CCHS News Room

03 February 2016

Service to God, Service to Others — Service is a core value at Central Catholic High School

Our students are frequently seen out in the community doing service projects, volunteering at community events, and helping our neighbors. Central Catholic High School has a rich tradition of helping others. Service to God and service to others is at the core of all we do here at CCHS. Check out some of the wonderful things our students have been up to during the first semester of this school year:


58 CCHS students helped at the SMPS Angel Walk in 2015


Senior, Cate Calissie created her own fundraising campaign and raised over $3,500 to support the
LeeAnn Foundation that helps patients who are diagnosed with cancer.
Over 30 student athletes volunteered their time at various locations for the United Way Day of Caring.
A group of students who were off school for Fall break, came to the aid of a young family who needed to move into a new apartment.
Without hesitation, these young men stepped up and relocated this family in their time of need.
Students and faculty participated in NO SHAVE NOVEMBER to raise funds for men’s health issues.
Some of the participants shaved before we captured this photo.
Students, faculty, and alumni of CCHS joined together to serve Thanksgiving meals to others
at the 18th Street Neighborhood Center / Catholic Charities.
All our homeroom classes adopted a child to buy presents for this Christmas.
Fifteen children will have a brighter Christmas thanks to the generosity of our students. 
Students, lead by Sam Marshall, donated items and supplies to be used to make blessing kits for the
homeless through the House of Hagar Catholic Worker.