Cathedral's Meet, Eat, and Greet for interested and prospective students of all ages is on Saturday April 28th from 12PM - 2PM at Cathedral! For more information please contact Admissions at 915-532-3238 ext 695 New students (Freshman and transfer) interested in enrolling at Cathedral can now apply for admission! Please contact Admissions 915-532-3238 ext 695 for more information or see below!
Cathedral's Meet, Eat, and Greet is on Saturday April 28th! 12PM - 2PM.
The Meet, Eat, and Greet is Cathedral’s welcome event for all prospective and newly registered students of all ages and their families. We invite you to come and meet the people at Cathedral High School who will play an integral role in your son’s development while also meeting other future Cathedral families. Click on the Admissions tab to find out more information or click the following link to download our flyer: https://www.cathedral-elpaso.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=650902&type=d&pREC_ID=1405959
All our welcome! No RSVP needed. Please call 915-532-3238 ext 695 for more information.
New students interested in enrolling at Cathedral for the 2018-2019 school year can now apply for admission. Visit the "Admissions Process" page under "Admissions" for the link to the online application or use the following link: https://ctd-tx.client.renweb.com/oa/?memberid=1910
Scholarship applications also available - for deadlines and application forms please visit our "Admissions" tab and select "Affording Cathedral - Scholarships and Aid"
"Irish For a Day" - All prospective Freshman and Transfer students are invited to spend a day at Cathedral. "Irish For a Day" includes speaking with current students, meeting key members of the Cathedral staff and administration, touring the school, and receiving information ranging from Academic Curriculum to Financial aid and more. To schedule an "Irish For a Day" please email Mario Vazquez, Admissions and Recruitment Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (915) 532-3238 ext 695
Learn about Cathedral from the students who make it a great place to grow up. Read testimonials from the Class of 2018! Located under the About Us tab.
Congratulations to the 10 members of the Class of 2018 who have been designated National Hispanic Scholars by The College Board. National Hispanic Scholars are identified when they are juniors through their PSAT scores. Students who earn this distinction have received the highest marks on the PSAT when compared to other Hispanic students throughout the country. This distinction brings along with it the opportunity to receive academic scholarships from some of the top universities in the country.
Save the date! The Tamalada and Irish Open's 2018 date is set. Don't miss out on the fun and great food. Click on the "Alumni Tab" for more information.
Cathedral’s success lies in simple yet profound ideas but none more important than the belief that our students are capable, regardless of race, social or economic background, religion, family circumstances, or cultural bias of achieving academic success, of becoming model citizens who have a moral compass by which they can guide their lives.
At Cathedral we provide a sense of family. The young men of Cathedral are proud of the school and protective of its reputation. Self-esteem is high as students are aware of their accomplishments academically and athletically; men of Cathedral have high expectations of success, something they all carry with them into college and university.
In many ways, Cathedral could be called old-fashioned. It is private, religious, and all-male. School policies demand high standards, much homework, minimal social distractions, and unrelenting self-discipline and respect for others. For instance, the student body is required to stand whenever any adult enters the classroom.
The quid pro quo of all this self-discipline is motivation, an atmosphere of pride and constant reward for the accomplishment. The public address system reminds the students, “Let us remember we are in the holy presence of God.” The clear minute-by-minute message of the day to the students is: “What you do here matters! It matters to God, to your family, to your teachers, to your community, and friends.”
The Catholic Foundation hosted a surprise reception for Luz Ulrickson on the Porras Family Patio at Cathedral High School this afternoon to announce the establishment of the Luz Ulrickson Scholarship Fund.
$127 MillionThe amount of college scholarships the Men of Cathedral have received over the past 5 years59The number of Gates Millennium Scholars (a scholarship providing free college tuition) Cathedral High School has in its history. Cathedral holds the national record for most Gates Scholars in a single year.9,600Hours of community service performed through Campus Ministry by Cathedral students in 2016432The number of total college acceptances earned by the 131 member Class of 201760Total number of Athletic State Championships won throughout Cathedral's history with state titles in 8 of our 10 sports100%College Acceptance rate Cathedral students have attained for over 2 decades1000The number of victories Cathedral Basketball Coach Tony Harper has, top 5 among active coaches in the country and first overall in Texas history31Number of State Championships Cathedral has won in Swimming since the 1980's1Cathedral is El Paso's first and only State Champion in Football41The number of National Hispanic Scholars (Highest PSAT scores among Hispanics in the country) Cathedral has produced in the past 5 years. This distinction can help students as many top universities offer National Hispanic Scholars substantial scholarships.