At Calvert Hall, there are more than 70 clubs and 40 athletic teams. 92% of Calvert Hall students participate in at least 1 club or sport. There is truly something for everyone at Calvert Hall. Click here to view this video produced by Alex Brune '20.
Our students set a goal of donating 12,000 non-perishable items to Our Daily Bread, Paul's Place, Women's Housing Coalition, and Artesanos Don Vosco in Peru. They smashed their goal, and brought in 15,221 items. Click here to watch the video.
The Competition Marching Band successfully defended their national title at U.S. Bands competition in East Rutherford, New Jersey. They won the U.S. Bands Group III Open division with a score of 96.588. They also won awards for best visual and best music.
The Peer Education program is supported by a foundation created by Tom and Pam O’Neil, with the consultation of Dr. Charles Deutsch of the Harvard School of Public Health. The goal of Peer Education is to promote healthy decisions by addressing attitudes that often lead to unhealthy risks.
Sophomores members of The Leadership Institute attended their first of four leadership seminars on September 20, 2017. This three year program is designed to facilitate the development of 21st century leaders responding to our Lasallian charism, school mission and graduate profile.
Russell Willenborg '20 and Xavier Castellanos '20 captured the MIAA Tennis individual titles at the #2 and #3 seed. It has been at least a decade since Calvert Hall has won an individual title let alone two in one season.
Congratulations to Matthew Mathai '19, Sam Vermette '20, T.J. Kaifer '20, and Will Cook '20, who have been selected to attend Scroll: The Wabash Institute of Theology for Youth at Wabash College in Indiana, this upcoming summer.
The 5th Annual Red "C" Challenge Awards Ceremony took place on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 honoring CHC students who participated in a series of challenges and competitions similar to "Shark Tank". Congratulations to this year's winners of Matthew Minogue '19, Andrew Sontag '19, Gavin Christopher '19, and Tim Weir '19.
Calvert Hall College High School has been selected for the 2017 Best of Baltimore Award in the High Schools category by the Baltimore Award Program. This is the third straight year The Hall has been recognized for this award.
The Baltimore Catholic Forensic League Metro Championship Tournament will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Catonsville High School. Calvert Hall's Speech and Debate Team will be sending ten students who qualified.
The Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League recently named twenty Calvert Hall student-athletes to their All-Academic Team. Additionally, Matthew Schaab '17 was named to All-MAPHL team while he and four others were named to the All-MIAA team.
The Physics Olympic team made up of Ben Antonyraj '18, Dominic Escobal '18, Nathan Gardner '18, Seth Gregory '18, and Andrew Lynch '18 placed 2nd out of a field of 65 teams at the Central Maryland Physics Olympics.
Led by Paul Brooks ’82 – Brooks Financial Group, and Geoff Foltyn ’00 – Calvert Hall, theRed “C” Challenge creates and fosters a foundation for current Calvert Hall students to develop and advance their entrepreneurial spirit; business ideas, leadership qualities and innovative thinking through various challenges and competitions.
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.