Catholic Education


IND’s Legendary Sister Hildie eyes active retirement
Oct 05 2016
Over the years, Sister Hildie, now in her mid-80s, has filled various roles at the all-girls high school – running the school store, tidying the building and organizing student clubs, to name a few.

Names & Numbers: Pasadena Knights of Columbus donate $30,000 to parish
Oct 05 2016
This installment of Names & Numbers includes news of major grants, the profession of first vows for a woman religious and more.

Putting students first earns Blue Ribbon for St. Joseph School in Fullerton
Sep 29 2016
Students’ happily shrieking, copious blue balloons and Kool and the Gang’s “Celebration” playing, it was clear that something was going on at St. Joseph School.

Family feel, modern tools lift OLPH School in Ellicott City to national Blue Ribbon honor
Sep 29 2016
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City was was one of 329 schools named a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Sept. 28 by the U.S. Department of Education.

Ellicott City, Fullerton parish schools earn national Blue Ribbon award
Sep 28 2016
St. Joseph School in Fullerton and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City received the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award.

Benefit for Catholic education raises spirits, $800,000
Sep 27 2016
The more than $800,000 expected to be raised by the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s annual gala for education will support 160 scholarships and more.

Archdiocese of Baltimore welcomes new principals, presidents
Sep 23 2016
Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic schools welcomed 10 new presidents and principals for the 2016-17 academic year.

Tough love: Young men call St. Frances Academy home, literally
Sep 17 2016
The Residential Life Program at St. Frances Academy provides a home for male student from unstable situations.

Archdiocese establishes scholarship in honor of state senator's advocacy
Sep 16 2016
In recognition of his work for school choice in Maryland, a scholarship in the name of State Sen. DeGrange has been created.

NDP teacher, ‘history nerd,’ fit in at GW’s Mount Vernon
Sep 15 2016
Notre Dame Prep history teacher earns summer fellowship to study at George Washington's plantation in Virginia.

Former employee gifts Loyola $2 million for science and education scholarships
Sep 14 2016
A planned gift – the largest by an employee in Loyola’s history – will create endowed scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students.

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