As the journey of choosing a high school begins, be sure to take an opportunity to get to know a little more about the Calvert Hall experience. There are many different opportunities to choose from in order to get all of your questions answered no matter where you are in the process.  Select an item below to learn more...

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  • Middle School Visits

    Join us at a local middle school near you! Our Admissions Director will give a formal presentation. The event is appropriate for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. They begin at 6:30 p.m. To learn more click the "Regional High School Fairs" link in the download window.
  • Student Conversations

    Schedule an appointment to come in and have a brief conversation with one of our faculty members.  It's a great opportunity to speak with a teacher on a more personal level, and ask questions that you may still have before making your high school decision.   Available dates will be posted in January, 2018.
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  • Take-A-Look Tuesdays

    Who? 8th Grade parent(s) or guardian(s) who are interested in learning more about "The Hall".

    What? An opportunity for you to get a closer, more personal look at what Calvert Hall has to offer. 

    When? November 28, December 12, or January 9; 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    For questions and to register a date, please call Dan Mulford, Assistant Director of Admissions at 410-821-2426.

    Space is limited. 
  • House Visits

    Join us as Calvert Hall families open their homes to prospective students and parents for a Meet & Greet. Listen to an informal presentation from our Admissions Director, hear from our families, current students, and administrators, and have an opportunity to ask questions in this casual environment.  For more details please contact the Admissions Office at 410-825-4266, x117.

  • BYOD at Calvert Hall

    Calvert Hall’s strong sense of tradition combined with our ultimate goal of producing men of intellect, men of faith, and men of integrity demands that we continually enhance our educational product.

    In light of this belief, we strive to provide our students with an innovative curriculum and modern learning tools. Education has rapidly embraced technologies where students have information at their fingertips. Many of students have been bringing their own devices to Calvert Hall for years. However, full integration of technology in the curriculum requires each student to have a device.

    We believe the future of technology will continue to be about user choice and specific preferences combined with the need to meet both academic and organizational competencies. If a student prefers to use a MAC, why should we tell him he must use a windows computer for school? If a student prefers Windows to a MAC operating system, why should we force him to use that particular type of computer? Additionally, some students prefer a laptop while others like a tablet. Our BYOD program (Bring Your Own Device) allows students to bring what they want to school. The need of each student is variable and having a choice will enable parents and students to have a voice in choosing a device that meets the basic needs of the student as an individual. Some students may want an expensive MAC that will do high-end video-editing. Some students may only need a rather inexpensive Chromebook. Additionally, there is no technology fee with this program.

    The purpose of this program is to enhance and complement the excellent teaching that is already taking place on our campus. While technology is only a tool and does not replace good teaching, technology enhanced lessons are an important part of our educational program. Our lecture-seminar system lends itself to BYOD as students get the basic information in a college-style lecture, and then engage in student-centered activities in seminars. Every student in the class having access to a device will increase collaboration and analysis of the topics presented in lecture and elaborated on in the seminar—two crucially important skills for the 21st century learner.

    -Charles Stembler, Principal

    Laptops or Tablets must fulfill the following requirements.  Devices MUST:
    • run a modern, supported Operation System such as Windows 10, MAC OS X, IOS, etc.
    • run a modern, fully featured web browser1
    • run productivity suite and note taking software2
    • be Wi-Fi enabled
    • have battery life to last through the school day
    • power up in less than 90 seconds
    • Screen size must be 7” or larger
    • Physical keyboard to facilitate typing
    General Recommendations
    • Device should have a protective case

    1. Top level browsers include Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, and Safari.

    2. Productivity Suites include Microsoft Office, iWork (Pages, Keynote, etc.), and/or Google Apps. Microsoft Office and Google Apps are provided to the student free of charge. Note taking software can include a word processor or apps designed for organized note taking.