School starts on Monday, August 29, 2016 for all students. Students will receive a copy of their schedule on Monday morning in their Advisory. The first bell to go to class rings at 8:40 am. Students riding a bus to school should be sure to be AT their stop at least 20 minutes prior to the stop time. Welcome Back!!!
We are requesting assistance from parents and community members to volunteer for our Cougar Concessions for JV and Varsity Volleyball and JV and Varsity Men’s Soccer this Fall. Please use the link below to sign up for a time. If you have any questions please contact CATA Assistant Principal Josh Wall at Josh.firstname.lastname@example.org. All concession funds support the entire athletic department. Click here to sign up.
The NHS Application Period has begun! Juniors and Seniors with a weighted GPA of 4.5 or higher were emailed an invitation to apply for Central Academy's National Honor Society Chapter. Please check your school email for details and links to apply. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Christensen.
Union County Public Schools will have four Early Release Days during the 2016-2017 school year (October 3, December 7, February 15, March 22). The days will allow teachers and staff to participate in professional development sessions. On early release days, lunch will be served and buses will run according to the adjusted schedule. CATA will start the day as normal at 8:50, but will end at 12:30pm. Click here to access the entire early release schedule for the system.
Everyone at CATA is getting ready to start off the school year right! Get excited CATA Cougars!!
During the week of July 11th, seven Student Council students went to a leadership workshop held at the Mars Hill University campus. This camp is offered for student council members across North Carolina in the hopes of bringing new ideas together.
How do you compete and win on a national stage on Broadway all the while, keeping stage fright from taking control? Amina Faye, a 2016 graduate of Central Academy of Technology and the Arts, feels her attitude helped keep her nerves at bay, allowing her to give an award-winning performance.
On May 17th and May 19th, the English II classes of Ms. Foreman and Dr. Tarlton had the opportunity to participate in a field trip to the Levine Jewish Community Center in Charlotte. During this field trip, the students had the pleasure of hearing a local Holocaust survivor, Irving Bienstock, speak about his experiences.
Central Academy of Technology and Arts was nominated for awards in 12 of 12 Blumey Award Categories for their production of Ragtime. On May 22, 2016 CATA received four Blumey Awards at The 2016 Blumey Awards.