Campus Rebuild Updates
The rebuilding of the Cardinal Newman High School campus is in full-swing following the Tubbs Fire of October 2017, which destroyed a large portion of campus. While we now work on plans, design, and funding for a NEW Student Union and NEW Chapel, work is underway on our NEW 2-Story Classroom Building, consisting of 22 classrooms, all of which were lost in the fire! We anticipate being able to use this new state-of-the-art building at the start of the 2021 school year.
Watch the Live Stream Video of our NEW Student Union & Library being built!
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Shovels in the ground for our New Student Life Center & Library! June 29th, 2021
Bishop Vasa moves the first bucket of dirt!
Co-Chairpersons Mary Louise and Tim Bucher, CN '82 give a toast!
Groundbreaking Ceremony on NEW 2-story Classroom Building~ June 22, 2020
Due to COVID-19, a small number of people were on campus for this momentous occasion! Watch the video as Bishop Vasa moves the first bucketload of dirt!
NEW 2-story Classroom Building Renderings
NEW Student Life Center to begin construction in June 2021 with goal to be complete by Spring 2023
NEW Chapel to be built in the center of campus wit construction coinciding with the NEW Student Life Center & Library
While major planning, drawings, design, fundraising and thought was being put into the very important classroom building, Student Life Center, and Chapel, some smaller projects were able to be completed simultaneously.
NEW Turf Stadium Field
An effort to build and fund a NEW turf stadium field began before the fire hit! The new field was able to be installed in time for the 2019-20 sports season! This field is utilized by many different teams throughout the school year.
North Permanent Classroom Renovation
The North Permanent Classroom Building was heavily damaged in the fires, leaving four classrooms destroyed and four classrooms heavily damaged. This project renovated the entire North Permanent Classroom Building, which was completed in Spring 2019.
Baseball Field Renovation
The All-Weather Turf Field at the Baseball stadium was heavily damaged by the fire. Renovations to the field and dugouts have been completed, along with a new batting cage.