Message from the Principal’s Office


Dear Parents and Guardians,

As we come to the end of another school year, I am full of appreciation and awe that we made it!  We worked through being in person most of the year during a pandemic, something that most other high schools could not accomplish.  We could not have done this without working together as a family.  My gratitude is stretched to its capacity!  Thank you for entrusting us with your students!  Through the highs and lows, this year has bonded us like no other year.  Even while wearing masks, eating lunches in the classrooms, and traveling one-way hallways, I have seen our students connect in such a special way.  They say that getting through hard times makes you stronger, and I am confident that Cathedral is stronger and better after navigating the difficulties brought on by things out of our control.

Congratulations to the Class of 2021!  I am so proud of our senior class for the leadership they modeled, especially this year!  They will be greatly missed, but I look forward to seeing the wonderful things they will achieve in their next phase of life.

Also, congratulations to all of our students as they prepare to move onto the next level in their high school careers!  I am already looking forward to the next school year.

This will be our final newsletter of this school year; however, information may be sent on an as-needed basis.  With that said, our business and administrative offices will be open this summer should you have any questions or need assistance.

I hope all of our families have a wonderful and safe summer!  May the love and laughter with friends and family fill your hearts, and may the peace of our Lord follow you each day.


Thursday, June 3, 2021 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Cathedral High School is partnering with Community Health Network to provide the COVID vaccine to all staff, students, families of Cathedral staff and students, and alumni who are 12 years and older. Read More

2021/2022 Daily Schedule

As we continue to work diligently to tie up this school year, we have also been working hard on a plan for next year.  I am excited to share our Daily Schedule for the 2021-2022 school year.  While we will expand on this further in the coming weeks, I wanted to give our families a glimpse of our tentative schedule.  You will see that we have kept many things in place that were inspired by Covid.  However, there are also many changes that we feel will benefit our students and our school.  Some of these changes include:

– Start time (8:45)
– End time (3:15)
– No Mission Mondays
– Holy Cross Days and Special Schedules to limit interruptions in instructional time

If we’ve learned anything this year, we’ve learned the importance of being nimble. I am so proud of how our educators and families have embraced all of the changes we have had to put into place this year due to COVID.  Cathedral will continue to pivot as needed to educate the hearts and minds of our students with compassion and vigor. We will continue to be called to greatness and to do our best under all circumstances while being guided by our Mission and Holy Cross Core Values.  Thank you for entrusting us with your children!

Service Hours

Many thanks to Shannon Fox for her years of service at Cathedral!  While we are sad to see her go, we are happy for her as she enters retirement and gains the opportunity to spend time with her new grandchild. Read More

Senior Retreat!

Rising Seniors should begin thinking about their senior retreat! This is an experience that we encourage all seniors to embark on during their final year at Cathedral.Read More

Requirements for returning Student-Athletes and their Parents


Please make sure you and your student have logged into Final Forms and electronically signed all required documents for the 2021-2022 school year. Your student will not be able to participate in any pre-season conditioning, open gym/field, or practice until all documents have been completed and signed (e.g. Fall and Winter sport athletes starting workouts in June).

The best way to ensure that your student is eligible is by logging in to Final Forms and doing the following:

– Click on the big blue button at the top of the page titled “Click to Switch to 2021-2022 Registration.”

– Update your student’s sports for the 2021-2022 school year.

– Electronically sign all parent documents for the 2021-22022 school year.

Incomplete or unsigned forms will appear red & will turn green once completed. – Make sure your student has logged into Final Forms and electronically signed their required forms for 2021-2022 as well.  Contact Mike Hunker at with any questions or concerns.  

Cathedral Mothers’ Club 2021-2022 School Year

If you are interested in playing a larger role in the Cathedral Mothers’ Club next year like joining the Board or Chairing a committee, please see Missy Llewellyn or email her at

Spirit Shop Summer Hours

Spirit Shop hours will be adjusted during the summer as indicated below. Read More


We often find some of our best employees by word of mouth.  If you know any qualified candidates for the following positions, please send them to our career page on our website to apply! Read More

Important Dates for the 2021-2022 School Year

While it is hard to plan too far ahead during these times, we are pleased to share the 2021-2022 (next school year) schedule with you all! Read More

Is Your Student Looking for a Summer Job?

Some friends of Cathedral have some information they would like to share! 

Is your student looking for a job?

– Zinkan & Barker Development Co. Summer Seasonal Work
Zinkan and Barker are hiring for two positions this summer and would love to hire Cathedral students! The role is assisting our property management team – which services mostly commercial buildings and properties, but also residential properties and mixed-use properties. We would gladly pay $16/hour and can easily give 40 hours per week. Our main office is located near Cathedral at 54th & Keystone.  Applicants can call 317.396.1600 or email Joe Zinkan at if is interested.  Read More