Traditions have been a foundation of Monte Cassino since 1926 and the Middle School is one of the places where these traditions stand strong.

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  • Stations of the Cross

    During Lent, the sixth grade class acts out the Stations of the Cross in the Chapel. The Stations of the Cross commemorate 14 key events on the day of Christ's crucifixion.
  • May Crowning

    This Mass takes place in May, month of Mary Mother of God, and it is the concluding religious ceremony for the eighth graders. During the Mass, the elected May Queen, her attendants and the elected St. Joseph Representative are recognized.

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  • Sports Banquet

    The All-Sports Banquet is held in May and is a recap of memorable moments from students' athletic experiences while at Monte Cassino. All students are invited to the banquet.
  • Lessons and Carols

    This is a beautiful and original Christmas tradition performed by the eighth grade students. It is a "tableau," which means that while the story of Christmas is narrated (in the context of the Salvation History) by seven students, other groups of students intermittently enter the church to form a representation of this event.