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Physicals for 2015-2016 School Year

Physicals for 2015-2016 School Year

Physicals will be offered to we like it levitra overnight delivery all incoming students, athletes, and to our community here at Cathedral High School for everyone looking to participate in any sport or club activity this academic school year 2015-2016. Custom mouth piece will be available on hand for both days and for all ages. Dates: July 11, 2015 & August 1, 2015 Time: 8:00 to 12:00 Noon - NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED Place: Cathedral High School-MPB / 1309 N. Stanton Street,...

Construction has come to Cathedral #5

Construction has come to Cathedral #5

1. Dramatic progress has been made on best price for tramadol the careful demolition of the old patio as crews save the original girders but break up everything else. You can clearly see the pool lanes in one photo. All rubble has to be hauled out by carts.2. The rooftop HVAC units have arrived and were put into place by a huge traffic-stopping crane. There are actually four different types of effect of viagra on women HVAC being used in this project. The old...

Construction has come to Cathedral #4

Construction has come to Cathedral #4

1. In the new building, ceiling tiles on the first floor have been removed and thrown out. Swamp cooler vents on the first and second floor are being cut up and thrown out.2. In the pool area, the old concrete bleachers have been demolished. Work will begin on demolishing the patio above between the best price cialis online girders.3. In the old building, vents for the new HVAC rooftop units are being put into place. Lockers have been taken...

Construction has come to Cathedral #3

Construction has come to Cathedral #3

1. All of the swamp coolers were removed from the rooftop of the new wing. Crews have begun to cut holes for vents in the old wing. It takes about two hours to cut through six to www.strattonpublishing.com eight inch slabs of cement. Daylight can be seen through the rooftop holes. The plastic was to contain the water which is poured during the cutting process. Most of the existing ceiling tiles were thrown away in the...

Construction has come to Cathedral #2

Construction has come to Cathedral #2

Construction has come to Cathedral #2: All of the swamp coolers have been disconnected and will come off of the roof early this coming week. All of the classrooms in the old wing (1923 building) have had holes cut out of their ceiling to prep for the final HVAC vents which will drop directly from the new units to the we like it cheap canadian pharmacy classrooms. The new drop down ceilings will come down to the level of original online viagra the molding...

Roberto Pinedo Signing

Roberto Pinedo Signing

Congratulations to senior, Roberto Pinedo, and his parents on the occasion of signing to swim for the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio. Team mates, family and www.y-e-n.net friends were on hand to herbal alternative to cialis witness the happy event. Beto gave a heartfelt speech of thanks to everyone who made this journey with him. Coach White and Beto spoke with local media about this scholarship.

Honor Inductions

Honor Inductions

Congratulations to all of the students who were inducted into Cathedral High's various honor societies at a ceremony this past week. Members were inducted into the National Honor Society as well honor societies for Spanish, math, science and art.

10th Annual Irish Run / Ricky Lozoya

10th Annual Irish Run / Ricky Lozoya

The start of our 10th Annual Irish Run involved a surprise for senior Ricky Lozoya. Chief Justice Barajas had been notified weeks ago that this impressive student-athlete would be one of twenty students across the nation to receive the $20,000 scholarship from Foot Locker. Ricky and his family were able to enjoy this wonderful moment surrounded by his Cross Country/Track teammates and Coach Adrian Dodds '98. Proud faculty members, friends, and the CHS community joined...

Gates Foundation Millennium Scholars

Gates Foundation Millennium Scholars

It is with great joy and sincere humility that announce that a record twelve seniors have been named Gates Foundation Millennium Scholars. They are: Halimi Barrueta, Hector Chaires, Jose Echeverri Ricardo Guzman, Axel Hidalgo, Mario Llamas, Jose Lopez-Licon, Ricardo Lozoya, Mauricio Perez, Rogelio Prieto, Victor Terrazas and Emilio Urias. Congratulations to their families and www.roli-guggers.de to our faculty. We offer special thanks to Chief Justice Barajas, Luis Lujan, Peter Salas, Jordan Ramee, and Alex Kummert for...

Easter Basket Drive

Easter Basket Drive

The Spanish Honor Society led their Annual Easter Basket Drive to benefit children of lifeinabundance.org limited means for the upcoming holiday. Thank you to so many families who made donations, to the students and to Ms. Garibay, Mrs. Hernandez and Mrs. Murphy.

UT El Paso Scholarships

UT El Paso Scholarships

Ms. Rosa Silva and Mr. Christian Corrales from UT El Paso were on campus today to surprise five CHS seniors with scholarships. One student received an Academic Scholarship and four were given the Presidential Scholarship. Senior parents and senior counselor, Mr. Lujan, were on hand to add to get viagra drug online the surprise. The five scholarships totaled $70,000 over four years. Congratulations to the families of Seung Lee, Noah Martin, Juan Carlos Pena, Ricardo Lozoya and Mauricio Porras....

Seth Brown Speaks

Seth Brown Speaks

Cathedral strength and it's cool cialis india pharmacy conditioning coach, Seth Brown '05, was the i recommend cialis generico next speaker in the Men of Iron/Men of Gold series. He pointed out that lifting 500 pounds was easy in comparison to being a man of faith in today's world. Coach Brown reflected on three guiding principles in his own faith journey. Accept responsibility for your actions. Be honest and genuine. Be positive; don't be angry. Our Cathedral community is blessed to have such a...

Alamosa City Service Trip

Alamosa City Service Trip

Service learning always involves the opportunity to see another part of the world. Our seven students enjoyed one day off from their labors of construction to enjoy the beauty of southern Colorado. One treat was to visit with Alamosa City Councilman Jan Vigil '06 who was very excited to host fellow Irishmen. Thank you to Ms. Buck, Brother Mariano and Mr. Loweree for being chaperones. Thank you to Abraham Gonzalez for all of the great...

Admiral Samuel Perez 76'

Admiral Samuel Perez 76'

Admiral Samuel Perez '76 was on roguelephant.com campus today to speak with juniors interested in attending a service academy. The admiral shared his own journey from an area farm boy to working at the Pentagon. He encouraged each student to generic viagra mexico work toward their dream and aim high. The admiral also spent some time visiting with students at lunch. He enjoyed discussing China with students who went last summer as well as congratulating some state champions for...

Alamosa service trip

Alamosa service trip

A group of lowest price for cialis very committed CHS students are hoping to spend Spring Break helping to build a home with Habitat for Humanity in the agricultural community of Alamosa, CO. You can learn more about how you might help them at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/habitat-for-humanity-alamosa.

Faculty retreat

Faculty retreat

The CHS staff and faculty gathered for a Day of Recollection at the pastoral center. The head of Campus Ministry, Mr. Saucedo, briefed the staff on Catholic social teaching and how it could be further incorporated into school experience. Everyone worked together to prepare baskets for the Center Against Family Violence. We were blessed to have Stephanie Karr, the Executive Director of CAFV, make a powerful presentation on the myriad of services which the center...

Writing Symposium

Writing Symposium

Men of Faith give back to their community so it's a great testament to our young alumni that they return to help current upperclassmen with the scholarship process. Gates Scholar Juan Pablo De Los Rios '13 (UT Austin) shared his application experience with our students. Gates Scholar Jose Negrete '14 (UT Austin) and Kevin Peters '14 (Texas A&M) put aside their rivalry to http://www.toscanalifesciences.info/get-cialis help edit essays! Gates Scholar Enrique Licon (USC) also came in last week...

Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots

The Toys for Tots Drive was a huge success thanks to the participation of most of wow it's great how much does levitra cost the student body We were able fill all six boxes provided by the viagra canada pharmacies Marines plus an additional two. In total, 432 toys were collected which means that 432 children will be receiving Christmas presents this year. Thank you to all of the families who participated the faculty who promoted the drive and to Student Council for organizing this event....

Confessions

Confessions

We're grateful to the many priests of our diocese who have enabled our students to participate in the Sacrament of Reconciliation on campus. Most recently, Father Angel (St. Charles Seminary), Father Alan (St. Patrick's), Father Ron (Sacred Heart) and Father Miguel (Our Lady of Mount Carmel) listened to the confessions of students and staff

Miles visits

Miles visits

Junior and we recommend buy xanax online senior Miles Scholars gathered this week to have CHS alumnus Michael Miles present them each with a copy of Killing Lincoln, the assigned reading for this year's cohort. Sofia Lorkin Appleby from the Foundation Office of the Diocese joined the group. The Michael and Clara Foundation provide over twenty scholarships for Cathedral families