EAST CATHOLIC BLUE AND WHITE (School Song)
East Catholic youth, we bravely aim
For vision and for might
To earn the high, exalted name
Of those who champion right.
Our own in contest game, or life
Will wage a valiant fight
Which shall in days of joy or strife
Enhance the Blue and White.
Four years together on the hill
Where fir trees meet the sky
Too soon the call to test our skill
And bid a sad good-bye
But still when two or three shall meet
And old tales shall recite
Our hearts will gladden to repeat
This pledge to Blue and White.
Coat of Arms
The upper left quarter is taken from the coat of arms of the Archdiocese of Hartford and identifies the school as archdiocesan. The second quarter, with its crown of three stars, symbolizes Mary, the Mother of God, and is taken from the coat of arms of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, the religious community affiliated with the school since its founding. The third quarter depicts two earthen jars which recall the wedding feast of Cana, the school’s patronal feast from which the school’s motto is taken. “Do whatever He tells you.” The fourth quarter is taken from the coat of arms of John XXIII, Holy Father at the time of the school’s dedication.