Cathedral earns an A

Department of Education evaluates Indiana schools every school year

Megaphone Staff

As students take their final exams on Dec. 13, Dec. 14, Dec. 15 and Dec. 16, doing their best to earn top grades, they can rest assured that their school has earned such a grade from the Indiana Department of Education.

Statement released by Principal Mr. Dave Worland on Dec. 15:

“Yesterday the Indiana Department of Education released 2015-2016 school accountability grades, and we are pleased to share that once again Cathedral High School has earned an A letter grade.

“This accomplishment comes on the heels of our recognition in November by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School for the third time.

“Such recognition at the national and state levels is evidence of the life-changing work of our students, parents, faculty and staff. Our students also come to us having been prepared incredibly well by the nearly 150 schools they attended prior to enrolling at Cathedral, and significant support from the Cathedral family and Indianapolis community helps make this all possible.

“As a Holy Cross Catholic high school, we are called to transform the lives of young people, giving them the competence to see and the courage to act. We are blessed to have this opportunity and responsibility, and we look forward to doing so for the next 100 years. We ask that you continue to pray for our school going forward.

“In the meantime, we are proud of this recognition by the state. Congratulations, and Go Irish!: