"Pro Deo et communione ducere et servire... For God and Community, to Lead and to Serve"

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School Conference Sign Up   

Following is the link to sign up for Columbus Catholic High School Conferences on Monday, Oct. 20 from 4:00-8:00 pm, Tuesday, Oct. 21 from 4:00-8:00 pm, and Thursday, Oct. 23 from 9:00-1:00.  The student passwords were sent home in the Family Folders on Friday.  Please call the school office if you have difficulty with the sign-up. 

Schedule Columbus Conference

Columbus Drama Department presents, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." Only two performances so get your tickets early. A great show and fun for all ages and tastes.

Invite your family and friends to enjoy the wonderful talent of our high school and middle school students. Who doesn't love anything chocolate?

From the CVCS Business Office

Annual payments & the first payment for semi-annual payers were due August 31st. If you haven't made your payment, please do so either at the school or the CVCS office. 

If you wanted to make payments with FACTS and haven't received confirmation of your payment schedule, contact the CVCS office at 232-1422. 

If you applied for tuition assistance or feel you need help with your child's lunch cost during the year, you can apply for Free or Reduced Lunches. You can apply online at http://ezmealapp.com. You can also request a hard copy of the application from your school. If you have questions, contact Mary Jones at 233-3358 ext.125 or mjones@cvcatholic.org. You can apply at any time throughout the year & if approved will receive assistance with the lunch cost from that point forward till the end of the current school year. Just like for tuition assistance, you must apply each year.

Where Inspiration meets Preparation

Every day at Columbus Catholic High School, we strive to define excellence as we prepare students to achieve success in college, their career and in life. At Columbus Catholic High School, instruction occurs in a disciplined environment of accountability, fairness and sincerity. Valuable life skills, such as critical thinking, communicating clearly and problem solving, are nurtured through a variety of teaching approaches, clear expectations and practical applications.

A Catholic education at our high school fosters the values of human dignity, responsibility, the importance of family, informed citizenship and moral decision making.

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