Welcome! Cathedral School is a special place. You see it in the faces of our students. You feel it in the enthusiasm of our faculty and staff. You hear it in the voices of our volunteers, and you experience it in the warm and welcoming embrace of our parent community.
We are a school with a rich tradition of academic excellence and service, in a faith based community. As you explore everything Cathedral has to offer, we invite you to visit us and meet our faculty. Come see firsthand how we're preparing another generation of children for a life of learning. If you would like more information on our school or you would like to schedule a tour, please call the school office at 217-523-2652. We always welcome visitors to come see what makes us unique and we look forward to having you join our parish and school family.
A Note from the Principal – Friday, May 15th, 2015 Dear Parents and Students, While the majority of the students still have seven more days of school, today was the last day for our 8th grade students. It was a very exciting day! The entire school looked on as they had their traditional silly string [...]Read More
Principal Letter Friday, May 8th, 2015 Dear Parents and Students, Congratulations to the recent 2nd graders that received the Sacrament of First Communion this past weekend. Please continue to keep these children in your prayers as they continue to grow in their faith. Congratulations to: Jamie Ciotti, Ty Copelin, Reid Craddock, Aiden Culbertson, Sophia Fernandez, [...]Read More
Principal Letter Friday, May 1st, 2015 Dear Parents and Students, Congratulations to our 8th grade class as they were pinned this past week with their blue and gold ribbons, at the 8th grade ribbon ceremony. This is truly a symbol of the last few weeks of their time here at Cathedral. Thank you to all [...]Read More
Principal Letter Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 Dear Parents and Students, This week being Holy Week, we realize we are nearing the end of the forty day period of fasting, prayer and penance. This Lenten journey began with a promise of change. Did your student keep their Lenten promise? Or if like many, it was not [...]Read More