Telling the Story
Sister Mary Black recognized for her years of service at Cathedral High School.
Applied Learning Center Officially Opened at Cathedral High school
Opening the next chapter in the 92-year history of Cathedral High School, a crowd of alumni, students and families, staff, partners, and benefactors gathered at the school’s South End campus to witness the dedication and official opening of the new Applied Learning Center. To read more about the learning center click here: https://cathedralhighschool.net/news-stories/applied-learning-center-officially-opened-at-cathedral-high/
The president of the school’s Board of Trustees, Paul Chisholm, highlighted the special role of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, several of whom were present for the grand opening. The building was originally their convent and this renovation includes several aspects honoring their decades of hard work and dedication to Cathedral High School.
Sister Mary Black was also honored. The Administration and Development Office was named
after her. A plaque outside the Administration and Development office states, “In recognition of her devotion and years of service to Cathedral High School, this Administration and Development Office is named in honor of Sister Mary Black, CSJ.” (L-R) Sister Mary beside the door inscription; Sister Mary beside her picture hung in the office.