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Catholic Central

For people who value an academic and community-based educational experience, Catholic Central School is the only system in the Springfield region that fosters "whole person" excellence and character building: encouraging students, parents, alumni and staff to "Get Centered" by being part of an institution that is:

- Committed to Academic Excellence
- Supportive in building a lifelong Community
- Rooted in a foundation of the Catholic faith. 


Catholic Central Class of 2016!

Class of 2016 



CCS Students Place
First and Second
in Mathematics Competition

Top Awards in Math

Eighty-six students in grades ten through twelve throughout Clark County participated in the American Mathematics Competition in February. Kyle Foley and Daniel Ritter placed #1 and #2 in the county and received special recognition along with cash prizes from Clark State and Johns Hopkins at the Hollenbeck-Bayley Conference Center on Thursday, April 14. Congratulations to Kyle and Daniel!



Congratulations Jake Gutierrez

Jake Gutierrez

Jake Gutierrez has accepted a scholarship to
wrestle at St. Catharines College in Kentucky.
Congratulation and Good Luck Jake!


Summer Camp/Resources

Happy summer from the City Connects department! We want to let you know about some awesome opportunities for students and families this summer. There is a variety of summer programming and camps - in everything from academics, sports, the arts, and more - right here in Springfield and the surrounding areas! If you are looking for a great way to keep your student involved, engaged, and prepared for fall, check out the list of opportunities compiled by City Connects.  Click here for all the information!




Upcoming Events

May 26 - 7pm
Kuss Auditorium

May 27
No School - Principal's Holiday

May 30
No School - Memorial Day

May 31 - June 2
Final Exams Grades 9-11

June 2
Last Day for Students





Catholic Central School

1200 E High St Springfield, OH  45505
High School: 937.325.9204 / fax: 937.328.7426
Limestone Elementary (PK - Grade 2): 937.399.5451
High St. Elementary (Grades 3-8): 937.324.4551


Remember to recycle your paper in the green bins at all of our campuses! Recycling newspapers, magazines, shopping catalogs, office and school paper, and mail helps us raise money and helps us all be a little more earth-friendly!