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Throughout the school year, Catholic High students take part in many special events. Read below to find out more about them.
Hello Day is an annual tradition at Catholic High. Seniors welcome freshmen into the Catholic High family. The day begins in
Harvest Ball is a dance held each year in November for the Seniors and Juniors. For Juniors, it is their first off-site formal dance.
Junior Ring LiturgyDuring the Junior Ring Liturgy, members of the junior class officially become upperclassmen with the reception of their
class rings. This tradition is one of the highlights of our students' four years at Catholic high.
Sophomore Dance is the first semi-formal dance for Catholic High students. The dance, held in the Catholic High Dining
Junior Prom is a night when the Junior class celebrates the unity and spirit of their class. It is their first prom together
Senior Prom is a magical night which brings the graduating class together for one last dance.
Senior Farewell Assembly
Every year, The Catholic High School of Baltimore holds its traditional Senior Farewell Assembly. Although many
Baccalaureate Liturgy and Commencement
Baccalaureate Liturgy and Commencement Exercises are held at The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen on the same day
Every season the Catholic High community comes together to celebrate our athletes. In the fall, we recognize our Varsity
Grandparents of Catholic High students are invited to school for a Liturgy, celebrating the special role they play in
Miss Catholic High
After an unforgettable evening at Prom, the Seniors head to the After-Prom Party. Sponsored by the After-Prom Party Committee, the After-Prom Party provides a fun and safe place for Seniors and their dates to spend time together.
Incoming Freshman Welcome Party
In the spring of each year, students host a Welcome Party for Incoming Freshmen. It is an opportunity for the incoming freshmen to meet one another, as well as the rising Seniors who will be their Big Sisters.
Senior Athletes Farewell
Every year, in a school-wide celebration, Catholic High says thank you and good-bye to graduating athletes. Each Senior athlete receives flowers, balloons, and a spirit stick. As the celebration comes to an end, Seniors pass their spirit sticks onto their Little Sisters to continue the spirit and tradition that is Catholic High.
School-Wide Community Service Day
Each year, the Catholic High community reaches out to the Baltimore community during Community Service Day. The entire student body, including faculty, staff, alumnae, and parents visit more than 20 different organizations in the Baltimore area to volunteer their time to help those in need.
The following is a list of other traditional events at Catholic High:
- Opening School Liturgy
- St. Francis Day Liturgy
- All Saints' Day Liturgy
- Immaculate Conception Liturgy
- Grandparents' Liturgy
- Junior Ring Liturgy
- Employee Recognition Liturgy
- May Procession and Liturgy
- Thanksgiving Prayer Service
- Advent Service
- Advent Reconciliation Service
- Catholic Schools Week Prayer Service
- Ash Wednesday Prayer Service
- Lenten Reconciliation Prayer Service
- Holy Week Prayer Service
- Senior Picnic
- Freshman Orientation
- Annual Class Retreats
- Special Assemblies