Cathedral Catholic celebrates graduating class of 2010

The Cathedral Catholic High School class of 2010 celebrated their graduation at a ceremony held on the University of San Diego campus on June 5.

Of the 337 graduates in the class of 2010, 97 percent are going on to college and 83 percent a to four-year institution.

Several notable colleges are in store for the students, including Stanford, UC Berkeley, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Boston College, USC, UCLA and USD.

All of Cathedral Catholic’s graduates complete 60 hours of Christian service and 12 students accomplished over 100 hours of service. Students raised more than $12,000 for charitable causes during the school year, including donations to for Haitian orphanages.

CCHS also earned six CIF championships, including girl’s cross-country, girl’s volleyball, girl’s tennis, individual girl’s golf, football and boy’s water polo. The girl’s volleyball team won their second state championship and the co-ed sailing team won the national championship held in Greenwich, CT.

“Our congratulations are heartfelt as we salute our graduates for their accomplishments and leadership in the classrooms, community, athletic fields, stage and art studios,” Jim Tschann, president of Cathedral Catholic High School, stated in a news release. “They have done splendid things on behalf of CCHS.”

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  3. Cathedral Catholic claims state title
  4. Cathedral continues run of championships
  5. High school students form club to help feed pantry clients

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