Students at Catholic High develop the 21st century skills needed to become successful in their academics, their future careers and the world around them. The following skills are incorporated within our educational vision:
Our student-run help desk is a full-warranty repair shop for the Fujitsu computers. The help desk assists students with troubleshooting and maintaining their computers.
Hours: 6:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Location: Room 123
Each student’s Fujitsu laptop is covered by an Accidental Protection Plan, purchased by Catholic High School through Fujitsu Accidental Protection.
Click here for information about the coverage provided by Catholic High School through Fujitsu America.
Additional insurance for student laptops is available through the Worth Ave. Group. There are no changes in policy premiums from the 2015-2016 school year to the 2016-2017 school year. To renew your policy, you may contact the Worth Ave. Group customer support center at 1-800-620-3307.
Please note: All claims through the Worth Ave. Group must be processed through the Catholic High School help desk.
Additional Insurance Information and Application
Moodle is the learning management system used by Catholic High teachers and students. In Moodle, teachers can post documents, assignments, links and more. They can also provide an area for online testing, discussion forums and turning in digital documents. Students are given their login information prior to the start of school. Parents are welcome to view their child’s classes by using the Moodle guest access. Using this access will only allow a guest to see content such as documents, assignments, the class calendar and other non-sensitive data.
Parents who cannot view their child’s class, due to Moodle’s denied guest access, should contact the teacher of the course.
To download the instructions for viewing classes in Moodle via guest access, click here.
Catholic High School uses PlusPortals as the student reporting system, where both parents and students can see grades, check schedules, access report cards and view student demographics. Parents and students are sent login information via the email address on file. Students are sent this information through their school Gmail accounts (@chsbr.net). For the 2016-2017 school year, returning parents are sent the login information via the issued @chsbr.net Gmail accounts as well.
We would also like all parents to transition away from the @chsbr.net Gmail account and use their personal email accounts.
PlusPortals has an easy access smartphone app. This app can be found in iTunes or GooglePlay. Simply search “ParentPlus” or “StudentPlus”. When prompted for the school name during setup, enter “catholichigh”, without quotation marks.
Download information about the PlusPortals mobile app here.
We would like all parents to verify and update their demographic information by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To download instructions on how to edit demographic information in PlusPortals, click here.