Calvert Hall College High School announced the appointment of Gary Neal ’02 as the varsity basketball coach. Neal, who most recently served for the past two seasons as a graduate assistant at Towson University, will also teach in the Social Studies department.
Team 5588C partnered with Team 66599A from Taiwan to win the Science Division at the VEXRobotics World Championship advancing to the Elite Eight in the Vex World Championships. Click 'Read More' to see how all the CHC teams performed.
Athletic Director and Varsity Head Baseball Coach, Lou Eckerl, earned his 500th win on May 4, 2021 in dramatic fashion. The Cardinals defeated the Archbishop Curley Friars in 3-2 in a 13 inning barn burner.
As a school year unlike any other enters its final month, I realize that despite all the difficulties, negative news, fears, quarantines, and innumerable schedule and attendance changes, there have actually been a number of very positive things this year.
Ms. Kear has been working as a Learning Specialist with the La Salle Program for 18 years. She works with a total of 10 students which she meets with individually each cycle as well as in groups of two.
Congratulations to Cian Bull ’23, Luke Larcher ‘22, Nicholas Sackleh ’22, Connor Sandoval ‘23 and Ted Van de Verg ‘23 who won a 2nd Place Silver Tier Award in the Maryland – Open Division in the 2020-21 Cyber Patriot Competition.
Ten members of the Model UN participated virtually in a competition hosted by Catonsville High School. Ryan Parker ’22 earned the title Best Crisis Team Member while Scott Pawley ‘24 was named Best Delegate.
Cahree Myrick ‘22 won the 60m hurdles at the Adidas Indoor National Championships with a time of 8.27 while teammate, Rakheem Smith ‘22, placed 3rd in the 55m dash with a time of 6.53 and 3rd in the 60m dash with a time of 7.01.
Congratulations to Brett Meadows '24 & Drew Chico '24 on winning the Pennsbury Invitational Novice Policy Debate Division. Brett & Drew beat teams from New York, Nebraska, and Pennsylvania on their way to the victory!
My introduction to business came at an early age when my father “slapped” me on the head and said, “Go start a business.” He ran the popular downtown Baltimore night club, the Baja Beach Club, which operated for 17 years...
Scott Pawley ’24 was the brainchild of the new Knott CARES (Catholic Academic Resource Enrichment Scholarship) Fund. Scott is a two-time Knott Scholar (School of the Incarnation ’20 and Calvert Hall ’24)...
Ten student-athletes, five in-person and five virtually, participated in today's NLI signing. These individuals have worked hard in the classroom and on the field to earn this recognition. Congratulations, Hallmen.
It is with much sorrow that Calvert Hall shares with you news regarding the passing on January 6, 2021, of Mrs. Shirley Clary, AFSC. She was a dedicated wife, mother, Calvert Hall employee, and “CHC mother” to generations of alumni. Clary and her late husband worked at Calvert Hall for a combined 100 years of service.