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Mr. Smith hosts Villa alumni event

Mr. Smith hosts Villa alumni event

Olivia Buckel, Senior Editor-in-Chief November 30, 2022

A “Coffee and Conversation” event with new president Mr. Smith was held in the Cathedral Prep Student Life Center on Monday, Nov.  21. In this meeting, Mr. Smith provided Villa graduates with an update...

Prep teams compete at Gannon University’s Differentiation Bee

Prep teams compete at Gannon University’s Differentiation Bee

Gabe Allegretto November 28, 2022

Representing Cathedral Preparatory School in a battle of wits, the school's brightest minds tackled complex math problems at Gannon’s Differentiation Bee earlier this month, For the past several years,...

Childrens Grief Awareness Day

Children’s Grief Awareness Day

Kendra Piotrowski, Multimedia Coordinator November 23, 2022

Cathedral Prep showed there support on Nov. 11 for grieving children. Those who participated in the dress down, wore blue and donated $2 to show support for Children’s Grief Awareness Day. Children’s...

National Vocations Week

National Vocations Week

Olivia Buckel, Buckel November 21, 2022

The Catholic Church celebrated National Vocations Week from November 6-12, and Cathedral Prep’s Chaplain Father Jason Feigh celebrated this week in his own unique way. National Vocation Awareness...

Gannon University meets with seniors

Gannon University meets with seniors

Alicia Gonzalez , Staff Writer November 18, 2022

Cathedral Prep’s Senior class was fortunate to hear from Gannon University on Nov. 7 in the H. David Bowes Auditorium, as representatives presented the opportunities Gannon offers. President Keith Taylor...

Students prepare for box village

Students prepare for box village

Matt Kalie, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

Each year Prep hosts an event called box village. Box village has traditionally been organized by Fr. Jason, and this year and for the future, it was also organized by Mrs. Grenci. Box village is where...

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Henry Abercrombie , Staff Writer November 16, 2022

On August 3, 1990, George H. W. Bush issued that Native American Heritage Month would take place during the month of November. Native American Heritage Month was created in order to celebrate the history...

Seniors train to be Eucharistic Ministers

Seniors train to be Eucharistic Ministers

John Santone, Junior Editor November 16, 2022

Seniors at Cathedral Prep have begun training for Eucharistic Ministry. Select Seniors have volunteered to join the faith community at Prep. Eucharistic Ministers help at Mass to distribute the host....

Open House draws large crowd of prospective students

Open House draws large crowd of prospective students

Matt Kalie, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

There is a lot that has to go into open house for Cathedral Prep. It is a really big selling point for the school for bringing more student in for the next year whether they are transfer students or 7th...

Quarter Sessions to retain traditions with minor changes

Quarter Sessions to retain traditions with minor changes

Dominick Scarpino, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

Historically, every quarter, the Cathedral Prep and Villa Maria Academy students, faculty, and staff would come together to celebrate the academic achievements of its students. Their events were previously...

AVI Foodsystems seeks feedback from students

AVI Foodsystems seeks feedback from students

Luke Costello, Multimedia Coordinator November 14, 2022

One of the most overlooked things in a school system is lunch. In America, about 64 percent of kids buy lunch at their respective schools. Many students who do buy lunch really overlook the process the...

NHS and Student Council bring Fall Fest to MTA

NHS and Student Council bring Fall Fest to MTA

John Santone, Junior Editor November 14, 2022

Cathedral Prep students from the National Honors Society and the Student Council held a Fall Festival at Mother Teresa Academy on Friday, Oct. 28. From 1-3 p.m. students from all grades at Mother Teresa...

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