Schools

New leaders take up service at eight Catholic schools

Eight schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are under new leadership this year.
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Forming leaders: New program at Maryvale Prep offers experience beyond classroom

As director of Maryvale Preparatory School’s Leadership Institute, Mary Ellen Fise is dedicated to developing innovative methods that will form the lions of society.
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Mount St. Mary’s product: PIE scholarship ‘changed my life’

Alexis Watson is employed by the Mount as a program coordinator in alumni engagement, and already knows her way around development and marketing, having served as the face of its “Live Significantly” campaign during the previous school year, which put her on radio, TV and billboards. None of that would have happened, according to Watson,...
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Calvert Hall’s champions include marching band

TOWSON – While many of their peers enjoyed an extended summer, members of the Calvert Hall College High School marching band honed their craft in the heat.
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First day for three Catholic schools includes Archbishop Lori, other visitors

On the first day of school Sept. 4, Archbishop William E. Lori – accompanied by Jim Sellinger, chancellor of education, and Donna Hargens, superintendent – visited schools in Harford and Baltimore counties.
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Spirit of service begins early at Holy Angels

“Created for Good Works” is the theme for 2018-19, the year of service in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. That is an ethos that students at Catholic schools embrace long before they enter high school.
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New superintendent excited about ‘Year of Service’

Encouraging students to reach out to others through community service has always been a critical part of Catholic education. This year, however, helping others is getting even more attention as the Archdiocese of Baltimore has declared the 2018-19 school year a “Year of Service.”
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Educators gather for Catholic schools convocation in Timonium

Educators gathered at the Church of the Nativity in Timonium for the eighth-annual convocation to kick off the 2018-19 year.
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Archbishop Lori’s Homily: Catholic Schools Convocation 2018

There are many things that make our Catholic schools special but one of the main factors in their excellence is yourselves. Your faithfulness, your care and concern for your students and their families, your dedication above and beyond, your competence in the classroom and beyond – all of this makes our schools wonderful places of...
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Men’s soccer returns to Mount St. Mary’s after five-year absence

For the first time since 2012, the Mountaineers took the field in an NCAA game Aug. 24, when they played host to Bucknell at Waldron Family Stadium and lost, 2-0.
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Knights of Columbus land in Baltimore, bearing $1 million gift

Supreme Knight Carl Anderson presented the Archdiocese of Baltimore with a $1 million gift from the Knights for a new K-8 school to be built on Baltimore’s west side.
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Loyola graduate students engage children in summer reading program

More than 50 children registered – free of charge – for daily one-on-one or small group sessions from June 27 to July 27. The weekday hour-long sessions, under the umbrella of Loyola Clinical Centers
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