Great Falls Central Catholic High School 10.30.19

Policy Highlights


If there is a question about any academic report, the student and/or the parent may request an appointment with the teacher to discuss the report.

Report cards may be withheld pending payment of fines, fees, or tuition.


Students earning a failing grade due to excessive absences and incomplete work in any class may lose their eligibility to participate and/or compete. This is determined by weekly grades. Students participating in MHSA activities will comply with the academic eligibility rules.

Thanks from Stampede Club

Stampede club would like to thank the following people for making the fifth annual Spirits of Central fundraiser a success!

Major contributors: Elevation 3330, Mighty Mo Brewing Company, Canyonville Golf Club, Jason & Tammy Madill, Paige and Doug Nicholson, & Mike and Miriam Walters

Food and/or time: Wendy Newman, Dan Baker at Albertsons, Kyla Anderson, Renee Vincent, Leslie Brady, Ann Ambuehl, Teresa Brown, Cindy Aderhold, & Melissa Balderrain.
Congratulations to Mrs. Warren and Mr. Aderhold for winning the longest drive competitions! They each won a basket full of goodies, gift cards and a membership to Canyonville golf club!

Lastly thank you to the following students Drew Newman, Quin Pray, Avery Holden and Shane Girres for helping with the golf competition.

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Adoration and the Rosary

Friday, Nov. 1st, 6:30-7:30am

2800 18th Avenue South

Great Falls, MT

Join us for Adoration and the Rosary each Friday in our chapel.

Coming UP

  • Parent/Teacher Conferences 11/7-8
  • Mass with the Bishop 11/7
  • Veterans Day Mass 11/11
  • Speech and Debate meet 11/16
  • Senior Retreat 11/17-18
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Fall Back and enjoy an extra hour of sleep Sunday!

Time Change is HERE! Daylight Savings ends Sunday. We want to see you on Monday the 4th refreshed and renewed by that extra hour.
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All Saints Day Mass Friday

Mass will be on Friday this week instead of Thursday. Please help your student remember to wear his or her uniform on Friday.

Playoffs are here!

Volleyball playoffs against Cut Bank begin at 10:00 in Choteau on Friday. A pep bus will accommodate up to 44 students, and we will have one leaving at 9:00, immediately following Mass. All students planning to attend MUST pick up forms in the office and return a permission slip to the office by Thursday morning. There will be no late slips accepted nor any email or phone permission allowed since this trip is out of town. Students will need $7 for gate admission, and lunch money to purchase lunch there or bring a sack lunch. All students on the pep bus will be returning by 1:00.

Football playoffs against Ekalaka will begin at 1:00 in Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Tickets will be on sale at the gate and passes are not good for post-season play. There is a tailgate party at 11:00 put on by a local business at 2600 10th Ave S., and we'd love to see you stop by and support our generous sponsors.

We love the support of all our Mustang fans and hope you can make one of our athletic events this week.

Concert Highlights

Last night was our first concert of the year and it was beautiful. Holy Spirit Church hosted our student band and choir for their musical debut, and we couldn't have had a more reverent backdrop for their amazing progress.

Our new band teacher, Ms. Molly Wilson, directed the band students in beautiful pieces that moved the soul. I was stunned by their progress and their fantastic skill in only one quarter of working together. Two of those students were All-State finalists! She also is giving guitar lessons during the day and those kids recorded their piece for us to listen to as the sets were changed between the choir and band. She brings in symphony performers to work with specific instrumental students during classes and overall has worked so hard to make this year something the students benefit from. Her music network is wide and it benefits your kids.

Our choir director is an alumni of Central, Kody Diekhans, and his 7:00 am class is well attended, even though it is in zero period. His choir has already performed for the University of Providence and the All Schools Mass. They did not disappoint last night either with their moving pieces. The solo by Rocky Vance was haunting. This group also had All-State finalists and it shows. 10 of the students in this choir have been chosen for the state Honor Choir and they will be traveling this semester to perform in that. They are also already committed to other performances around the city. You won't want to miss the next opportunity to hear them.