Founded in 1961, Archbishop Curley High School is a college preparatory institution staffed by the Conventual Franciscan Friars. Located on a 33 acre campus in Eastern Baltimore City, Curley enrolls 535 young men from all parts of the Baltimore Metropolitan area. With 34 full time faculty , Curley men are educated in a three-tiered college preparatory curriculum designed to address varying ability levels with 98% of the student body attending college. With a 14:1 student to teacher ratio, numerous AP offerings and the introduction of our iPad program, Curley continues to sit at the forefront of education in the Baltimore area.
Dedicated to developing all facets of the “Curley man”, our school features a co-curricular program that includes a competitive athletic program and an extensive list of clubs and activities. Curley’s dynamic arts program allows for students to participate in our instrumental music and choral programs as well the theater and visual arts. The arts program is housed in the 12,000-square foot Holthaus Center for the Arts. This state of the art facility was completed in 2010 and includes numerous rehearsal rooms, the art studio and classrooms.