Cleveland Central Catholic High School

6550 Baxter Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44105

At Central Catholic, we are known as a strong community of faith. Since 1969, Cleveland Central Catholic (CCC) has been bringing young people together to learn, live and serve as one family in Christ. Our community remains vibrant in the many ways our students are prepared to succeed in their own endeavors while also learning to serve others. CCC is large enough to provide ample opportunities for student activities while also being small enough for each student to be known by name. Our school offers a wide variety of activities (athletics, theater, music, community service, yearbook and newspaper, clubs, etc.) that provide our students with safe and fun ways to develop skills and make friends for life.

Virtual Open House
No date mentioned at this time.

Application Deadlines
Application open for 2021/2022 in February 2021 and will continue through Fall 2021.

Tuition & Tuition Assistance
Yes, there is a tuition, along with tuition assistance.

Available Scholarships
There are many academic scholarships available based on student performance at the 7th/8th grade level and students take our placement exam to potentially earn extra scholarship money. Once the student is accepted into CCC, student academia is closely monitored for additional scholarships.
* Ed Choice
* Cleveland Scholarship
* Jon Peterson Scholarship

Scholarship Application Process
Complete the placement exam at the time for which they are offered.

Academic Program/Extracurricular Activities
We are a college and career readiness school where we understand all students learn differently. We encourage each student to tap into their passions and abilities so they may go forth and be great leaders of the 21st century. We are known for our College prep courses, honors courses, AP courses and college credit plus opportunities. We offer basketball, softball, baseball, football, wrestling, volleyball, cheerleading, bowling, track and cross country.

100% Graduation Rate

91% of students attend a 4 year university and 9% go on to enroll into a trade school, military or enter the workforce after graduation.