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2 Hour Delay Today (1/18/19)

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2019

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  • Creative Caroline Chriss ’07 Reflects on Calvert Days

    Caroline Chriss ’07 is a visual artist in Chicago whose seascape paintings are available on well-known retailer sites such as Serena & Lily. When growing up in Baltimore, she lived a short walk from the Calvert campus. And even now, she enjoys coming by the campus when back in Baltimore visiting family, as it brings back some of her best memories.
  • Mrs. William Cabell Bruce,  Calvert School Board of Trustees, 1897. Portrait by Louise Este Bruce, 2000

    Louise Este Bruce ’36: An Innovative School of Global Fame

    Over the past 120 years, Calvert School has had the privilege of educating genera­tions of families, yet few families can trace their Calvert legacy as early as the School’s inception.
  • Anne Nelson Apgar '60 - Laying the Foundation for a Full and Fascinating Life

    When talking with Anne Apgar, one wonders, “How does she do it all?” Anne has an impressive academic pedigree, is accomplished in multiple areas, has supported myriad philanthropic causes, traveled the world, renovated seven historic homes, and, while doing all of that, raised three children. At this point in her life, she is understandably most excited about her precious granddaughters: Emory and Arlyn.
  • Winter Sports Buzz

    Calvert’s winter sports season is in full swing! With a record number of middle school students participating in basketball, ice hockey, and squash every afternoon is bustling with activity.
  • Seventh Annual Cool Schools Plunge

    This year, Calvert’s Seventh Grade student council will be joining the Eighth Grade, jumping into the Chesapeake Bay to raise money for the Special Olympics! More important, they will be buddying up with 16 kids from St. Elizabeth School, and plunging alongside them for the first time on January 24th at Sandy Point State Park! This is a tradition we would love to continue in the years to come.
  • Charlie Niccolini '17 is the young Prince Edward

    Charlie Niccolini ‘17 will make his professional debut in the role of the Crown Prince Edward in Shakespeare Theatre Company's upcoming production of Richard the Third.  

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