Meet the Admission Team

Our experienced Admission Team is eager to get to know your child and welcome you to our campus. Please contact us with any questions you may have about the Admission process or to schedule a visit to campus.

Director's Message

I am delighted that you are considering Calvert School, and look forward to meeting you and your family as you begin the quest of finding the right school for your child.

Calvert School has been educating boys and girls since 1897, and though much has changed over the years, our mission remains the same. Calvert is committed to developing students of high academic achievement, intellectual curiosity, and strong moral character. As a result, year after year, Calvert matriculates respectful, responsible, and compassionate young adults, who are well prepared to tackle the challenges that lay ahead.

Since arriving at Calvert School in 2004, I have had the opportunity to observe this unique institution up close. I've seen its commitment to academic excellence, its dynamic student body, an incredibly committed faculty, and a loving community where the students and families are proud and supportive of one another.

During my first year, I had the pleasure of meeting Jack Morton, an eighty-six-year-old alumnus (Class of 1931). As Jack walked down the lower school corridor, he pointed out his old locker, running his fingers over the cloverleaf symbol carved into the wood. He said, "Virgil Hillyer, our first Head Master, shared with me that my life, like the cloverleaf, shall have three parts: hard work, fair play, and warm friendship."

I realized then that the simplicity of Head Master Hillyer's message is still what defines the true spirit of Calvert School. Calvert succeeds in its mission because, at ages four and five, our students begin a ten-year journey to learn the importance of hard work, fair play, and warm friendship.

Calvert's coeducational environment reflects the world in which our students will one day live and work. Beyond mastering academic disciplines, Calvert students are taught to respect all people and things, to be honest with themselves and others, put forth maximum effort, and seek ways to support their communities.

Again, welcome to Calvert School. As you begin this important admission process for your child, it is my hope that by meeting our students, teachers, administrators, parents, and alumni, you will begin to understand our mission and what it means to be a part of the Calvert community. I encourage you to schedule a time to come and experience Calvert for yourself.

Nicole H. Webster
Director of Admission

List of 7 members.

  • Photo of Nicole Webster

    Nicole Webster 

    Director of Admission
    410-243-6054 x 147
  • Photo of Elizabeth Danko

    Elizabeth Spencer Danko 77

    Director of Student Recruitment
    410-243-6054 x 106
  • Photo of Margery Fenwick

    Margery "Muffy" Menton Fenwick 87

    Admission Evaluator
    410-243-6054 x 148
  • Photo of Taylor Berish

    Taylor Berish 

    Admission Coordinator & Evaluator
    410-243-6054 x 170
  • Photo of Craig Bennett

    Craig Bennett 

    Seventh Grade Dean, Middle School Admission Coordinator
    410-243-6054 x 179
  • Photo of Kathy Liotta

    Kathy Cole Liotta 79

    Upper School Placement Coordinator
    410-243-6054 x 123
  • Photo of Timika Tyson

    Timika Tyson 

    Director of Co-Curricular Programs and Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    410-243-6054 x 264
Calvert School is a coed independent lower and middle school.