Sister Lucia Haas has made the decision to hand over leadership of Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School after 39 years of service in order to return to Chardon, Ohio and her fellow Sisters of Notre Dame. A mass in All Saint’s Chapel and a catered reception was held in her honor during May with Msgr. Gerard Finegan, former colleagues, faculty, staff, students, and families.
You can learn more about Sister Lucia’s tremendous legacy of service through this article written by Karen Christie (Class of 2002) in the Florida Catholic.
We will miss Sister greatly and appreciate all that she has done for our school. On behalf of the entire Cardinal Mooney community, we wish you peace, happiness, and God’s many continued blessings.
Student Athletes Commit to Colleges
Front row: Matt McDonnell (Lacrosse-University of Michigan), Jack Koscho (Football-Carnegie Mellon University), Adrianno DiLorenzo (Football-FIU), Dalton Plattner (Baseball-FIU)
Back Row: Ashton Horiuchi (Lacrosse-Wittenberg University), Max Smyley (Baseball-University of Redlands), Alec Stettler (Cross-Country/Track-Westminster College), Katherine Pepe (Swimming-Birmingham Southern College)
Mr. Ben Hopper
Attention Cougar Fans!...Our District Champion Boys Lacrosse team will be competing in the first round of Regionals on Friday night at HOME. The team takes on Canterbury and the game starts at 7:00 PM. It’s a WHITE OUT! Let’s fill the stands! We hope to see you...read more
Attention girls interested in playing basketball next year… there will be a meeting next Tuesday April 24 at 2:45 in room 103. Please mark your calendars for next Tuesday.read more
Cardinal Mooney would like to thank all students, faculty, staff, and families who contributed to our 2018 Muscular Dystrophy Association Shamrock donation. With our on-campus and family participation we collected $1167.00 in eight days. Because of the generosity of...read more
About Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School
To those who know life as a member of the Cardinal Mooney family, there are few places they’d rather be! We distinguish ourselves by helping students achieve their goals through a quality education centered in Gospel values. Our approximately 500 students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to make their Catholic faith a foundation for all of their learning. Upon visiting our serene yet sprawling campus, you will soon realize that All Saint’s Chapel is a centerpiece and symbol for the development of the whole person, both academically and spiritually. Having been designed by a local architect whose child attended our school, it’s entirely due to the support of our families and the community that we are able to continue serving you with our mission.