Central Catholic High School , is a Catholic, co-educational, college prep secondary school in Toledo, Ohio. It is operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo and is the largest Catholic high school in the area. CCHS was founded as Cathedral High School in 1919, with its name change in 1920. The school, which is located one mile northwest of Downtown Toledo, offers three possible degrees: standard, college prep, or honors. It has received two School of Excellence Awards and the Drug Prevention Award.HistoryToledo Central Catholic High School evolved from the old St. Francis de Sales High School on Superior Street in 1914, to Cathedral High School on Collingwood in 1915, to the school we know today as Central Catholic High School in 1920. The idea of a centrally located Catholic high school was a new idea in the United States. Bishop Joseph Schrembs, parish priests, parents, and parishioners saw the advantage of having one large, centrally located high school rather than 25 small high schools scattered around the city. CCHS credits the visionary actions of these leaders in the founding of Central Catholic High School.School BodyCentral Catholic currently has an enrollment of 700 students. Central Catholic is blessed with great diversity. 72.11% of the students at CCHS are White, 24.14% are Black, 3.41% are Hispanic, 0.24% are Asian/Pacific Islander, and.08% are American Indian/Alaskan. There are 85 classroom teachers with a student-teacher ratio of 14.45.International Baccalaureate ProgrammeCentral Catholic was named an International Baccalaureate World School on February 6, 2009. The IB Diploma Programme is a two-year, college preparatory programme for students aged 16 to 19.
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