Open Houses: October 9 and November 6

Discover School of the Cathedral, a co-ed, K-8 Catholic parish school, at an Open House on October 9 and November 6. Learn how we are empowering students to succeed as confident independent leaders by fostering their spiritual strength and challenging them to achieve academic excellence in a 21st-century environment. We look forward to your visit!
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GOLF OPEN

You're invited to the Cathedral Golf Open! This year's golf tournament will be held October 11, 2018 at the Elkridge Club, Baltimore, MD. Includes 18 holes of golf, prizes, drinks on the course, full lunch, cocktail party with heavy apps, and a Cathedral gift. All proceeds will benefit Cathedral's "Endowment Fund for Catholic Education," which provides financial support to the school for scholarships and ‎capital improvements.
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Our vision is to foster our students' spiritual strength and to challenge them to achieve academic excellence.

The School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen is a Catholic parish school that celebrates the rich historical traditions of the past, works collaboratively with parents to invest in the present, and builds for the future.

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School of the Cathedral By the NumbersAt a Glance 

  • 69% of teachers have earned or are working towards an advanced degree
  • 11:1 student : teacher ratio
  • 371 total students in grades K through 8
  • 19 average class size