The Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) today announced that Calvert High School and St. Mary’s High School are the winners of the Making It Click program, a peer-led effort to increase awareness and usage of seat belts among younger drivers and passengers.
After the Alumni Induction Breakfast, each senior received a St. Mary’s Alumni long sleeve t-shirt from our generous alumni association and we captured this photo of the class. The second photo includes our students wearing the gear of the institution they will attend next in their education journey. As the school year is ending, we offer our sincere best wishes to the young men and women of the Class of 2018!
Congratulations to Anna Grimm ’18, Alexis Kruger ’18, and James Hayburn ’18 for earning the top academic honor of Distinctive Scholar for their exemplary academic achievement at St. Mary’s High School. This photo is from the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s 26th Annual Distinctive Scholars Convocation Ceremony.
The Capital Gazette Communications boys Swimmer of the Year comes from a swimming family and has made his mark for four years now, while the girls Swimmer of the Year is just a sophomore who burst onto the scene swimming for Glen Burnie High School.
By far the biggest story to come out of the first weekend of the 2018 NCAA Tournament involved UMBC beating Virginia. It marked the first time a 16th seed had ever beaten a No. 1 seed and has been called the greatest upset in college basketball history.
Towson junior Alex Woodall became the first faceoff specialist in Division I men’s lacrosse this season to win 20 draws when he went 21-of-31 in the No. 19 Tigers’ 15-13 win against Mount St. Mary’s on Saturday. The Annapolis resident and St. Mary’s graduate also scooped up a game-high 14 ground balls and scored one goal in the fourth quarter. Named the Colonial Athletic Association’s Player of the Week, Woodall discussed his performance after the game.
Jimmy Hayburn capped off an unprecedented four-year run of dominance and in the process led the St. Mary’s swim team to its fourth straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference title.
The St. Mary's Girls Lacrosse team is excited to announce that they will be playing at US Lacrosse Headquarters in March. St. Mary's will be opening up conference play against Glenelg Country School on March 16 at 6:30 pm. This will be the first high school game played at US Lacrosse Headquarters this spring.
St. Mary's football coach Jason Budroni, left, with his players Parker Lewis, Trinity, Donald Day, Case Western Reserve University, and Kyle Hill, Salisbury University. St. Mary's football players sign their letters of intent to play college football during an event Wednesday.
Jimmy Hayburn of St. Mary’s placed first in the 50 freestyle and second in the 100 freestyle at the 81st National Catholic High School Swimming and Diving Championship meet held over the weekend at the Mangione Aquatic Center at Loyola University. Hayburn is the first St. Mary's boys swimmer to win an event at National Catholics.
Patrick Ruland managed a grueling 7-5 decision at 126 and Joey Conte (120), Will Gardner (152) and Raymond Healy (220) each recorded pins as St. Mary’s downed Mount Carmel, 46-24, on Thursday. St. Mary’s is now 3-0 with many matches to come due to cancellations.
Former St. Mary’s High and University of Virginia standout Tiffany Schummer Hoffman was inducted into the Baltimore Chapter of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame during a ceremony held this past Saturday night at Hillendale Country Club.
The Chesapeake Chapter of US Lacrosse made a strong comeback last year when it conducted a Hall of Fame ceremony for the first time in almost a decade. A pair of legendary head coaches – Jim Moorhead and Dave Cottle – joined the shrine that was initially established in 2004.
When a woman rises to a position more frequently held by men, like school athletic director, it’s a good sign when two realities coexist — that a woman’s presence in the job is so natural as to seem like no big deal, but is in fact a big deal to the girls who look up to her.
St. Mary’s Parish, a Catholic congregation served by the Redemptorist Order, includes St. Mary’s Church and St. John Neumann Mission Church. St. Mary's Elementary and High School located in downtown Annapolis, Maryland, serve students in grades Kindergarten through 12. Anchored in faith, rooted in tradition, and committed to excellence, our programs build lifelong learners who are servant leaders.