Christmas Break - December 23rd - January 6th, we hope to see everyone back rested and ready for the spring term resuming on January 7th, CHS wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2020 New Year!!! God bless! | CHS Irish Basketball invites all students, alumni and friends to come support our boys at our last season home game of 2019 this Friday Dec. 20th @ 7:30 PM! CHS Irish vs San Eli Eagles! Come out & support your IRISH at home! | CHS calls out all middle school students to come visit La Cate, ask questions, get informed and get a taste of what being an "Irish for a Day" is all about. It's a great day to be an Irishman! Please contact Mr. Baca for appointments or questions about visiting Cathedral, Tel: 915 532 3238 ext. 695, Email: email@example.com. | Make sure to check out our ongoing Basketball, Soccer, Tennis Swimming and Golf Season Schedule under the Athletic Teams page.
Where young men become the best version of themselves
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.”