Applying to Calvert Hall

All eighth grade applicants to Calvert Hall must:
  • Begin the application process by clicking here for our online application.
  • Request your Grades/Records from your middle school.  Download and give your school the "Request for Records" form (see infomation below to download form).
  • Take the Archdiocese Entrance Test held on December 3, 2016. For additional testing details, visit the Important Dates link.
NOTE:  When filling out forms please make sure you use uppercase letters as appropriate.  For instance, do NOT use all lower case letters for first & last name, street name, etc.

Below you will find the additional documentation that must be submitted prior to consideration. Please note that some of the steps for students in public and non-denominational private schools differ from those students in Catholic schools.

Applicants from Public & Private Schools

  • Give the Calvert Hall's Request for Records Form to your middle school.  See downloads to print form.
  • Your final sixth, seventh and first quarter eighth grade report cards are required, as well as your most recent standardized testing scores.  Your school will automatically send these records once you give them the Request for Records Form.

Applicants from Catholic Schools

  • The Archdiocese Catholic High School Information Form will be sent home with your son.  Choose which schools you would like to receive his transcript, sign the form and return to the school.
 
  • The school will then forward his transcripts to those schools noted on the Archdiocese Form (the final sixth, seventh and first trimester eighth grade report cards, and most recent standardized testing scores).
Note: Applicants applying to the LaSalle Program must also submit a psycho-educational evaluation (not a 504 plan or IEP evaluation) dated within the last year. If you have any questions, please contact the Director of the La Salle Program, Jennifer Healy, at 410-825-4266, ext. 133.

Click HERE to learn about tuition at Calvert Hall as well as our financial aid and scholarship programs.

*Upperclassmen who would like to apply to Calvert Hall should visit the Transfer Students page.  If you need additional information please contact our admissions office at 410-825-4266, ext. 117 or email Cheryl Rinaudo.

Admission decisions and Calvert Hall's non-discriminatory policy

Our admission decisions are based on an assessment of your son’s ability to achieve academic, social, and personal success at Calvert Hall. We admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, to all of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, athletic, or other school-administered programs.