Honors Programs at Calvert Hall

In addition to our rigorous classroom programs, qualifying top students are considered for one of our two Academic Honors Programs:
  • The McMullen Scholars ProgramThis program is a highly competitive, integrated program of study that provides a well-rounded education to select students at Calvert Hall College. Students engage the accelerated content of  honors and advanced placement courses, and they are required to take additional courses in honors Latin and the Humanities.  The program culminates with the McMullen Capstone Experience.
  • Brother Tom Miller Honors Program: The Br. Tom Miller Honors program stimulates a student's love for learning by challenging him with rigorous course offerings and developing his whole persona with cultural experiences and leadership opportunities outside the traditional classroom setting.
These programs are designed for students ready to dedicate themselves to a highly demanding workload, with challenging and stimulating advanced courses, unique cultural and academic field experiences, and original research opportunities.

Distinguished Programs at Calvert Hall

In addition to our Honors Programs, students can also benefit from several other programs designed for students across the learning spectrum.
  • The La Salle Program: This unique program is designed to serve a select group of college-bound students with identified language learning disabilities and enable them to thrive, rather than merely survive their high school experience. The La Salle program pairs each student with a trained and dedicated learning specialist for truly individualized attention as he completes the same academic program as other Calvert Hall students.  This program is not comprised of short-term solutions such as content tutoring or help with homework; it is a well-designed approach to learning which focuses on remediating students' underlying reading and writing deficits.
  • The STEM Program: As an integrated educational and experiential program of academics and activities, our STEM program is designed to encourage students as they develop the skills of problem-solving, discovery, and investigative learning. Students transfer formal classroom experiences into dynamic and meaningful activities outside of the classroom in the practical application of STEM in the 21st century.