Offering a private PreK-2 through 8th grade education, Monsignor Slade Catholic School enjoys a long-standing reputation as a school of preparatory excellence among private area high schools. Our students come from a wide cross-section of Baltimore and Anne Arundel cities and towns, including Glen Burnie, Brooklyn Park, Pasadena, Linthicum Heights, Hanover, Millersville, Severn, Odenton, Crofton, Severna Park and Annapolis, just to name a few. Monsignor Slade families benefit from a Catholic school location ideal for carpooling or commuting, with a highly regarded extended care program also available.
The mission of Monsignor Slade Catholic School is to promote Catholic faith and intellectual development in our students. We do this by teaching about and modeling the precepts of the Catholic faith, as well as challenging our students with a rigorous course of study. We do this so that they will use their faith, knowledge, and skills to shape their futures positively and work for the benefit of the whole society.
“The highlight of my time here at Slade would be all the activities I get to do here. It is so much fun doing yearbook, the musical, and sports. It is just so amazing!” ~ Abby, 8th grade
“I like the constant reminder from teachers to study - and when I say constant I mean, at the beginning, middle, and end of every class. Even at the end of the day. It’s nice to know that the teachers are looking out for you and want to see you succeed - it’s kind of like they’re giving you a life hack: study every night and you’ll ace that pop quiz that’s next week!” ~ Ali, 6th grade
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“I feel that my transition to middle school here at Monsignor Slade Catholic School has been a smooth one. For most people, middle school is a tough transition from elementary school, but for me so far middle school has been great! I feel comfortable in all of my classes and I know I can come to any of my teachers when I need help. I have made great friends and have gotten to meet great people here. Overall, my transition to middle school has been very smooth and I am proud to be a student in such a safe environment.” ~ Amanda, 6th grade
“ I do feel prepared for high school because we have worked hard and experienced challenges, just like we will in high school. We have been taught higher level subjects, much like the ones we will learn in high school. The highlight of my time at Slade has been spending time with my friends and sharing lots of fun experiences as well as learning new things.” ~ Jenna, 8th grade
While most 13-year-olds look forward to days off from class, Emily Kolenda wants to go to school. The sixth-grade student at Monsignor Slade Catholic School has had a rare disease — acute disseminated encephalomyelitis — since she was 9. She rarely missed school before an MRI revealed lesions on her brain. Now, she won’t have to miss class. Emily has a robot — dubbed W.O.A.W.O.A. —that takes her place at her Glen Burnie school. With the help of an iPad connected to it, Emily can “walk” through the school, talk to her classmates and answer questions.
Students at Monsignor Slade Catholic School traveled the world using Google Goggles or Google Cardboard!
Monsignor Slade Catholic School recently collected over 5,125 pairs of shoes in its "Feet for Francis" service project in honor of Pope Francis' recent visit to the United States.
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An intervention program for grades 1-4 to address learning challenges.