Cathedral recognizes that mental health and social-emotional tools are essential parts of learning. We offer family and child support to our community, as well as make referrals to outside services.
Mental Health Support
Mental health support has always been an essential part of the culture at Cathedral. We strive to give our students the skills to be aware of their own emotional states and the strength to seek out and access emotional and mental support without stigma or shame. Mental health counseling is available for boys at every grade level as well as for parents. Our school counselor does one-on-one counseling for both urgent and ongoing situations as well as small and large themed groups. The school counselor is also available to refer students to outside providers when families are looking for ongoing services for their son.
Learning specialists at Cathedral work with teachers, parents, administration, and students to help address learning challenges faced by students. For boys who either have a diagnosed or suspected learning difference, the learning specialists will help guide parents and students to appropriate support services both inside and outside of the school, as well as monitor these students in the classroom on a regular basis.