Who We Are
"CDH has helped me become more connected with God through the good and the bad."
- Paris Edwards '23
"I've felt both supported and challenged academically at CDH. When I was feeling challenged. I went to my teachers for help and they were always there to support me."
- Luca Lombardi '22
"I've developed my leadership skills by joining Student Council, Link Crew, and being in sports. I have become more confident in myself as well as grown to become a leader."
- Tavary Un '23
"The community at CDH is very welcoming and fun. The people want to see you thrive in whatever you do."
- Durelle Hall '22
"Participating in service at Dorothy Day through CDH has shown me the realities of what it's like to be homeless in my own neighborhood. Before this experience I never realized how mental health contributes to homelessness, and it inspired me to enter the medical field."
- Allie Sowatzkal '22
"Diversity is important because it exposes people to ideas and experiences that they are not familiar with."
- Ben Tallman '22
"CDH has standards based on fairness and inclusion for all students. Teachers make it clear that they will offer support to anybody who is willing to try and optimize their own learning and development. The many activities and clubs offered are accepting of everyone regardless of race, gender, etc. This is the type of environment that I love to be a part of; one that empowers ALL to succeed."
- Julianne Mason '22