Cathedral Catholic High School

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Cathedral Catholic High School (CCHS) is a private coeducational Catholic High School in San Diego, California. It is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, and was originally founded as the University of San Diego High School in 1957. CCHS was conceived in 1999, and the school moved to its current location on Del Mar Heights Road in Carmel Valley and changed its name in August 2005. Cathedral Catholic got its name in honor of the original Cathedral Girls High School, which merged with USDHS in 1970 to become the second co-ed Catholic high school in San Diego.

Alumni Association

The CCHS/USDHS/CGHS Alumni Association was formed to foster a spirit of financial responsibility and loyalty among the alumni, past parents and past faculty of the school. The Association serves as a continuing link between the school and its members, encouraging interest in activities and support through annual giving. Each member receives a copy of the Alumni Newsletter and special mailings to facilitate communication of events and information concerning graduates. The current alumni director is Lawrence Fitzgerald Jr., and the current president is Pat McGroin (Class of 1987).


Students are required to take the High School Placement Exam, given January of each year, which is used to determine if a student is academically prepared for Cathedral Catholic, as well as for placement in classes. Also required in the application process is a recommendation from an 8th grade teacher...
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