Catholic Education


School news: A business plan, math and science competition and leaders honored
Apr 16 2014
Students create a business plan, teachers and business leaders receive awards and young people engage in a math and science competition.

Loyola recognizes two Catholic school educators for outstanding literacy work
Apr 12 2014
"Can't" is one word that is not allowed in 32-year-old teacher Kristina Collins' classroom.

Bishop Walsh senior among 60 high school scholars honored
Apr 10 2014
High school students from across the Archdiocese of Baltimore were honored by the Department of Catholic Schools April 8.

Inside Sports: St. Mary’s lacrosse legacy spans generations
Apr 10 2014
Almost one-third of St. Mary’s students play lacrosse for the school. Some cradled a lacrosse stick before they were out of diapers.

St. Francis of Assisi School seeks International Baccalaureate status
Apr 08 2014
St. Francis of Assisi School embraces the charisms of its patron saint.

New York Catholic all-girls high school founded by U.S. saint to close
Apr 07 2014
In the end, the declining numbers trumped the best efforts of enthusiastic alumnae and parents.

Spalding stands out for commitment to sharing meals with homeless
Apr 07 2014
Catholic Charities of Baltimore recognized Archbishop Spalding March 31 for its contributions to Sarah’s House.

After uproar on talk on human sexuality, Dominican sister to take sabbatical
Apr 07 2014
In its statement, Aquinas College said, “The events and discussions that have transpired over the last two weeks reflect that there is something in this that surpasses an ordinary high school assembly.”

Austrians ‘glimpse’ into the lives of Baltimore Catholic students
Apr 06 2014
Seventeen students from Schulzentrum Friesgasse, a co-ed school in Vienna, recently spent 10 days in Baltimore.

Archdiocesan Statement regarding allegation against high school teacher
Apr 04 2014
The Archdiocese of Baltimore and Archbishop Curley High School have received an allegation involving a 33-year-old teacher.

Loyola University chemistry/bio major donates $1.5 million to the school
Apr 04 2014
“Loyola did something for me, and I want to do something for them,” said 1949 Loyola graduate Gordon Erberts.

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