Cathedral High School is a Catholic Lasallian college preparatory conducted in the three-century old Lasallian tradition begun by Saint John Baptist Delasalle to give a human and Christian education to the young by observing the five core principles:
The relationship between the teacher and the student is at the core of Lasallian education. We believe that God desires that each student experience God’s liberating love through the vigilant care by and challenges from each teacher. The Lasallian teacher sees themselves as Guardian Angels, ambassadors of God and older brothers/sisters to the students whom God has entrusted to their care.
Opportunities to grow as men of faith include daily prayer in each class, daily Religion class, all-school masses, Eucharistic adoration, two class level retreats, the rosary, regular opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Men of Iron/Men of Gold speaker series.
Each student is required to complete twenty hours of community service per year. Students may also join a number of faith-based organizations. Lasallian Youth is committed to providing service to the needy in our community. The Fellowship of Catholic Athletes uses sports to develop the Christian leaders and form godly men. Lasallian Stewards raises money throughout the year to provide scholarships for CHS students with demonstrated need.