Schools

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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Plank

Baltimore Catholic school students meet Plank, their benefactor

With music, dance and games, children from four Catholic community schools in Baltimore gathered May 9 to celebrate their being the first “Plank Scholars,” a new part of Partners in Excellence (PIE).
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NDP senior lacrosse players manage academics, time and winning

Be ready with the spiritual weapon of faith because the biggest battle facing the Swiss Guard today is fighting the devil and worldly vices, Pope Francis told the guard’s members.
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Ss. James and John students enjoy Women’s Education Alliance tea party

Becoming a future filmmaker, teacher and crime scene investigator were just a few of the dreams shared by fourth- and fifth-grade girls from Ss. James and John Catholic School in Baltimore during a morning tea hosted by the Women’s Education Alliance.
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Family links to Bradshaw school go back to 1940s

When Keegan Preis walks down the aisle at the graduation ceremony for St. Stephen School’s class of 2017 in June, it will be a bittersweet moment for his family.
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Commitment to Immaculate Heart of Mary School transcends generations

“It has always felt like a community and a family here – always,” Terri Archibald said.
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