Catholic Education


Mount St. Joseph seeks to restore order to wrestling world
Feb 11 2016
Come the evening of Feb. 13, Mount St. Joseph would dearly love to have order restored to the high school wrestling world.

Antonio Liburd is among the seventh-graders at Ss. James and John School in Baltimore, where the January 2015 death of a classmate elicited help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore Department of Catholic Schools. (Jennifer Fulginiti/Special to the Review) In worst of times, archdiocesan crisis team there to help
Feb 07 2016
Ss. James and John welcomed help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s crisis team after a murder-suicide impacted school family.

Pledging their kindness
Feb 05 2016
Kindness is spreading in schools throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore, thanks to Annabelle Arnold, a senior at The Seton Keough High School in Baltimore, and a powerful movie.

Survey of tuition, fees displays value of Catholic high schools
Feb 04 2016
The Catholic Review provides information on the costs of area Catholic and private high schools.

Knott grants change students’ lives
Feb 03 2016
Since its founding in 1977, the Knott Foundation has awarded $55 million in grants. Most went to education – and most go to Catholic schools.

Modern Methods: Westminster school marks 150th anniversary, embraces future
Feb 03 2016
As the only Catholic school in Carroll County marks its 150th anniversary, times have changed.

Frederick legacy serves as backdrop to Catholic Schools Week kick-off
Feb 01 2016
Archbishop Lori helped kick off Catholic Schools Week with a special Mass at St. John Regional Catholic School in Frederick.

IND tops Mercy as ‘The Game’ turns 50
Jan 30 2016
The Super Bowl is an international brand, but in Baltimore, nothing elicits more passion than “The Game.”

Names & Numbers: Catholic schools in the news
Jan 29 2016
In advance of Catholic Schools Week, Names & Numbers focuses on Catholic education.

Values - economic and otherwise - major reason non-Catholics choose Catholic schools
Jan 29 2016
“We teach the Catholic faith without making any kids feel left out,” said Karen Murphy, principal of Resurrection-St. Paul School.

Catholic school students go to great lengths to serve
Jan 28 2016
Young people see service as a way of living out the Gospel message.

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