The country’s first free Diocesan Catholic high school is expanding its footprint in Center City, ceremonially breaking ground on a new visual and performing arts center that serves as the first phase in Roman Catholic High School’s bold $25 million expansion campaign dubbed “A Vision of Promise.”
Roman Catholic High School officials ceremonially break ground on the new Howard Center for the Arts on Tuesday, May 30. The center is part of a long-term campus expansion plan.
On the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I, students at Roman Catholic High School remembered graduates who served in the “war to end all wars.”
An advanced placement history class of seniors gathered in the school library for the special observance
No objection: Roman Catholic High School claimed its fourth consecutive victory at the John C. Bradway High School Mock Trial Competition. Above, Roman co-captain Christian Dellavella, of Torresdale, alternates between prosecutor and defense attorney roles during a mock trial
On Sunday, March 12, Roman Catholic High School’s Varsity A Mock Trial Team defeated Germantown Friends A Team to capture its fourth consecutive Mock Trial city title. 2017 has been the most successful season for Roman’s Mock Trial program.
The student-athletes of the swimming program at Roman Catholic High School recently completed a valuable service project in an effort to help the less fortunate in their local community.
It was quite the weekend for Roman Catholic’s basketball team. The Cahillites secured two crucial Philadelphia Catholic League wins against Bonner-Prendie and Archbishop Ryan, now finding themselves siting in the No. 2 spot in PCL rankings with a 6-1 league record.
Roman Catholic sophomore Seth Lundy snatches a defensive rebound in front of Haverford School's Christian Ray late in the fourth quarter of the championship game of the Don McBride Classic basketball tournament Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 at Haverford. Roman went on to win, 66-60
Seth Lundy (above) has been Roman Catholic's leading rebounder this year as well as a versatile scorer. (Photo: Josh Verlin/CoBL)
Chris Kuhar wasn’t even supposed to be the one with the ball in his hand. He just happened to make the biggest play of the game.
When you have a name like Lynn Greer III, attention is going to follow
Thomas "Hockey Puck" McKenna furrowed his brow before Roman Catholic took on host Bonner-Prendergast in Catholic League action Friday night.
Dak'Quan Davis (above) and Roman Catholic are up to 6-1 in PCL play after beating Archbishop Ryan. (Photo: Josh Verlin/CoBL)