THE SCHOOL OF
THE CATHEDRAL OF MARY OUR QUEEN
111 Amberly Way
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
School Hours are 7:55 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Monday through Friday
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Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore provide a
Christ-centered education that is academically excellent and empowers
students to reach their full potential- spiritually, intellectually,
physically, socially, and morally.
Fostered through robust collaboration among all
stakeholders, the mission is accomplished through accountable leadership
at all levels, ongoing and coordinated strategic planning, centralized
efficiencies, and financial sustainability.
Principal, Dr. Jane Towery
Assistant Principal, Mr. Michael Wright
Welcome to the website of the
School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. We
have a strong tradition of Catholic Identity as a model
Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Everyone is responsible for the religious mission of the
school. The School of the Cathedral is a vibrant faith
community and committed to Christian service and
outreach to others. In our school, “Catholic means that
everyone is welcome.”
As you explore our world, you will find information and
insights into how we provide a nurturing and challenging
educational experience for children ages 5 to 14.
Jesus Christ is the reason for our school. He is
the unseen but ever-present teacher in all classes, the
model for our faculty and parents, the inspiration for
our students. We believe in the education of the
whole child -- spiritually, mentally, socially,
physically, and emotionally. To educate a child is a
sacred trust, and we pledge never to forget the one
indispensable element in all successful learning...Love.
Thank you for your
interest, and please visit us again.
Dr. Jane Towery
Advancing Excellence in Education