Cathedral Spirit Week was a huge success, and we hope you were able to celebrate with us! Click here to check out Spirit Story Videos that were shared on our social media channels in case you missed any.

There is still time to contribute video and photo tributes to Dr. John Vitale, Chaplain Patti Welch, and Ms. Ann Bryant before June 12

You can also make a gift to the Annual Fund and help us meet the Alumni Challenge: an anonymous donor has pledged to donate $5,000 if we can increase the number of alumni gifts by 50% before June 30! Click here to support the Annual Fund.

About the Cathedral School

The Cathedral School was founded in 1901 as a small, tuition-free boys choir school. The boys selected to reside at the school were provided a “musical and grammar education absolutely free.” Their only expenses were uniforms and books.

While much has changed in the intervening century, the commitment of our alumni has not. Alumni dating as far back as the 1930s call and write the school, visit campus, contribute to the Annual Fund, attend the Absalom Jones Benefit, and much, much more. They represent one of the most loyal groups in education, and their lifelong passion for their alma mater is a moving testament to the lasting effects of our unique K-8 program.

Please contact Mary Jo Rohrer, Special Events and Community Relations Coordinator, if you have any updates or archival material you would like to share. Alumni are encouraged to stay in touch with The Cathedral School by emailing us or submitting an alumni contact form
"The most important lessons I learned at Cathedral were an appreciation for the world's diversity and a sensitivity to differing perceptions of the truth"
- John Weiler '75

"Cathedral School was an incredible experience for me! I will never forget!"
- John H. Williams, Sr. '82

“I cherish the academic foundation and friends that Cathedral gave me, and I will be forever thankful to the school, the faculty, and the staff.”
- Madeleine Rumely ’99

"Cathedral School was a great four years of my life. Even though I had come in 4th grade and most of the children had been there since kindergarten, we all became closer than ever and I felt like I had a family there."
- Anneliese King '03

Upcoming Events

Class of 2016 College Send Off
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Connection

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