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Posted January 5, 2021
2021-2022 New student applications are now available!
Use your gifts. Realize your values. Better the world in which we live. Applications for 6th-10th grades are now available for the 2021-2022 school year! For more information, check the Admissions menu or use the following quick links:
Posted January 25, 2021
Catholic Schools Week, Feb. 1 - Feb. 5
The theme is Faith, Excellence and Service. CCHS will again participate in National Catholic Schools Week by reaching out to lend a helping hand to local community organizations. Please mark your calendars and start stocking up now for any donations you are able and willing to make.

Below is the full list of charities and the items that they have requested. Items in bold are items in high need as indicated by each charity.

Monday Feb 1st Gabriel Project - Baby Items
  • Diapers larger sizes (5-6), Similac Formula, Wipes, Baby food, Desitin, Baby Shampoo, Baby Lotion, Baby Bottles and Baby Blankets
Tuesday Feb 2nd Sojourners – Household bedding items and cleaning supplies
  • Pillows, Pillowcases, Twin sheets, Bath/Face towels, Plastic Shower Curtains, Pine-Sol, Bleach, Laundry Detergent, 33 gallon trash bags, Dishwashing Soap
Wednesday Feb 3rd Manna Meal - Nonperishable food items & $2 Dress Down Day
  • Canned Meats: Chicken, Tuna, Treet, Spam, Vienna Sausage Canned Beans, Legumes, Lentils, Soup, Peanut Butter and Cereals
Thursday Feb 4th Catholic Charities of WV-Toiletries and cold weather clothing supplies
  • Cold Weather: Hats, Scarves, Blankets, gloves, socks, hand warmers
    Toiletries: Individual wrapped tooth paste and brushes, hand wipes and toilet paper
Friday Feb 5th The Risen Lord Catholic Church Food Pantry (Clay County)- Food items
  • Peanut Butter, Canned Tuna, Canned Chicken, Rice, Dried Beans, Canned Green Beans, Instant Oatmeal, Macaroni and Cheese, Pasta, Soup, Crackers, Instant Mashed Potatoes, Cereal, Jelly, Instant Pudding, Bisquick, Vienna Sausage, Individual Packaged Tuna
Posted December 18, 2020
Read the December 2020 newsletter!
Dear parents and students,
    In addition to the havoc wreaked by the pandemic this year, there has also been division caused by a contentious election, economic issues, and racial injustice. Emotions are high and people are under incredible stress. It's easy to get caught up in complaining and criticizing. It’s much harder to take a deep breath and to imagine what another person may be experiencing. Earlier this fall I visited the sophomore English class during a discussion of To Kill an Mockingbird and since then I keep coming back to the Atticus Finch statement, "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it." Read more...
Posted October 14, 2020
Covid-19: CCHS Policies and Procedures
Click here to view CCHS Covid-19 Policies and Procedures
Posted September 28, 2018
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