As many are aware, the Coronavirus is causing severe illness across the world. Please refer to this page for up-to-date information regarding The Catholic High School of Baltimore's response to the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Maher, our school nurse, or Mrs. Johnston, our school principal.

COVID-19 Information

As many are aware, the Coronavirus is causing severe illness across the world. As with any infectious illness, there are normal precautions to take including good hand-washing, good nutrition, covering your cough, and staying home when you are ill. Please view the resources section for more information.

Please be aware that The Catholic High School of Baltimore has a plan in place should our area be affected by the Coronavirus or any pandemic. The Catholic High School of Baltimore will follow the directives from the State Health Department and the CDC.

Notify the Nurse!
When you call your child out sick, please let us know her symptoms. If you take her to the doctor, please notify Mrs. Barb Maher, School Nurse, at or 410.732.6200, ext. 222 of the diagnosis.

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COVID-19 Survey

In order to prepare for the possible return to school, please take the time to complete a COVID-19 Survey. Each student needs to have a completed COVID-19 Survey on file with the Nurse. Please complete the online survey before the return to school and as indicated. 

COVID-19 Survey

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Events Update

Updated September 8, 2020

View our current academic calendar here.

Athletics Information: Catholic High's Athletic Conference, the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland, has been working diligently to develop a plan for all fall sports teams. All fall sports that were originally postponed to September 1 are now postponed until the IAAM and MIAA Board of Governors reconvene in mid-October to reevaluate.

Please continue to monitor our website and social media for our response to COVID-19. Catholic High does not currently have any school community members who have been exposed to the virus but we are monitoring the situation closely.


Dr. Barbara D. Nazelrod '68

Mrs. Sharon Johnston, M.A.

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