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News - Achievements

Tuesday, March 8

Fifth Grader wins Honorable Mention in Maryland Arbor Day Art Contest

Brooke Randell, in fifth grade, receives Honorable Mention for poster on theme, "Trees are Terrific...and Maryland Forests are Too."

Tuesday, February 1

35th Annual “Champions of Courage” Essay Competition Winners Announced

Seventh grader selected as a "Champions of Courage" essay contest finalist.

Monday, January 31

Monsignor Slade Teacher of the Year Embodies Holy Spirit’s Gift of Humility

Mrs. Herbert named 2022 Monsignor Slade Teacher of the Year!

Wednesday, February 3

Monsignor Slade Names 2020 - 2021 Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Cox set the tone for our Catholic Schools Week celebration with the announcement of the 2020 - 2021 Teacher of the Year.

Wednesday, January 29

Sixth grader wins school-wide National Geographic GeoBee competition

Liam Holstege, a sixth grade student, triumphed after an intense final round of geographical quizzing.

Friday, December 13

Fourth Graders Win Waste-A-Weigh Challenge!

Fourth graders barely make a carbon-imprint while visiting the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. In creating the least amount of waste while visiting, the class demonstrated their dedication to being green!

Saturday, September 7

Monsignor Slade celebrates 65 years of educating students in the Catholic tradition

Monsignor Slade Catholic School opened on September 7, 1954; today marks 65 years of educating generations of families. Our faculty and staff foster academic excellence and spiritual growth with dedication to providing robust educational opportunities for the 21st century student.

Saturday, February 24

Jaikeran Places Second in 30th Annual County Spelling Bee

Reagan Jaikeran, an 8th grade student, displayed his spelling prowess at the Anne Arundel County Spelling Bee.

Wednesday, February 7

Monsignor Slade Catholic School Names Teacher of the Year

During the 2017 -2018 academic year, teachers are being celebrated across the Archdiocese of Baltimore for their dedication to students, hard work, and commitment to developing themselves as professionals.