All applicants to Calvert Hall are eligible to apply for financial assistance. Scholarships are awarded for academic merit and need-based. Academics
: Two of the most prestigious academic scholarships are awarded to McMullen Scholars
and Brother Tom Miller Scholars
. Applicants are chosen by an academic committee and will be notified in January if they are being considered to be admitted into the program.Need-Based
: This form of aid helps bridge the financial gap of tuition and household income. Parents are encouraged to apply for need-based aid through FACTS,
and will be notified of their award upon acceptance.Archdiocesan Parochial Elementary Faculty
- In recognition of the extraordinary efforts of our Catholic school teachers in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Calvert Hall is pleased to offer the St. Mutien-Marie Grant
This partial tuition grant is offered to Calvert Hall students whose parent is a full-time teacher
at an archdiocesan elementary/middle school and has completed at least one year of full-time service. St. Mutien-Marie Grants provide for a one-third reduction in tuition.
For the Mutien-Marie application, please contact Kim Davey in the Finance Office at 410-825-4266, ext. 116. Please note that families already receiving the grant must reapply each year. Application deadline is January 15th.* St. Mutien-Marie Wiaux, FSC was born in Belgium in 1841 and entered the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1856. He taught at the same school for 58 years, primarily Music & Art. Praised as a model teacher, he was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1989. His feast day is January 30th.
- The Knott Scholarship Funds award four-year, full-tuition scholarships to attend a Catholic high school located in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford, or Howard counties. Click here
to learn more about the scholarship.