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Important Dates!

Dons Day – October 29, 2019
Fall Open House – November 16, 2019
High School Placement Test- January 25, 2020
Class of 2024 Applications Due- January 25, 2020
Application Documents Due- February 3, 2020
Tuition Assistance (FAIR App) Application Due- February 15, 2020
Student Interviews- February 5, 8 & 11, 2020
Admission Decisions Published – March 13, 2020
New Dons Night (social event)– March 26, 2020
Registration Deadline – March 31, 2020
Class of 2024 Welcome Orientation (academic orientation)– April 7, 2020

Easter Carnival– April 4, 2020

Families of current 5th, 6th & 7th graders encouraged to attend our Easter Carnival, however Future Dons of all ages are welcome

Cathedral Catholic High School Admission Policy

CCHS follows a selective admission policy. An Admissions Committee considers each applicant’s previous school records, recommendations, and placement test results. Testing is used as a tool to provide information to assist in the assessment of all applicants. In all cases, the school retains the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether or not to select a student for admission or re-enroll a student.

It is the policy of the school not to discriminate in violation of the law on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, or disability which is unrelated to the ability to enjoy the benefits of the school’s programs, facilities, or services. All persons are encouraged to apply.

Cathedral Catholic High School provides a tuition assistance program that is funded through the school’s annual budget. The purpose of the program is to make Catholic secondary school education as accessible as possible to a broad spectrum of students.

Admissions Guidelines for Catholic High Schools

All Catholic, secondary schools in San Diego offer a college preparatory education rooted in the values and tradition of the Catholic Church.  We each remain committed to fostering access to a faith-based education to as many students as possible. To process admissions applications quickly and be able to offer financial assistance to families who qualify we ask that families apply and take the HSPT placement test at their first-choice school.
Families are encouraged to contact the various schools early in the term to learn more about academic and athletic programs, campus ministry and retreats, prospective family events and extra-curricular activities.
  • Students are required to take the HSPT at the school they would most like to attend.
  • If, after the January 25 test date, a family changes their mind regarding the school of choice, there is no need to retest. Schools will transfer test scores at a family’s request.
  • Similarly, in order for a student’s application to be active at more than one school, families need to request scores to be transferred. In consultation with families, applications to the first school may or may not be considered withdrawn. In any case, a new application still must be completed at the new school of choice.
  • This process is designed to streamline our admissions processes so prospective families can receive enrollment and financial aid information promptly.

Interested in Scholarships for Your Incoming Freshman?

Get scholarship information and more on our Scholarship page. Please note that the awards available to incoming students will be noted with an asterisk (*).

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