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The admissions office is still accepting inquiries and applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Please get started by clicking this alert or email our admissions director Mike McAndrews at mmcandrews@cardinalmooney.org

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COVID-19 Updates & Online Learning Info

Please use the information on this page as a resource to enhance your students online learning experience during the Covid-19 closure. We know these are difficult times and rest assured the staff at Cardinal Mooney Catholic has worked diligently to provide a platform for learning for our students. We will continue to bring LIVE face to face instruction on a daily basis to our student body. Please see the letter below from our principal Mr. David Evans explaining our new online instruction. God Bless and stay safe and healthy!
 
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Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School is dedicated to educating students of all faiths in a Catholic, Christ-centered environment. 
 
  • 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
  • 99% College Acceptance Rate
  • Over $3.5 Million in College Scholarships for Class of 2019

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Admissions Office is still OPEN!!

The admissions office is still accepting inquiries and applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Please get started by clicking this alert or email our admissions director Mike McAndrews at mmcandrews@cardinalmooney.org

MHSAA cancels Winter/Spring sports

The sad reality of our current situation is the hard decisions that have to be made. We agree with this decision by the MHSAA for the health and safety of our student athletes. But we share in their disappointment and want to honor and thank all our winter and spring athletes for the way they have represented our community.

Letter from the AOD Superintendent

Please see the attached letter from the Archdiocese of Detroit superintendent addressing the recent executive order from Governor Whitmer regarding the rest of the academic school year.