College Road Trip
1100 Miles Traveled
9 College Visits
35 CMHS Students
Amazing College Guidance Counselor planning an awesome experience…
Freshmen, Wednesday, January 30.
Upperclassmen, Wednesday, February 6.
9:00 a.m. Grandparent(s) and Students attend Mass
in the CMHS Chapel with a light reception to follow.
Please R.S.V.P. with Student and Guest Name(s) by
Friday, January 25, 2019 by clicking here: R.S.V.P.
60th Anniversary Gala
Join us on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at the Founders Club!
Contact the CMHS Office of Advancement at 941-379-2647
Cardinal Mooney Christmas FundYour contribution can be mailed directly to the school at 4171 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota, FL 34232 or simply dropped off at the front office by Monday, December 10, 2018. Please make checks payable to Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School and include Christmas Fund in the memo section. If you prefer to donate by credit card, simply click here:
Best of luck to all of our Cougar teams competing on the road today. Tennis takes on Sarasota Christian, Softball is at Booker, Girls Lacrosse is at Riverview and Track and Field will be making their debut at Shorecrest in their first meet of the season. Let’s Go...read more
Congratulations to our Cougar Teams that all posted victories last night in their season openers. Softball beat Southeast, Girls Lacrosse beat Calvary Christian and Boys Lacrosse shut down Manatee 18-0. Baseball also beat Bradenton Christian in the preseason...read more
Hey Cougar Fans...Today is the Season Home Opener for both Girls Lacrosse and Softball. You can catch Girl's Softball in their big debut against Southeast (Away at Southeast High School) at 4:00 PM.* Girls Lacrosse will face-off against Calvary Christian at 6:00 PM...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.