List of Catholic schools recommended to receive transfers

March 03, 2010

The Archdiocese of Baltimore's Office of Schools Planning has identified the following schools as those that could receive students affected by consolidations.

These schools are the most likely receiving schools based on geography and capacity. However, parents may choose to send children to any school in the archdiocese.

The archdiocese suggests that students at Father Charles Hall Catholic Elementary/Middle School, St. Bernardine Catholic School and St. William of York School attend:
• St. Ambrose School, or
• St. Agnes School, or
• new west-side Catholic school (the new school, as yet unnamed, will initially be housed in The Seton Keough High School)

For Ascension School students, the following schools are suggested:
• St. Augustine School, or
• Our Lady of Victory School, or
• new west-side Catholic school

For St. Rose of Lima School:
• St. Philip Neri School, or
• Monsignor Slade Catholic School, or
• Our Lady of Victory School, or
• new west-side Catholic school

For Holy Family School:
• John Paul Regional Catholic School

For Shrine of the Sacred Heart School:
• St. Thomas Aquinas School, or
• St. Pius X School, or
• John Paul Regional Catholic School, or
• St. Ambrose School

Mother Mary Lange Catholic School:
• Cardinal Shehan School, or
• St. Clement Mary Hofbauer School, or
• St. Michael the Archangel School, or
• St. Francis of Assisi School

St. Katharine Campus, Queen of Peace School:
• Sts. James & John, Queen of Peace School

Our Lady of Fatima School, Sacred Heart of Mary School:
• Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke School, or
• St. Casimir Catholic School, or
• St. Clement Mary Hofbauer School

St. Clare School:
• Our Lady of Mount Carmel Elementary School, or
• St. Clement Mary Hofbauer School

Note: Consultation with area Catholic high schools will occur to identify receiving schools for students attending Cardinal Gibbons School.

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