In September 1960, under the leadership of Brother Gabriel Cannon, FSC, Calvert Hall moved to its current location in Towson. The 32-acre site would allow for the continued growth of its academic and extracurricular programs and accommodate the increasing demand for Catholic, college preparatory education in the metropolitan area. The initial construction consisted of a classroom building, later named Keelty Hall, and the Brothers’ Residence.
Succeeding decades witnessed the construction of a pool building in 1967 (now named Carlo Crispino Center), the Marion Burk Knott Center for the Performing Arts in 1988, the Paul Angelo Russo Stadium and McManus Baseball Field in 1999, and George Young Hall in 2004. In 2007, the dining hall was renovated and enlarged, the Cardinal Shop (formerly the Bookstore) was constructed, the school chapel was renovated, the baseball and practice fields were turfed and Carlo Crispino Stadium was built. The John G. Noppinger ’64 Commons were added in 2015 while the Center for Growth in the Sciences (greenhouse) was dedicated in 2018.
The Calvert Hall insignia combines the coats of arms of St. John Baptist de La Salle, founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, and the Calvert Family, for whom the school is named.