School nurse Mrs. Marianne Vogt
Nurse, principal note Covid challenges, successes
Ainsley Danilson, Reporter • May 27, 2021

Due to coronavirus, this school year presented difficulties to overcome for both students and staff. “It’s been challenging, but the school has done great,” said School Nurse Mrs. Marianne Vogt '86.  Adjustments...

State press association honors Megaphone
State press association honors Megaphone
Megaphone Staff May 24, 2021

For the sixth time in the last seven years, the Indiana High School Press Association has named the Cathedral High School student newspaper, the Megaphone, a Hoosier Star finalist. Out-of-state judges evaluate high school...

Math teacher Mrs. Shana Field says she agrees with the decision for spring semester final exams to count for only 10% of the semester grade.
Exams will count for 10% of spring semester grade
Jack Schneider, Reporter • May 20, 2021

In the past, semester finals have accounted for up to 20% of a student's semester grade, but the administration has decided that all exams this spring will count 10%. Teachers, including math teacher Mrs. Shana Field, are...

This year, Covid also affected school’s social media
His good friends recall their memories of Lendon
A Cathedral legend prepares to leave
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While many of high schools in Central Indiana were online, Cathedral provided in-person instruction safely and effectively.
Editorial: Effective leadership made our year work
Megaphone Staff May 12, 2021

With exemplary leadership and a commitment from every member of the Irish family, we made it through a challenging year, and for that, we can take much pride. Through all the trials and tribulations,...

Students, faculty and staff gathered on campus on May 2 to honor the memory of junior Lendon Byram.
Editorial: Remembering our friend and classmate
Megaphone Staff May 7, 2021

In a tragic two-car crash on the evening of Saturday, May 1, the Cathedral family lost a member of the Class of 2022, junior Lendon Byram. Lendon was on his way to prom at Hamilton Heights High School,...

Studying, as was the case for this student on April 16 in Loretto, is necessary for classes now, but should not be necessary for finals in May, if the administration were to cancel those exams.
Editorial: Administration should cancel semester finals
Megaphone Staff April 19, 2021

Given the challenges of this bizarre and challenging year, the administration should cancel finals for all four grades this semester.  This year has left most of us collapsing into our beds at night,...

Editorial: AP Capstone program is a welcome addition
Editorial: AP Capstone program is a welcome addition
Megaphone Staff March 15, 2021

AP Capstone is a new two-year program the school will offer starting next fall. school year. The program constitutes a vast change compared to the traditional AP classes and tests, but all of it is planned...

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