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Thank you to the families and prospective students that attended this year's Meet, Eat, and Greet! 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!

Welcome to Cathedral

Since 1925, Cathedral has been more than a place of learning; for our current students and thousands of alumni, it is home. As the city’s preeminent high school and one of the most recognizable high schools in the country, Cathedral exists to develop its students into exceptional leaders, citizens, and men.

Cathedral’s distinct edge within education lies in the implementation of a rigorous STREAM curriculum that not only incorporates one of El Paso's first dual credit college programs but also individual counseling that enables students to maximize their academic and collegiate opportunities.

Cathedral's most recent graduating class - The Class of 2018 - has accomplished the following

  • $19 million in college scholarships
  • 10 National Hispanic Scholars - National Hispanic scholars comprise the top 2% of PSAT takers in the country
  • 3,000+ hours of college credit
  • 100% college acceptance rate
  • Acceptances to 113 unique universities throughout the U.S. and Mexico (for a complete list please see attached document below)
  • 62% of the 2018 Class of Cathedral High School received academic and/or athletic scholarships
  • 9 collegiate athletes: Michael Brockhaus -Southwestern University (Football), Frank "Alec" Chacon - University of Saint Mary (Football), Patrick Tovar - Dordt College (Football), Ian Smith - Texas A&M (Track & Field), Daniel Maes - UTEP (Cross Country), Connor White - University of Texas at Permian Basin (Swimming), Juan Carlos Sapien- St. Edward's University (Golf), Anthony Moulton - St. Mary's University (Soccer), Zander Karr - New England College (Rugby)

The true magic of Cathedral, however, lies in the brotherhood our students share with each other. There is an innate sense of camaraderie and family within our school and is clearest seen when our students interact. The collaborative nature of our young men, whether it be in school work and college applications or community service and athletics is proof that above all else, Cathedral is a great place to grow up.

For any questions or concerns regarding registration and financial aid or if you would like to set an appointment please contact our Admissions and Recruitment Coordinator.

Juan Pablo Baca,
Admissions and Recruitment Coordinator
Phone: 915-532-3238 ext 695