Brooks Bollinger steps down; Miesbauer '03 hired as head coach and Advancement Gift Officer.
The Communicator - March 2019
Last month, seven Theater students ventured to the Big Apple for the 9th annual CDH Theater New York Trip.
A message from Principal Mona Passman.
Monthly update from Athletics, Band, Counseling, JROTC, and Choir.
Did You Know?
March 19 is the Feast of St. Joseph. We celebrate one of our co-founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
Seniors do field work during their Religion and English classes almost every Thursday from October to May.
From February 10-15, 11th and 12th graders in the Close Up class visited Washington, D.C. and learned about American politics.
Ever since its inception 18 years ago, the St. Joseph Worker program has provided invaluable resources to the CDH community.
During the holy season of Lent, take advantage of the prayerful opportunities available at CDH.
Teachers recognize students for effort, attitude, and success in their area of study.
History Day is a trimester-long project that allows students to dig in to a single historical topic.
Doctors, engineers, accountants, and more shared their career stories with CDH students on February 13.
The annual Grandparents' Mass will be held on Wednesday, May 1 at 8:15 am.
The 89th Annual Father-Son Banquet was a huge success.
The 2019 Taste of CDH is coming up on April 27.
All four Mock Trial teams had a great season this year, and the Senior team was undefeated in the regional competition.
Dozens of members of the class of 2023 have earned scholarships to cover part of their CDH tuition next year.
Megan Fee Smith '00, Sheala Osborne '15, and Charlie Lallas '01 are new Spring coaches.
JROTC enjoyed another successful Military Ball on February 23.
Molly Stanley '22 is the CDH Phonathon's Top Caller.
Adults are encouraged to attend a special retreat opportunity on March 31.