Schools

Catholic Review survey shows Catholic high school tuition remains more affordable than most nonpublic schools

Catholic high schools are more affordable than most of their peers, as evidenced in the Catholic Review’s annual survey of cost of attendance among non-public schools within the Archdiocese of Baltimore, which encompasses Baltimore City and nine counties.
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Bishop Parker celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Bishop Adam Parker visited several Catholic schools in the Towson area as part of Catholic Schools Week celebrations.
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Trending up: Some schools see substantial enrollment gains

Enrollment at the 19 Catholic high schools, three middle schools and 42 K-8s in the Archdiocese of Baltimore remains stable across the board, thanks in part to the BOOST scholarship program – and innovative leadership and marketing.
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Changed landscape: Girls’ athletic programs at Catholic high schools elevate their game

The annual showcase basketball game between the Institute of Notre Dame and Mercy High School serves as another reminder of how far athletics have come at Catholic girls’ high schools.
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Special Olympian ‘a light that shines’ at Gambrills school

Gogue is in her 15th year as a valued member of the Incarnation community, where she works in the after-school program and volunteers as a classroom helper.
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Northeast Baltimore schools collaborate in service   

Five schools in Northeast Baltimore collaborated to collect canned goods for local food pantries, allowing the students a fun way to compete and serve others at the same time. In the 2018-19 competition, more than 10,000 cans were collected.
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$10 million to BOOST, more updates, as General Assembly begins

Two weeks into the 2019 Maryland General Assembly, measures supported by the Maryland Catholic Conference are getting attention in Annapolis.
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USCCB education secretary is used to thinking outside the box

Mary Pat Donoghue, the new education secretary at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, knows that Catholic schools have to be creative not just to compete, but sometimes to survive.
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Future city Catholic school receives $3 million donation

The future Mother Mary Lange Catholic School in Baltimore is $3 million dollars closer to opening its doors.
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Sister Ursula Tisdall, OSF, taught at Rosedale school

She ministered primarily in education and pastoral care, including teaching at St. Clement School in Rosedale from 1961 to 1968.
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Thanks to Coach Clatchey, Mount St. Joseph alums dot the basketball map

The University of Maryland men’s basketball team which plays in Baltimore Dec. 8 includes two starters from Mount St. Joseph High, where coach Pat Clatchey has built a distinctive record of success.
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