Schools

Baltimore Archdiocese educators encouraged to make ‘spiritual truths evident’ 

More than 1,300 Catholic school teachers and administrators assembled Aug. 29 at the Church of the Nativity with Archdiocese of Baltimore leaders to open the new academic year with a call to leadership. 
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Fifty years after first making mark at Curley, Hoffman eyes finish line

Gene Hoffman will make his 46th full school year at Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore his last.
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New leaders to see Baltimore Archdiocese schools into 2020s

Nine Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore have new principals for the 2019-20 school year. They include the first lay leaders of elementary schools in Frederick and Howard counties, and a new order of women religious providing direction at Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Baynesville.
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Miceli remembered as servant to family, faith, Calvert Hall

Augie Miceli’s 60 years of service to Calvert Hall were remembered during a July 3 funeral Mass at the cathedral.
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Class of 2019: Tiny start, big finish for Maimone twins at Mercy High, Loyola Blakefield

Connor and Kayleigh Maimone’s connection to Mercy High, which includes an Eagle Scout project and a graduation, began with their 2001 baptism there.
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Class of 2019: St. Mary’s Doud excelled as equestrian, advocate for immigrants

In addition to being the valedictorian at St. Mary’s High in Annapolis and an accomplished equestrian, Aidan Doud is active in helping immigrants adjust to the U.S.
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Class of 2019: Addison found a home at St. Frances Academy

Hosea Addison, who found a home at St. Frances Academy, experienced the thrill of playing for a football powerhouse and the agony of a winless baseball team.
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Class of 2019: Mosca was an anchor for Catholic High, in more ways than one

Brooke Mosca, a co-valedictorian and three-sport athlete for The Catholic High School of Baltimore, is headed to St. John’s University in Queens, N.Y.
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Class of 2019: Spirited scholars put on a happy face – even if it isn’t always visible

It takes an abundance of school spirit to get behind the mascot costumes at John Carroll, Maryvale Prep and Loyola Blakefield.
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More than 2,260 students graduate from Catholic high schools in Baltimore Archdiocese

More than 2,260 students graduated from Catholic High Schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore this year, with 98 percent of them heading to college in the fall. Learn more about this year’s graduations below and be sure to check back in the coming weeks for featured profiles of graduates. To view photos from select graduations,...
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