Schools

Ms. Hardison (Cardinal Shehan School) Inspiring Students to “Rise Up”

Recently, it seems like the internet can’t get enough of the Cardinal Shehan School choir. We wanted to give you a quick inside look at the mastermind behind it all, Ms. Kenyatta Hardison. Ms. Hardison, who teaches music appreciation at Cardinal Shehan School, is a kind, witty person with a huge personality. She is also the Choir Director and...
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Mr. Pressimone (Archbishop Curley High School)

Helping Students Achieve Success Mr. Jon Pressimone, a 9th grade Theology teacher from Archbishop Curley High School, takes an active role in helping his students achieve academic success. Mr. Pressimone works with students on how to use their iPads to take notes, organize their information, and study for exams. By making sure his students are...
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Mrs. Zimmerman (St. Ursula School):

Enhancing Classroom Technology Integration Mrs. Julia Zimmerman assumed the new position of Technology Integration Teacher in the Fall of 2016 at St. Ursula School. With a sketch of what students would need to be technologically safe and technologically proficient, Mrs. Zimmerman plans lessons for the elementary and middle school grades focused on these two aspects....
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Two honored for support of Catholic schools in Frederick County

Al Edwards and Pam Zusi, longtime supporters of Catholic education, were honored with the 2017 John McElroy Award Oct. 3 by the Friends of Catholic Education. According to its mission statement, FOCE is “dedicated to providing a Catholic school education in Frederick County for all who seek it.” Since its founding in 1989, it has...
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Absent priest was man for others

When Anthony Zehyoue walks the halls of Loyola Blakefield or roams its football sidelines, he does so as an example of the universal church, mindful of the debt he owes to those who helped him get there.
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Opera baritone lifts spirits at Baltimore Archdiocese schools gala

An opera star who has performed in London, Madrid and Sydney, Greene was the keynote speaker at the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s ninth annual Gala for Catholic Education.
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Hagerstown Blue Ribbon involves multi-generational commitment

Family and faith traditions have also contributed mightily to the enduring power of the only Catholic parish school in Western Maryland.
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Hydes school students celebrate Blue Ribbon status

“I’m honored that we were recognized because our philosophy is that all children should have an opportunity to have a Catholic education,” said Christine Blake, principal of St. John the Evangelist School in Hydes."
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Four Archdiocese of Baltimore schools earn National Blue Ribbon status

St. John the Evangelist School in Long Green Valley and St. Mary Catholic School in Hagerstown received the distinction for the first time. St. Louis School in Clarksville and St. John Regional Catholic School in Frederick were honored for a second time.
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Curley soccer takes Reif Alumni Cup back from Calvert Hall  

“It’s a game that’s special for me because my freshman and sophomore year (we) lost it,” said Dragisics, who scored out what turned out to be the winning goal in the 39th minute
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Classroom passion runs deep in Westminster

A combined 65 years in the classroom. An endless supply of esteem for, and expertise in, Catholic schools. That’s what Antoinette “Toni” LaFlame and Barbara Ott bring to the 255 students at St. John School in Westminster.
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High schools ‘go and make disciples’

Well-known for their solid academics and structured discipline, Catholic high schools across the Archdiocese of Baltimore are also engaged in a third mission, in effect for 2,000 years: evangelization.
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