Cleveland Central Catholic is a coeducational high school rooted in Gospel values and Catholic tradition. CCC educates and prepares diverse young men and women for the future and challenges them to excel and deepen their faith to responsibly serve God, church and community.
Located in Cleveland’s Slavic Village neighborhood, the campus is just minutes from downtown.
Characterized by an infectious school spirit, the Cleveland Central Catholic Ironmen and Lady Ironmen represent a long-standing athletic tradition. Our school mascot, the Ironman, is rooted in the school’s city origins where steel mills were central to the Cleveland economy. The idea of being an Ironman connotes strength of character and leadership in all areas, including athletics. Words from the refrain of our alma mater say it all: “Creative mind and spirit as our guide, blue, red and white our colors worn with pride. As Ironmen united we will stand, for we have learned to conquer hand in hand.”
Cleveland Central Catholic is a member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) and the North Coast League (NCL). Other teams in this competitive league are: Archbishop Hoban, Beaumont, Benedictine, John F. Kennedy (Warren), Lake Catholic, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin, Padua Franciscan, Saint Joseph Academy, St. Thomas Aquinas, Trinity, Walsh Jesuit, and Villa Angela-Saint Joseph.