More than 45 alumni returned to The Hall for Career Day. They spent time with the Class of 2019 discussing different career paths and sharing their professional experiences.Corporal Shawn Vinson '89, director and spokesman for the Baltimore County Police Department, was this year's keynote speaker.
Michael Green '20 has been honored as the U.S. Army Impact Player for the month of September. The Impact Player, presented by PressBox Sports, honors a student-athlete who has had a significant impact on their team and school – not just through performance on the field or court, but has an impact on the community as a whole.
Stokes earned a Minor League Baseball Gold Glove this season while playing for the Biloxi Shuckers. He was a fourth-round pick by the Brewers back in the 2014 MLB Draft and currently rates as the club’s #19 prospect according to MLB Pipeline.
The Competition Marching Band started the season with a 1st place season at Century High School on September 22nd. The band placed 1st winning all caption awards with a score of 81.225. They then placed 2nd on September 29th during the US Bands competition hosted at the Naval Academy. The group earned a score of 82.2875.They then again place 2nd on October 6th with a score of 86.575 at the USBands Broadneck High School Competition.They were also named co-champions in the speciality award category for best music.
Football coach Donald Davis ‘96 has been named High School Coach of the Week by the Baltimore Touchdown Club and the Baltimore Ravens after ending Wise High School’s 43 game win streak. The Cardinals are now 3-0 on the season.
Michael Kosmas '20 captured 1st place honors in Dramatic Interpretation at the National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by University of Kentucky. The tournament was held September 7-10, 2018. Kosmas defeated 10 other individuals from around the country.
Justin Morgan '20 and Michael Fascetta '20 recently completed the eight-day Archdiocese of Baltimore High School Leadership Institute (High-Li). High-Li graduates are able to articulate his/her faith story and lead others to encounter Christ.
Jacob Kelly '18 and Bryan Kelly '87 are the 2018 The Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player and Coach of the Year. Jacob Kelly along with Grant Mitchell '19 and George Walsh '18 were named to the All-Metro 1st Team while Cole Herbert '20 and Garrett Zungailia '18 were named to the All-Metro 2nd Team.
The CHC Aerocards participated in the 2018 Student Unmanned Aerial Systems Competition June 13-16, 2018. CHC placed 16th overall 12th in competition mission, and 2nd in the payload delivery challenge! Calvert Hall defeated high profile teams from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Harvard University, Stanford University, St. Louis University, and the United States Naval Academy. A total of 69 teams competed – 35 domestic universities, 31 international universities, and 3 high school teams.
Calvert Hall College High School announced on May 22, 2018, the appointment of Jason Hasson as the varsity basketball head coach. Hasson most recently served for the past two seasons as the head coach at West Catholic Preparatory School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He will also teach in the Social Studies department.
Alex Brune '20 created and edited this year's :30 second Turkey Bowl commercial. This talented sophomore's work was recently awarded Gold by the Hermes Creative Awards in the collegiate education category. The Hermes is an international Competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional materials, marketing and communication programs, and emerging technologies. Entries were submitted from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, graphic design shops, production companies, web and digital creators and freelancers.
Hermes Creative Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. Click here to view the commercial.
The 6th Annual Red "C" Challenge Awards Ceremony took place on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 honoring CHC students who participated in a series of challenges and competitions similar to "Shark Tank". Congratulations to this year's winners of Andrew Sontag '19, Matthew Minogue '19, Michael Fenlon '19, and Francis Antonyraj '19.
In the coming weeks, Calvert Hall College High School will break ground on a new 142,000 square foot artificial field which will feature two full playing fields. These new fields will be constructed in between Paul Angelo Russo Stadium and Carlo Crispino Stadium alongside Putty Hill Avenue. The existing grass fields have been in use since the school moved to its current Towson location in 1960 and is riddled with an uneven playing surface, potholes, and muddy areas.
The student body has spoken. The Student Body President for the 2018-2019 academic year will be Erik Elbers '19. Erik is a Peer Educator and is a member of the Class of 2019 Leadership Cohort. He is involved in the Model UN Club, It's Academic Team, Outdoor Club, Theatre Department and Varsity Rugby team. He is a homeroom representative and served as the Sophomore Class President.
Four Calvert Hall students have qualified to compete at the National Speech and Debate Qualifiers June 17-22, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Rishi Biswas '19 and Michael Kosmas '20 have qualified for speech (Original Oratory and Oral Interpretation) while Daniel Christ '21 and Brendon Hermosa '21 (not featured in the photo) have qualified for debate.
The Hall has been recognized as one of the best private high schools in America as published in k12.niche.com. Thank you to our students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, volunteers, and administration for making Calvert Hall great!
Calvert Hall had more than 200 students inducted into their respective foreign language honor society. We are very proud to recognize our students who have met national criteria for admittance into each honor society.
Twenty-four students are serving as delegates at the Johns Hopkins Model United Nations Conference. They have each been assigned a different committee assignment ranging from The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) for DPR Korea to Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM) for Ethiopia. Click "Read More" for all of the assignments.
Calvert Hall is the 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Boy’s National Division 7 Squash Champions! Their road to victory included a 4-3 quarterfinal victory over Lancaster Country Day School, a 4-3 semifinals victory of the Latin School of Chicago, followed by a 4-3 victory in the finals over crosstown rival, Loyola Blakefield.
Alex Brune '20 created and edited this year's :30 second Turkey Bowl commercial. This talented sophomore's work was recently awarded Honorable Mention by the AVA Digital Awards. The AVAs is an international competition that recognizes excellence by creative professionals responsible for the planning, concept, direction, design and production of digital communication. Only 40% of videos submitted were recognized as winners. Click here to view the commercial.
Chris Link '20 returned to his grade school, St. Margaret School of Bel Air, during Catholic Schools Week to share his story and give thanks to Casey Cares. “Surviving cancer had an impact on my faith. God had a plan for me, and he still does.”
Two of our robotic teams created an alliance at the Loyola Blakefield Do or Die VEX Competition to beat out the 24 team field. They also won best robotic design, and were named the top ranked team in the skills competition.
Calvert Hall College High School is a private Catholic college preparatory high school for boys, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Our mission is to foster Men of intellect, Men of faith, and Men of integrity in the Lasallian tradition.