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Cathedral's Homecoming Week is September 18th -22nd!      Tradition Ceremony for Freshmen and Seniors is Wednesday September 20th in the MPB at 5:30PM.      Homecoming Pep Rally is Friday September 22nd at 2PM.      Homecoming Game is Friday September 22nd at 7PM @ El Paso High School.      Homecoming Dance is Saturday September 23rd from 8PM - 12AM

Academic Highlights

National Hispanic Scholars

Every year, the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program recognizes the top 5,000 students of the 250,000 Hispanic/Latino juniors who take the PSAT. The College Board’s NHRP program is an academic honor that can be included on college applications and is used by colleges and universities to identify academically exceptional Hispanic/Latino students.

2018: Dallas Spencer, Esteban Ortiz, Diego Quirarte, Thomas Chavez, Omar Abbud, Ian Smith, Matthew Appleby, Daniel Brunnick, Victor Gallardo, Jose Luis Villarreal

2017: Landen VanDeman, Chris Schutte, Roberto Tejada, Andres Duran, Kevin Caballero, David Anchondo, Jacinto Obregon

2016: Zachary Flaherty, Daniel Barrio, Fabian Yepo, Matthew Hallmarl, Noah Ruelas, Victor Portillo, Eric Peters, Sean Miller, Hunter Urrea

2015: Jose Echeverri, Joseph Lucker, Alexander Garcia, Cristian Quinonez

2014: Jose Roberto Delgado, Juan Luis Gonzalez, Nicholas Montes, Jose Negrete, Kevin Peters, Jaime Quirarte, David Torres, Christian Hallmark, Anthony Franco, Adrian Meza, Miguel Ochoterena

College Scholarships
Each year, Cathedral's graduating classes are among the city's best in receiving merit based university and college scholarships. Since 2007 the Seniors at La Cate have earned the following figures in scholarships:

Academic Year

Total Amount of Scholarships

2017

$10,234,419

2016

$41,399,295

2015

$28,961,858

2014

$24.701,425

2013

$22,625,552

2012

$19,486,630

2011

$27,238,196

2010

$7,408,353

2009

$4,725,450

2008

$3,267,740

2007

$4,468,965


College Acceptances (Nationwide)
One of Cathedral's singular characteristics is its distinct ability to provide 100% of its graduating class with the opportunity to study at a four year university once graduating from Cathedral High School. The following universities listed are both denoted as top 50 universities in the United States according to U.S. News & World Report and schools that Cathedral graduates have been accepted to since 2013.


Princeton University Harvard University University of Chicago
Yale University Columbia University Stanford University
Duke University University of Pennsylvania Johns Hopkins University
Dartmouth College Northwestern College Brown University
Cornell University Rice University University of Notre Dame
Vanderbilt University Washington University in St. Louis Emory University
Georgetown University University of California - Berkeley University of Southern California
Carnegie Mellon University University of California-Los Angeles University of Virginia
University of Michigan University of North Carolina Boston College
College of William and Mary Brandeis University Georgia Institute of Technology
New York University Case Western Reserve University University of California at Santa Barbara
Boston University University of California-Davis University of California-San Diego
University of Illinois University of Miami University of Wisconsin-Madison
Penn State University Pepperdine University Villanova University