Wednesday, October 18
School of the Cathedral Gives Back
Providing service opportunities is an integral part of the School of the Cathedral’s curriculum, but students are often surprised by how much they gain from these experiences. On Wednesday, October 11, our entire Middle School participated in their first Middle School Service Project of the year.
Tuesday, October 17
Notes from the Principal's Desk: October 17, 2017
Cathedral teaches students to solve problems in innovative, 21st century ways.
Monday, October 16
Love of service started at Cathedral for Catherine Diemer ‘14
Catherine Diemer, '14, discloses that one of the most important pieces of advice she received in Kenya was from one of the leaders. He told her that the secret to happiness is not about how much you have, but rather the secret to happiness is to love everyone, to forgive everyone, and to have courage. She states, “These are lessons I learned at Cathedral!”
Wednesday, October 11
Dean's Corner: October 11 2017
The integration of technology, the ability to choose alternative seating, and the development of the makerspace are all ways in which we as educators are working towards a common goal. We are creating leaders that will be the problem solvers of the future. These leaders will create the "fearless ideas" of the future.
Tuesday, October 10
Teacher Tuesday: Mrs. Scully
Mrs. Scully recalls her Middle School experience at Cathedral as welcoming and inclusive, citing her Cathedral education as inspiration for a career working with children. Mrs. Scully loves teaching Pre-First, and she loves the benefits and positive outcomes of the Pre-First students.
Tuesday, October 10
Notes from the Principal's Desk: October 10, 2017
We foster creativity in every student through preparation, incubation, illumination, and verification.
Sunday, October 8
Congrats to our Chess Team!
Congratulations to our Chess Team, who earned first place at the McDonogh tournament this past weekend in the Elementary Novice division, just behind Bobby L's 4th place individual performance of 3 wins. It was a real team effort as all players scored at least 1 point. Also, Owen W won "best in class", awarded to the strongest performance for a player rated under 200 in his section with 2 wins. Another notable performance was Alessandro D earning 3 points and tying for 5th place in HS/MS Intermediate.
Tuesday, October 3
Notes from the Principal's Desk: October 3, 2017
The School of the Cathedral prepares students to be leaders in an evolving world by developing their growth mindset through academics, innovation, leadership, and discourse.
Monday, October 2
From Mustangs to Hoyas: The Road from Cathedral to Georgetown is paved by the love of baseball.
Nolan Matsko '14 and Mike Willis ‘14 began their strong friendship in the classrooms of the School of the Cathedral and on the baseball fields of Roland Park. Their bond will continue into their collegiate years, as they have both just signed early to study and play baseball at Georgetown! Read more about these incredible young men.
Tuesday, September 26
Teacher Tuesday: Mrs. Wilder
"Every day is different; every day there is an opportunity to learn new things and interact with students that have amazing ideas and really want to learn. I think that is one of the many reasons I love teaching at Cathedral. Students want to learn and work to their potential. Being on a campus where we have a beautiful, historic Cathedral that is a true living classroom is just another reason the school is so special." -Mrs. Wilder, Grade 5 Teacher