Class of 2014 Returns to Slade

Almost forty students gathered to share in meal, fellowship and a stroll down memory lane. Coming together four years after their Monsignor Slade graduation, students were excited to catch up while former teachers marveled at how each individual has come into his or her own.

The students in attendance for the evening now study at many area high schools. Young men and women represented Archbishop Spalding, The Catholic High School of Baltimore, Mount Saint Joseph, Old Mill, North County, Northeast, Severn, St. Mary's High School, and Mount DeSales. 

After some time reminiscing the class members took a walk down memory lane as they toured the school with Mrs. Cox visiting the new STEM Lab and a few of their former classrooms. As graduation nears, the faculty and staff of Monsignor Slade Catholic School wish all of Class of 2014 much success and joy as they embark on the next journey in life. In the fall, some of the students plan to attend Towson University, The University of Delaware, Clemson, Frostburg State, Savannah Institute of Art and Design, and East Carolina University to name a few.