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Make Your Tenure at “CC” Fulfilling

As Catholic Central families, we thank you for putting your trust in our school. Established in 1920 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, educating children with the highest standards in Wisconsin has been our mission.

Topper Newsletter

Get news and events sent out weekly by our Topper Team.

FACTS Parent Portal

We are pleased to offer FACTS Payment Plans and Grant & Aid Financial Needs Assessment on the same platform. Enrolling in a FACTS tuition payment plan allows you to select a payment option that best suits your financial needs.

PowerSchool Parent Portal

Access to real-time information including attendance, grades, lunch balances and detailed assignment descriptions and school bulletins. Find out more on how you can use PowerSchool for Parents in this informational video.

eFUNDS Payment Portal

Properly fund your children’s lunch accounts. Using the unique ID# that was given to you for each child, you will be able to create an account, add all of the children under that account and properly fund them as you find necessary.

For more information, please contact our school office

262.763.1510   info@cchsnet.org

Students at CCHS are like family

Student Life at CCHS

Virtually unlimited opportunities to “get involved” in athletics, academics and extracurricular activities. With nearly 100 years of tradition, CC Students experience #TopperPride from the minute they enter these historic walls. Many of our students created clubs that continue to this day. That’s the beauty of going to a smaller school. The potential is only limited by your own imagination. #opportunityawaits

Students at CCHS are like family

Student Life at CCHS

Virtually unlimited opportunities to “get involved” in athletics, academics and extracurricular activities. With nearly 100 years of tradition, CC Students experience #TopperPride from the minute they enter these historic walls. Many of our students created clubs that continue to this day. That’s the beauty of going to a smaller school. The potential is only limited by your own imagination. #opportunityawaits

CCHS Clubs

Student Life is what you make it. Yes, CCHS is smaller than most schools in the region and many think that's a good thing.

Art club is a fun and interactive club for participating in service projects. Through the school year, we do many service projects to raise money for the charity of the club’s choosing. YOU DON’T NEED TO BE ARTISTIC TO JOIN!!! During the year, we will go on various field trips during the school day to do things such as painting windows around Burlington for Christmas! Also if you participate in the fundraising, you will earn service hours.

This club is all about bringing back the bicycle! Within this club, you will bike once a year to Great America and spend the night camping out and then bike back home.

This organization stands for the “Faith In Action Team”. We believe that the world is our community, and that we have the power to make a difference in the lives of others less fortunate, no matter how far apart we are. To accomplish this, we do fun and easy fundraisers and send the money to a charity.

The club gathers together for fishing outings (ice fishing and open water fishing). They also will compete in high school bass fishing tournaments this summer. As a club we hope to promote the sport of fishing and give other high schoolers the opportunity to both fish as well as learn how to fish for different species(bass, musky, northern pike, trout, etc.).

What is forensics you ask? It is a speech and debate team. It also empowers students to become an effective communicator, critical thinker, and a leader.

(Kiwanis Educating Youth): This is the largest and oldest high school service organization. Key Club finds fun and exciting ways to serve both the school and community. The club meets about twice a month and participates in at least one service activity each month.

Students step into the shoes of ambassadors from UN member states to debate current issues on the organization’s agenda. Students make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, and resolve conflicts.

(National Honors Society): This organization is a part of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and is dedicated to service in the community and in school. The main idea of NHS is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote leadership, and develop character in students.

The aim of the Catholic Central Post is to bring the people of Catholic Central High School what they want to hear before they know they want to hear it. Our content ranges from current events to school news to opinion pieces. The Post’s veteran team of writers will always be available to answer questions. If a reader would like to submit their own content to the newspaper, they can email any member of the staff and they will upload it under the persons name.

Within this program, high school student teach and educate 5th and 6th grade students about bullying and what they can do to stop it! High school students regularly go into these classrooms and deliver the lesson to the grade school children.

The Catholic Central Band has a busy schedule of performing! We perform at home football games, basketball games, as well as special events (formal concerts, pep rallies, and Grandparents Day). The Pep Band adds to the school spirit of CCHS!

You get to play ping pong with Mr. J! This club typically meets after school in the early evening once a week.

Do you enjoy music or performing? Praise band is a group of students who perform contemporary Christian music for student Masses.

The students assist the Admissions Director in recruiting prospective students by sharing time and ideas for visits, and other activities. Student Ambassadors are the mentors for incoming and transfer students.

Student Council is the voice of the students. They assist in helping the student body have their voice heard on issues that are important to them. In addition, they are also responsible for the planning of Homecoming and the blood drives.

Want to get into shape? Don’t have time after school? Well, Topper Pride is for you! This club is a speed and agility opportunity for students. We meet every Monday and Wednesday at 6:30am.

This club focuses on giving the students opportunity to learn, celebrate, and enjoy their Catholic faith and school community by planning youth rallies, all school Masses, and providing service opportunities for all students.

Event Photos & Photography

Did you take photos at a CCHS event? We’d love to have a copy. It makes all the difference for all those that couldn’t make it…including the public and other students to have event coverage. In many cases, you are our “eyes and ears”. Please send any media you’d like to share to Matt Delorme at mdelorme@cchsnet.org.

CCHS Apparel & Gear

Exhibit your #TopperPride through apparel. Visit our online apparel Store for t-shirts, jackets, coats, and all other accessories.

Exhibit your #TopperPride through apparel. Visit our online apparel Store for t-shirts, jackets, coats, and all other accessories.