Noticias

Two Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Washington Receive 2020 National Blue Ribbon Distinction

Two Archdiocese of Washington Schools Recognized as 2020 National Blue Ribbon Honorees

‘Blue Ribbon 2020’ para dos escuelas de la Arquidiócesis de Washington

With distance learning, Catholic schools remain committed to Catholic identity and academic excellence

Catholic high schools adopt varied plans for reopening during pandemic

New school year, new routines for learning – tips for parents and students as school year begins

‘Family back together’ again, as Our Lady Star of the Sea School in Solomons reopens at its scenic location

Smiles on students’ faces, even behind masks, offer sign of hope at St. Mary’s School

Catholic schools that reopened in a blended model adapt to new style of teaching

Adapting to teaching in a time of pandemic, archdiocesan educators incorporate new technology

Following safety protocols, class at Catholic school in quarantine and transitions to virtual learning after teacher and student test positive for COVID-19

St. John’s College High School rings in new school year with Mass and blessing of bell tower

In ‘school year unlike any other,’ Archbishop Gregory encourages Catholic schools to turn to the Holy Spirit for help

Archdiocese of Washington announces its reopening plan for Catholic schools

Archdiocese of Washington Catholic Schools Office Releases Reopening Guidelines, Onward Together In Faith

La Oficina de Escuelas Católicas de la Arquidiócesis de Washington emite directrices de reapertura: Adelante juntos en la fe

Kelly Branaman named Secretary for Catholic Schools and Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Washington

Statement from the Catholic Schools Office Regarding Montgomery County Directives and the Opening of Private Schools

Archdiocese hails rescinding of Montgomery County COVID-19 directive that would have prohibited private schools from offering in-person instruction

Montgomery County health officer issues new directive saying due to COVID-19 spread, nonpublic schools should not open for in-person instruction until at least Oct. 1