On Saturday, April 6, Calvert Hall defeated Archbishop Spalding and Century in the playoff round of It's Academic. The match will be televised on May 25 at 10:00 a.m. on WJZ TV. CHC will compete in the semifinal round on May 5.
The student body has spoken. The Student Body President for the 2019-2020 academic year will be Gianni Vito'20. Gianni currently serves as the Junior Class President and Homeroom Representative while also being involved with Peer Ministry, National Honor Society, Theatre, Italian Club, Volleyball and Theatre. During his time at Calvert Hall, he has participated in Speech & Debate, the Tech Proficiency Club, and Spanish National Honor Society, and the Tennis team. He served as the Freshman and Sophomore Class President during those respective years.
On April 6, more than 40 members of the Calvert Hall and NDP Science National Honor Society chapters volunteered for the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy Project Clean Stream. This is an annual service project in which the students join together as part of the larger effort to keep the Chesapeake Watershed free of pollution. It was calculated that the group collected 1,000 pounds of trash and debris. Volunteers included 21 CHC students and 19 NDP students, along with the chapters moderators, Tom Peri ’71 (NDP moderator) and Mr. Charles Motsay ’76 (CHC moderator).
Brian Reed ‘21 and Eugene Bressler ‘21 won Policy Debate while Michael Kosmas ‘20 won in Dramatic Performance. Daniel Christ '21, Brandon Hermosa '21, Eric Sabatino '20, Steven Johnson '19, Christian Garman '21 also qualified for the National Catholic Tournament taking place this Memorial Day Weekend.
Penn's Alex Roesner (Loyola Blakefield), North Carolina's Timmy Kelly (Calvert Hall) and Virginia's Ryan Conrad (Loyola) will represent the U.S. in th Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships in British Columbia July 7-16. (photo by Steve Ruark)
Calvert Hall College High School is a private Catholic college preparatory high school for boys, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Our mission is to foster Men of intellect, Men of faith, and Men of integrity in the Lasallian tradition.