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Some Thoughts from the Principal
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As the new Principal of The Catholic High School of Baltimore, I embrace the long standing traditions and college preparatory academics. I strongly believe in the benefits of a single sex education in empowering young women to become productive citizens in a global economy. My philosophy of education requires a team effort. As such, I believe the success of the students at The Catholic High School of Baltimore will be based upon the commitment of our administration, faculty, staff, parents, and community. I am devoted to building a sense of shared decision-making, because it is only when we all work together that we truly make a difference in the lives of our students.
We know you have a choice with regard to selecting the perfect place for your daughter's education. We are indeed honored that you have chosen our Franciscan Christ-centered community blessed with exceptionally dedicated faculty, coaches, administrators, and staff. In my short time here it has become evident to me that the faculty focuses on the individual needs of each child and sets high expectations in the classroom environment. In return, I am assured that our students will set learning goals and immerse themselves into the curriculum with a zest for knowledge. It will be my pleasure to experience this energy on a daily basis!
High school is a place where dreams are formed and the goals for realizing dreams are established. Thus, developing the work ethic that allows those goals to be accomplished becomes paramount to success. Collectively, I hope to maintain an environment that is conducive to learning and offers an array of programs that give all students the opportunity to improve, explore, and expand their educational knowledge and experiences. Through these efforts, The Catholic High School of Baltimore will remain the model for excellence in education. Our students will not only excel while here but well beyond. I look forward to working with all members of our school community.
Mrs. Marsha Meyd