Schools

Names & Numbers: Schools embrace environment; ‘Men in Black’ winners on basketball court

The latest installment of Names and Numbers features schools embracing to the environment, honors for a Baltimore hospital leader, musicians from a local high school and more.
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Team USA lacrosse abounds with Baltimore Catholic connections

Their championship pedigrees are among the reasons three players from Catholic institutions in Baltimore are on the roster of Team USA at the world championships in Israel.
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Cristo Rey graduate stands for social justice

Thirteen years after immigrating to the United States from Honduras, Riccy Amador left her mark in Baltimore as a leader in social justice awareness. 
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Graduation profile: Former Seton Keough student thrived at IND

Ryann Cooper found success at The Seton Keough High School and the Institute of Notre Dame, both in Baltimore.
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Graduation profile: Calvert Hall graduate already adept at urban planning

Matthew Kearney was inspired to think about how unused public spaces in Baltimore might be better used.
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Unique customs accentuate end of school days

Many Catholic schools in the archdiocese renewed senior traditions during graduation season.
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Kentucky educator named superintendent of Catholic Schools for Archdiocese of Baltimore

James Sellinger, Chancellor of Education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, announced July 2 the appointment of Dr. Donna Hargens, Ed.D., as Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Graduation profile: Mount Carmel graduate speaks volumes – and not just in English

Some teens waste time on video games. Not Andrew Martini, who has used them to further his interest in foreign culture and language.
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Graduation profile: St. Maria Goretti graduate is healthy, happy – and giving back

Abby Theis departed St. Maria Goretti High School with top grades – and more than 300 hours of service. What’s more, she did all that after struggling through her freshman year while undergoing treatment for leukemia.
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Archdiocese of Baltimore celebrates the Class of 2018

The Archdiocese of Baltimore congratulates more than 2,300 graduates of 19 Catholic high schools.
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Sister Catherine Phelps, longtime leader of Trinity School, dies

Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Catherine Phelps died unexpectedly June 15. A Baltimore native, she served as head of Trinity School for 47 years, twice leading it National Blue Ribbon recognition.
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Archdiocesan Teachers of the Year announced

Two teachers were announced as the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s 2018 Teachers of the Year June 12.
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