Diversity in the Community
Diversity at Cathedral does not start at our front doors, it is much bigger then that. Cathedral also gets involved with many diverse community events as well. Below is a list of diversity events, both on and off campus, that Cathedral tries to have some part in.
-(16-20) Diversity & Multicultural Week
- (3) Cinco DeMaya
-Diversity Advocate Award
-Indiana Black Expo
-Circle City Classic Coronation
-Diversity Awareness Month Program/Training
-National American Indian Month Celebration
-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
-Black History Month Celebration
-Irish American Celebration
-CLD Awards Dinner
-National Women’sMonth Celebration
-Diversity & Multicultural Week
-Diversity Advocate Award
Diversity News & Events
8th IAPSDC Student Diversity Conference hosted by Cathedral HS
This year Cathedral High School will be hosting the 8th Annual IAPSDC Student Diversity Conference. This event wil be held on Saturday, September, 22, 2012. This years message is "Social Justice: Reaching Beyond Diversity" with guest speaker Paul Gorski. Click here for details on this event and information on how to register.
Black History Month Recognition & Dinner Program
For the past 8 year the diversity department at Cathedral High School has hosted a Black History Month Recognition & Dinner Program recognizing local minority leaders. This event is held in February (Black History Month) every year. The event typical includes a theme that will incorparate a meesage that is centered around things going on in the local community as well as a distinguished guest speaker. For more information on this event please contact Ramona Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see more details for this years event click here.
Valentine's Day "Mixer"
The Cathedral High School Black Alumni Council (BAC) hosts a Valentine's Day "Mixer" for students. This is a relatively new tradition at Cathedral High School. This event includes music, fun and refreshments which typically follows a home basketball game just prior to Valentine's Day. This is a great way to combine the school spirit of a basketball game and for the diversity department at Cathedral to show their thanks for all the help everyone provides school wide to help deliver the message of the importance of diversity at Cathedral High School. For more information on this event please contact Ramona Powell at email@example.com. To see more details for this years event click here.
Diversity & Multicultural Week
This Cathedral tradition is an entire week focused on celebrating the many cultures of the world. During this week many student activities are put together to help expose the students to the many cultures from around the world. For more information on this event please contact Ramona Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see more details for this years event click here.
Cinco de Mayo Celebration
Cinco de Mayo is a day of Mexican pride and heritage. To celebrate Cinco de Mayo Cathedral's diversity department hosts the "Cinco de Mayo Celebration". This event is held every May and includes Mexican food and festivities. For more information on this event please contact Ramona Powell at email@example.com. Information for this event will be posted here as this event approaches.