The 2013-14 school year marks Calvert Hall's 169th year of providing a Catholic college preparatory education in the Lasallian tradition. From our first Mass celebrated with 100 students under the direction of Brother Francis McMullen, FSC on September 15, 1845, to our years at "The Old Hall" at Cathedral and Mulberry Streets, to today’s 1200 students at our Towson campus; we are proud of our storied history.
Led by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, a dedicated faculty works collaboratively each day to develop the uniqueness in each of our students. Academically, the love of learning and the pursuit of knowledge are valued. Twenty-two Advanced Placement courses, individualized scheduling, emphasis on technology and college placement are testaments to our commitment to academic excellence. Our extra-curricular program featuring fifty-five clubs and thirty-nine athletic teams promises something for everyone. Learning not only takes place in the classroom, but on the stage, athletic fields, in clubs and through service opportunities.
During his valedictorian speech at graduation, Zach Rowe ’13 spoke about his intellectual development as a McMullen Scholar and the well-rounded person he became through his involvement in activities. Above all, he said he most valued the brotherhood he felt as a member of our community. We strive to make sure every student has this same experience.
We are extremely grateful to our many benefactors, including alumni, spouses, family and friends who support Calvert Hall's mission of providing a diverse community of young men. We encourage you to continue your support, to stay engaged and to be involved in this wonderful school. Working together, Calvert Hall will continue to be a school of excellence that produces Men of Intellect, Men of Faith and Men of Integrity!
|Frank Bramble, Sr. '66
| Chuck Stembler ‘83