Cathedral Catholic High School’s Ambassador for Christ Corps was organized in 1993 and provides community service and public relations outreach for the school.
- Ambassadors are often the face of the school to prospective students, on-campus visitors and the wider community. Ambassadors usher at Masses, guide school tours, allow students to shadow them to classes, assist with enrollment events and perform other duties as requested.
- Ambassadors pledge to follow the Ten Commandments and consider Jesus Christ as a role model, both on and off campus. Students of any faith may become an Ambassador for Christ.
- Students entering the 10th, 11th or 12th grades are eligible to become Ambassadors. Ambassador moderators interview and select applicants for membership based on factors such as spirituality, academics, enthusiasm to participate, time commitment and extracurricular activities.
- Incoming Ambassadors prepare for their membership and service by attending a training institute held in the summer.