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  • May

    Phil Bressler Named Teacher of the Year

    Phil Bressler has been named the 2024 Archdiocesan Independent High School Teacher of the Year. Bressler teaches five sections of AP Economics (Micro and Macro). Additionally, he serves as the faculty chair for the school's strategic plan and is a member of Calvert Hall's AIMS and DEI steering committees. He serves as the co-chair of the faculty professional development committee and is a mentor teacher for faculty development. 
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  • April

    David Gately Named Head Varsity Basketball Coach

    Calvert Hall College High School announced the appointment of David Gately as the Head Varsity Basketball Coach. Gately previously spent nine seasons in different capacities with the program.
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  • Five For Five!

    The Hermes Creative Awards is one of the oldest and largest creative competitions in the world judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. Calvert Hall earned five nods for their marketing efforts this academic year in the categories of magazine, commercials, and social media. This year there were more than 6,500 entries.
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  • Dr. Andrew Moore Named Next Principal

    Dr. Andrew Moore has been named Calvert Hall College High School’s next Principal, effective July 1, 2024. The following is a message from President Br. John Kane, FSC, announcing Dr. Moore’s appointment to the Calvert Hall community.
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  • Nine Student-Athletes Ink National Letters of Intent

    On April 17, nine student-athletes signed letters of intent to play their respective sport at the next level. Only 3% of high school students nationally go on to play in college.
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  • April Feature - Bob Costantini `74

    From the time, at age-5, when hanging out at our family friends’ Highlandtown Radio-TV shop, declaring, “I want to be a broadcaster,” to the career of making it happen, right in the middle was my time at Calvert Hall.
    And the great influences on my career path were the social studies teachers who, to their credit, allowed me to debate not just with classmates but with them as well, in the tumultuous days of Richard Nixon and Watergate. Mr. Kropp was first among them, writing in my yearbook to “Be Objective.” I took that to heart, and still do.  There was Mr. Steiner and Mr. Heidrick, challenging all of us to think of the other side of an issue.
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  • April Financial Tip - Dennis Grinestaff `94

    Our April financial tip focuses on the rebalancing of portfolios. Dennis Grinestaff `94 shares his opinion how to do so.
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  • March

    March Feature - Tony DiFatta `02

    As a graduate of CHC, I have been fortunate to receive significant support from the Calvert Hall community. I am thankful for every referral and partnership that has come my way. I look forward to reconnecting with everyone at Homecoming or any of our classes reunions that I've been in charge of planning.
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  • Academic League Champions

    Our It's Academic team won the Catholic Academic League Championship with a thrilling, come-from-behind, overtime, sudden-death victory against Loyola. The SmartCards are a perfect 19-0 over the past two years. The team is comprised of Taaj Rai `24, Matthew Baran `24, Nathan Cox `24, Vasilios Van de Verg `25, and Michael Infussi `24.
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  • Hockey Coach of the Year

    Congrats to our Hockey coach, Paul Kansler, for being named the MAPHL Co-Coach of the Year. The team advanced to the MIAA championship round this year as well as the MAPHL semi-finals.
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  • MIAA Coach of the Year - Indoor Track

    The post-season accolades keep on coming for the Indoor Track & Field team. In addition to sweeping the JV and Varsity team titles, Scott Baker `13 has been named Coach of the Year by the league. 
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  • February

    Bank of America to Honor Legacy of Frank P. Bramble, Sr. ’66 with $300,000 Leadership Grant to Calvert Hall

    To continue the strong legacy of Frank Bramble, Sr. ’66 at Calvert Hall, Bank of America will honor the late board of trustee member and school president and his deep commitment to Catholic education by supporting a leadership grant in Bramble’s name for deserving students in the Greater Baltimore region.
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  • February Feature - Dino Luzzi '83

    Hello fellow Cardinal alumni. My name is Dino Luzzi, Class of 1983. How can it be that I graduated 40 years ago from Calvert Hall? My association with the school started years before, as I was introduced to CHC every Thanksgiving Day since I was 5 years old by my father taking me to "The Game.“
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  • Eight Student-Athletes Ink NLI Commitments

    On February 7, eight student-athletes signed letters of intent to play their respective sport at the next level. Only 3% of high school students nationally go on to play in college.
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  • January

    Calvert Hall Wins Platinum - Twice!

    The AVA Digital Awards, judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, honored Calvert Hall with two awards for top commercial and e-magazine. The AVA Awards honors excellence in digital creativity, branding and strategy. 
     
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  • January Feature - Brad Borchers '98

    Fellow Hallmen, my name is Brad Borchers, class of 1998.  I have worked in the banking and financial services industry ever since graduating from Mount St Mary’s University (formerly Mount St Mary’s College) in 2002.  I am a Senior Vice President and Commercial Banker for PNC Bank, and my office is located on Pratt Street, near the Inner Harbor of Baltimore.  
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  • Three Named All-Metro

    The Baltimore Sun has released their fall All-Metro selections with three student-athletes earning the honor including Runner of the Year.
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