Schools

Tempered by faith, St. John’s Catholic Prep grad pursues greatness

“My favorite classes,” said Michael Wohlfarth, salutatorian at St. John’s Catholic Prep, “were the ones that gave me a taste of what I might want to do with my life.”
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Mercy High School offers international scope

Christine Joy “CJ” Escobar, a native of the Philippines, and Catherine Zuzarte, a first-generation Pakistani-American, often feel torn between the lands of their parents and their American community. At Baltimore’s Mercy High School, however, they always felt at home.
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Mount de Sales graduate finds sense of community

From her volleyball teammates to her bandmates in productions of “Beauty and the Beast” and “Oliver!,” Zoe Kreisel found her community at Mount de Sales Academy.
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Results Oriented: John Carroll’s Hinke engineered for giving back

Nick Hinke built an impressive resume  at The John Carroll School in Bel Air: atop a class of 162 students, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and central defender on the soccer team.
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K-8 schools that closed left a mark on students

When St. Thomas Aquinas Elementary School in Hampden and John Paul Regional Catholic School in Woodlawn closed their doors for the final time at the conclusion of the 2016-17 school year, students weren’t the only ones to experience grief.
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Rapid Response: Maryvale runner ready to take on hackers

To the dismay of corporate recruiters, Emily Craig’s  cyber security career will have to wait.
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More than 2,200 graduate from 20 Catholic high schools in Archdiocese of Baltimore

Twenty Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore graduated a combined 2,210 seniors this spring.
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‘Sisters’: Seton Keough students say farewell

Students, faculty and staff expressed sadness over the school’s closing, 28 years after the merger of Archbishop Keough and Seton high schools, but hope as well.
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Loyola Blakefield upsets its way to first baseball title in 71 years

Loyola Blakefield scored seven runs in the sixth inning to cap a baseball comeback that was 71 years in the making.
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BOOST scholarship program accepting applications

Scholarships range from $1,000 to $4,400 each, with the highest amount going to students who qualify for the federal government’s free or reduced-price meals program and are transferring from public schools.
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Calvert Hall students livestream sports action on school’s website

While this was not an ESPN telecast, the students livestreaming audio and video of game remained focused and worked as if the Ravens were playing the Steelers.
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Baltimore archdiocesan superintendent of Catholic schools named to leadership position with NCEA

Dr. Barbara McGraw Edmondson, superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore since 2010, will leave the position at the end of June to serve as chief leadership and program officer for the National Catholic Educational Association.
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