Catholic Education


Inspired by his parish, St. Margaret’s Church in Bel Air, Loyola Blakefield graduate Rory Syzmanowski planned a fundraiser to support the churches sister parish, St. Rose of Lima Parish in Haiti, for his senior project. A legacy was left behind as a senior from the Class of 2017 is expected to continue Rory’s original project. (Kevin J. Parks | CR Staff) A Man for Others: Blakefield grad’s service extends to Haiti
Jul 02 2016
Rory Szymanowski left a legacy of service at Loyola Blakefield.

NDP graduate has world view
Jun 30 2016
A broken ankle helped lead Miya Dubler down a path that could take her around the world.

All the world a stage for ‘Big Steve’
Jun 29 2016
Steven Alford took advantage of every chance he had to perform during his four years at Mount St. Joseph High School.

Some 2,300 graduate from Catholic high schools in the Baltimore archdiocese
Jun 26 2016
Twenty Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore graduated a combined 2,298 seniors this spring.

Curley valedictorian looks to outer space
Jun 23 2016
He will attend the Universty of Maryland, College Park, where he plans to study aerospace engineering on a “space track.”

Visitation Academy to close June 30
Jun 20 2016
Visitation Academy, a storied Catholic school in Frederick that has operated since 1846, will close June 30.

Interim Mount St. Mary’s president eyes the long haul
Jun 20 2016
Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg announced the appointment June 20 of an interim president, one who is interested in taking the job on a permanent basis.

No rest for Calvert Hall scholars
Jun 10 2016
Three Distinctive Scholars from Calvert Hall all journeyed through the school's McMullen Scholars Program.

$1 million donation to help Mercy High School students learn globally
Jun 09 2016
Mercy High School has received a $1 million donation – its largest single gift from an individual donor – from philanthropist Mary Catherine Bunting.

Applications open for new scholarship money for non-public schools in Maryland
Jun 01 2016
There is new state scholarship money – $5 million – available for K-12 students who wish to attend non-public schools.

John Carroll School extends mercy to mother, son from Nigeria
May 30 2016
Mike Tertsea's classmates raised $1,763 and $500 was donated by teachers to bring Tertsea's mother from Africa for his graduation.

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