theology
    Aracely Arevalo, World Languages
    High School
    Grace Reynolds, Art
    Jonathan Doschadis, Business
    Logan Orth, Engineering
    Ava LaBine, English
    Jarrett Thelen, Health/Phy Ed
    Madelyn Anderson, Math
    Emily Manar, Music
    Tanner Schneider, Science
    Kayla Sexton, Social Studies
    Nicole Katterhagen, Theology
    Aaron Weitzel, World Languages
    Middle School
    Shyla Vickstrom, Art
    Evie Kremer-Reisdorf, English
    Oliver Stowe, Health/Phy Ed
    Devin Barnum, Math
    Nolan Longnecker, Music
    Callie Jerzak, Science
    Cecilia Jamison, Social Studies
    Isla Malkovich, Theology
    Shemiam Nicol, World Languages
    High School
    Matthew Primus, Art
    Lauren Heydman, Business
    Landon Swenson, Engineering
    Marti Hernandez-Cifre, English
    Avery Polipnick, Health/Phy Ed
    Danna Mulliner, Math
    Maya Walls, Music
    Emma Jamison, Science
    Quentin Dukowitz, Social Studies
    Isabella Keene, Theology
    Rhianna Sieben, World Languages
    Middle School
    Savannah Kroll, Art
    Olivia Watry, English
    Margherita Bushman, Health/Phy Ed
    Alexa Behrendt, Math
    Carson Rolph, Music
    Eden Hayenga, Science
    Jack Molus, Social Studies
    Isabel Jordt, Theology
    Ernest Malekebu, World Languages
  • Lunch Calendar

    At Cathedral we are an allergy-aware school.

    Digital Lunch Calendar

    At Cathedral we are an allergy-aware school.

    January lunch Menu pdf

    February Menu

  • Parent Council

    Welcome to Cathedral Parent Council!  Simply being a Cathedral parent makes you an honorary Parent Council Member, and we welcome your participation in our monthly meetings and council events as you are able.  Meetings are held in-person on the second Tuesday of every month from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm in Cathedral’s South Building Conference Room on the lower level.  You can also join us via Zoom, if that is more convenient, using the link below.  Watch your email for monthly updates and reminders, or stay connected through our Cathedral Parent Council Facebook Group.


    Topic: Parent Council Meetings 2021-2022
    Time: 11:30 – 12:30 AM
    Every month on the Second Tuesday, from September 14, 2021 until May 10, 2022.

    • Sep 14, 2021 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker: Mary Quick, Guidance Office Counselor
    • Oct 12, 2021 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker: Kathy Crispo, Cathedral High School Principal
    • Nov 9, 2021 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:
    • Dec 14, 2021 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:
    • Jan 11, 2022 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:
    • Feb 8, 2022 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:
    • Mar 8, 2022 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:
    • Apr 12, 2022 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:
    • May 10, 2022 11:30 AM – Guest Speaker:

    Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 720 0708 6641
    Passcode: gvNb3T

    Cathedral Parent Council Mission Statement

    The Cathedral Parent Council welcomes all parents/guardians of Cathedral students to membership. The Council meets monthly to facilitate the interaction and collaboration of Cathedral parents and families, in a spiritual environment, always for the ultimate good of the school.

    Cathedral Parent Council Purpose

    The Parent Association is the primary organization of all parents/guardians of students of Cathedral High School. The Council allows parents/guardians to become involved in the work of the school by providing volunteer opportunities and by encouraging parental participation. The Executive Board of the Cathedral Parent Council coordinates many activities on behalf of both parents and the school.

    Activities include:

    • Acting as a resource for faculty and staff;
    • Coordinating parent volunteers in many areas of school life;
    • Fostering and maintaining parent-to-parent and parent-to-school communication;
    • Sponsoring events of interest to school parents.

    Monthly meetings are held for parents/guardians every second Tuesday of the month beginning in September and continuing through May. At our meetings, we share information about CHS, have guest speakers who provide pertinent information about our school, and allow parents/guardians to keep in touch with what is going on at school.

    Parent Council Executive Board

    • Co-Presidents: Sarah Nicoll and Kelly Anderson
    • Vice-President: Marit Ortega
    • Secretary: Jennifer Doschadis
    • Treasurer: Kris Lawrence

    Email Parent Council

    2021-2022 Parent Council Meeting Minutes

    September Minutes January Minutes April Minutes
    October Minutes February Minutes May Minutes
    November Minutes March Minutes

    2020-2021 Parent Council Meeting Minutes

    September Minutes January Minutes April Minutes
    October Minutes February Minutes May Minutes
    November Minutes March Minutes

    CHS Parent Council Treasurer Report April 2021

    Parent Council By-Laws, Last revised March 2021

    Join Cathedral Parent Council Facebook Group

  • Photos

    View the photos from 2022 here.

    • Schedules

    • School Supply Lists

    • Service Learning Program / Logging Volunteer Hours

      In the words of the U.S. Bishops, “Catholic school students should be introduced gradually to the idea and practice of Christian service. In early years, efforts to instill a sense of mission and concern for others help lay a foundation for later service projects, as does study of the lives of the saints and outstanding contemporaries.” Sharing the Light, #232.

      At Cathedral, we believe that service should be an attitude, a way of life, and every person has a calling and a responsibility to serve one another as a living example of Jesus’ teachings. It is important not only to listen and understand the Word of God, but also to apply the lessons learned in our daily life through service to others.

      We will use the Corporal Works of Mercy, Spiritual Works of Mercy and the Principles of Catholic Social Teachings as the basis for our Service Learning Program.  All service learning experiences will be related to these models of Christian living, and students will be asked to reflect on the connections between their service experience and these models.

      Corporal Works of Mercy

      The Corporal Works of Mercy recognize the sacredness of human life. We learn through fulfilling these Works of Mercy for others that we are our brother’s keeper. Our feelings of love for our fellow man must be accompanied by acts of charity.

      (1) Feed the hungry. 

      (2) Give drink to the thirsty. 

      (3) Clothe the naked. 

      (4) Shelter the homeless. 

      (5) Visit those in prison. 

      (6) Comfort the sick. 

      (7) Bury the dead.

      Spiritual Works of Mercy

      The Spiritual Works of Mercy recognize sin, ignorance, doubt, sorrow and other human conditions where we need to reach out in faith and love to others. How many times did Jesus rebuke with love, counsel, teach and help those who did not know Him?

      (1) Admonish sinners. 

      (2) Instruct the uninformed.

      (3) Counsel the doubtful. 

      (4) Comfort the sorrowful. 

      (5) Bear wrongs patiently. 

      (6) Forgive offenses. 

      (7) Pray for the living and the dead.

      Catholic Social Teaching Principles

      The Catholic Social Teaching Principles are a rich treasure of wisdom about building a just society and living lives of holiness amidst the challenges of modern society. These principals highlight several of the key themes that are at the heart of our Catholic social tradition.

      (1) Life and Dignity of the Human Person.

      (2) Solidarity.

      (3) Care for God’s creation.

      (4) Call to Family, Community and Participation.

      (5) Option for the Poor and Vulnerable.

      (6) Rights and Responsibilities.

      (7) Dignity of Work and Rights of Worked

      Service Learning Requirements:

      Students are expected to fulfill the number of service hours listed below during the assigned grade. Students cannot wait until their senior year and attempt to fulfill all of the required hours. 

      Grade Hours Required Education Area
      Grade 7 10 – including 2 served in your Parish/Church* Corporal/Spiritual

      Works of Mercy

      Grade 8 10 – including 2 served in your Parish/Church* Corporal/Spiritual

      Works of Mercy

      Grade 9 15 – including 3 served in your Parish/Church* Catholic Social Teaching Intro

      Five Stages of Service Learning

      Grade 10 15 – including 3 served in your Parish/Church* Retreat / Project included
      Grade 11 20 -including 4 served in your Parish/Church* Catholic Social Teaching 


      Grade 12 20 -including 4 served in your Parish/Church* Capstone Project ?

      *Students will complete a total of 20 parish/church hours throughout their time at Cathedral. If you do not belong to a parish/church, contact Mrs. Baldwin for information.

      Parish/church service experiences are an opportunity for our students to be contributing members of their parish community, which prayerfully and financially supports their education.

      Logging Hours in MobileServe App:

      New this year, students will record their service experiences in MobileServe. This app allows students to record and reflect on their service experiences.  There will also be a current list of service opportunities, including many safe-distancing opportunities. 

      Getting Started Guide 

      MobileServe is available as a mobile app in the App Store and Google Play and can be used on most smartphones and tablets. If you’d rather not use the mobile app, you can create and manage your MobileServe account from any internet-connected device at Simply skip the download instructions below and start with Create Your Account. 

      Download the App 

      1. Go to the App Store or Google Play
      2. Search “MobileServe”
      3. Tap the Get or Install button next to MobileServe App

      Create Your Account 

      1. Open the app or go to & select Sign Up
      2. Enter your name, birthday, and create a password (skip the employer/school box)
      3. Select Next
      4. Add an optional photo to your profile or select Skip
      5. Select Next
      6. Enter the 6-digit code corresponding to your class:
        • Class of 2022: 1F5E0F CCS
        • Class of 2023: E2D346 CCS
        • Class of 2024: 020D53 CCS
        • Class of 2025: 21248F CCS
        • Class of 2026: OE871E
        • Class of 2027: 14C612
      7. Select Join

      Logging Hours

      After joining, be sure to categorize your service log by checking the box next to the organization name –Cathedral Catholic School – St. Cloud – and selecting the correct service category.


      Contact Sandy Baldwin, Service Learning Coordinator, at

    • Sports Physical Form

    • Family Handbook

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