High School Fairs
The Archdiocese of Baltimore, in collaboration with Catholic high schools, hosts regional fairs at local Catholic elementary schools. The event is open to private and public school students.
All regional fairs follow the same format which includes an "open session," where participating high schools host an exhibit table with admissions information and school representatives. Individual break-out sessions follow, providing families an opportunity to meet individually with a high school of choice, attending their presentation and asking questions. All are welcome and advance registration is not necessary. Contact
Laura Mooney with any questions.
|September 6||St. Louis, Clarksville|
|September 7||School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Homeland|
|September 8||St. Philip Neri, Linthicum|
|September 13||St. Joseph, Cockeysville|
|September 14||St. Francis of Assisi, Baltimore|
|September 20||St. John the Evangelist, Severna Park|
|September 21||St. Margaret, Bel Air|
|September 22||St. Ursula, Parkville|
|September 27||Monsignor Slade, Glen Burnie|
|September 28||Trinity Lutheran, Joppa|
|September 29||Immaculate Conception, Towson|
|October 4||Cardinal Shehan, Loch Raven|
|October 5||St. Clement Mary Hofbauer, Rosedale|
|October 6||Sacred Heart, Glyndon|
|October 11||School of the Incarnation, Gambrills|
|October 12||St. Mark, Catonsville - Fair for Students with Learning Differences|
|October 18||Immaculate Heart of Mary, Towson|
|St. Agnes, Catonsville
Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Ellicott City
|All fairs begin at 6:30pm, including Trinity Lutheran Fair. (*Note: The High School Guide incorrectly states that Trinity Lutheran Fair begins at 6:00pm)
Fairs begin with an open portion where schools meet and greet with families. School representatives then move to classrooms to meet with families in small groups. These breakout sessions last for approximately 25 minutes.
Registration is not required. Attendees may walk in!
Students of all ages enrolled in any school are welcome to attend.