Thursday, July 30

Notes from the Principal's Desk: Survey results, school year preparations, and more

Principal Wright shares the results of the most recent parent and faculty/staff surveys and forms, updates on our preparations for the coming school year, and more.

Wednesday, July 29

5 Reasons to Send Your Child to a Catholic Middle School

The middle school years, sixth through eighth grade, are the most formative years of a child’s academic and social development. Middle school students go through many changes physically, socially, and emotionally. A safe and supportive school environment is critical to a child’s development. There are five critical elements to consider when contemplating sending your child to a Catholic Middle School. Click here to read about those five elements.

Friday, July 24

Special Communication: Archdiocese Reopening Plans

The Archdiocese of Baltimore Department of Catholic Schools reopening plan.

Monday, July 20

The School of the Cathedral Reopening Information

Information on the preparation, response, and details of The School of the Cathedral's reopening plan.

Monday, July 20

Reopening Communication: Monday, July 20, 2020

A communication from Principal Wright about reopening.

Thursday, July 16

Survey about Reopening and AOB Taskforce Update

The Archdiocese shares a survey about reopening and a taskforce update.

Thursday, July 2

Notes from the Principal's Desk: July 2020

Mr. Wright shares updates to the school community about faculty/staff, our reopening task force, and more.

Thursday, June 25

Deb Piff Scholarship Award Recipient 2020

This year, we held a very special celebration for the recipient of this year's Deb Piff Scholarship Award.

Friday, June 19

We Stand Against Racism

​Racism has plagued our country since its foundation and, despite strides made over the years, discrimination against people of color remains a persistent feature of American life, as witnessed by the recent killing of George Floyd. Racism is not simply a moral flaw lodged in the hearts of individuals, but is a structural flaw woven into the fabric of society, affecting education, healthcare, policing, and the criminal justice system. But more than simply a political problem, racism is a spiritual and theological problem, denying that all people are made in the image of God and redeemed by the death and resurrection of Christ. It is a sin that brings death and destruction to individuals and communities. (click here to continue reading)

Thursday, June 18

Notes from the Principal's Desk: Statement from the Bishops on racial injustice, social media, and more

Principal Wright shares a recent letter issued by the Maryland Bishops, information on social media and racial justice, and more.