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School Life


List of 3 items.

  • 94%

    of Calvert Hall students are involved with at least 1 club or athletic team activity
  • 70

    Peer ministers and educators
  • 4

    Year retreat program
Some of life’s most valuable lessons can be learned working on teams and participating in clubs and programs outside of the classroom, which is why extensive co-curricular programs are so important.
We believe that learning shouldn’t end at 2:45pm, and a student’s education extends beyond the classroom. After the end of the academic day, the Calvert Hall campus continues to be filled with sound, enthusiasm, creativity, and conversation. Our activities program allows Calvert Hall students to pursue their interests while they make new friends, develop new skills, and gain a sense of confidence. 
With more than 60 clubs, student publications, community service organizations, and music and performance ensembles, we have something for everyone. Our young men have many ways to explore what interests them, whether academic, the arts, recreation, ministry, or service. These programs are directed and coordinated by the Office of Student Affairs, which publishes a yearly calendar of events, provides leadership training, and coordinates student activities.


Questions can be directed to Mr. Marc Parisi, Director of Student Activities, 410-825-4266 ext 185.