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The School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen is a Catholic parish school that celebrates the rich historical traditions of the past, works collaboratively with parents to invest in the present, and builds for the future.
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Nolan Matsko '14 and Mike Willis ‘14 began their strong friendship in the classrooms of the School of the Cathedral and on the baseball fields of Roland Park. Their bond will continue into their collegiate years, as they have both just signed early to study and play baseball at Georgetown! Read more about these incredible young men.
"Every day is different; every day there is an opportunity to learn new things and interact with students that have amazing ideas and really want to learn. I think that is one of the many reasons I love teaching at Cathedral. Students want to learn and work to their potential. Being on a campus where we have a beautiful, historic Cathedral that is a true living classroom is just another reason the school is so special." -Mrs. Wilder, Grade 5 Teacher
Cathedral teachers use data to inform their instructional practices, focusing on providing individualized instruction to meet each child's needs.
Discover The School of the Cathedral, our co-ed, K-8 Catholic parish school, on October 10 from 8:30am to 11:30am.
Join us on October 12 -- play your own ball, win prizes for gross and net team performances, and play quickly due to the limited field (100 players)! Sign up today.