Nathan Riordan

Class of 2022 Top 10 Students

The Catskill High School Class of 2022’s highest ranking students based on weighted grade point averages are: Valedictorian  Nathan J. Riordon, son of Mr. Michael J. Riordon and Ms. Michaele Williams-Riordon, and stepson of Aaron Hodor, will be graduating with a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation with Honors – Math and Science, and has received […]

Catskill Central School District

Important Information From Dr. Cook: Year-End Events

Dear Catskill Parents/Guardians, With the end of this school year near at hand, I want to remind you of the following important events and close-out procedures: June 14, 2022: Last day of in-person instruction for High School students June 15 – June 23, 2022: Regents Exams June 17 -June 23: Half-days of school for Elementary […]

Theresa Lux of Catholic Charities, Isaiah Hayden, Charlie Dubois, Jamiaha Linder, and Katie Oldakowski from the Mental health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties

CHS Students Take 1-2-3 in Suicide Prevention Poster Contest

Congratulation to Catskill High School’s Charlie Dubois, Isaiah Hayden, and Jamiaha Linder for taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, respectively, in the Columbia-Greene Suicide Prevention Coalition Poster Contest! As the 1st place winner, Charlie’s design (center) was made into posters and postcards that will be distributed across Columbia and Greene counties. The idea of the […]

CHS principal, American Legion members, and student pose for photo in front of Catskill banner

Weber, Brown & Leipman Win American Legion Essay Writing Contest

Congratulations to Catskill High School’s Emma Weber, Emma Brown, and Aiden Leipman for being named the winners of the American Legion Constitutional Essay Contest. The students took first, second and third, respectively, in the contest! You can read their winning essays here… Pictured left to right are CHS Principal Junait Shah, Allen Hotaling, Harold Overbaugh, […]

5th Graders Head to the Creek

Our area has unique outdoor opportunities and part of Catskill’s curriculum is getting students out there to enjoy them! In June, our fifth grade physical education classes headed to the tidal Catskill Creek to learn the fundamentals of kayaking and fishing. Our classes have been paddling on the creek for years, but fishing first became […]