At the beginning of December, Moreau Catholic High School’s Social Justice Leadership (SJL) team partnered with Saint Anne Catholic Church Youth Ministry (SAYM) and the Youth Advocates for Change (YA4C) to conduct three drive-through donation drives to collect warm coats and socks. The drives were held in Hayward, Union City, and Danville, following county guidelines […]
Last revised 12.30.20 Mission Statement Moreau Catholic High School is dedicated to the legacy and values of the Congregation of Holy Cross and its founder Blessed Basil Moreau. We are a college-preparatory school committed to outstanding achievement. As a community of faith, we prepare our students through academic, social, and spiritual learning experiences that form […]
President Terry Lee will leave Moreau Catholic at the end of June to begin his new role.
Having a diverse curriculum with an emphasis on social justice has always been a draw for me as a teacher.
The Moreau Catholic High School community stands with all those who are seeking racial justice right now. The recent killings of George Floyd in Minnesota, Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, Steven Taylor in San Leandro, Sean Reed in Indianapolis, Tony McDade in Florida, and Adrian Medearis in Houston have affected us all. […]
Congratulations to our Class of 2020 Valedictorian, Simer Shera, and Salutatorian, Maria Charles! Simer Shera is graduating with a GPA of 4.31, has completed 657 hours of service as part of her Holy Cross Social Justice (HCSJ) hours, and is president of DECA, which won Academic Club of the Year! She is waiting to hear […]
Twesha Ghosh ’22 competed at the Alameda County Science and Engineering fair, which took place March 6-8, 2020. Her inclusive project, “Reach-Able” – the elevating wheelchair, won the Chevron Innovation Award as well as the Directors Special Award. The Chevron Award is a $500 scholarship given to students who demonstrate integrity, trust, diversity, ingenuity, partnership, […]
On Thursday, March 12, 2020, Moreau Catholic became the first high school in the Oakland Diocese to voluntarily close the campus and immediately implement distance learning as a precautionary measure to the COVID-19 pandemic. While other schools in the area soon followed, many were not able to implement distance learning as quickly or efficiently as […]