There is always something going on at Curley!
This news page highlights some of the many things happening with the students of Curley. Class activities to individual accomplishments are reported here. Check in often!
The EV Engineering Class has seen significant progress in different parts of the car since our last update. Upon finishing the low-voltage panel and the accelerator pedal, the students focused on the battery tray and the final few steps for the chain guard. The students tested the voltage at various places within the circuit and found another electrical issue. The students took it for a test drive! During the test drive, they found another issue with the wheel.
The Curley Bus took a trip to St. Joseph School- Fullerton yesterday for the annual 8th Grade Drive-Off! Welcome to the Brotherhood! Congratualtions Grant, Cole, Michael, Raphael, Nathan, Ryan, Rafael, Riley, John, Josh, and Drew!
Congratulations to the following spring athletes for being selected as ALL-MIAA in their respective sports. Baseball-John Petryszak, Austin Sealing, Derek Poole Golf-Jake Goff, Gavin Barton Lacrosse-Carter Baynes, Trey Magnaye, Liam Roesener, James Zingo We would also like to send a special congratulations to the following coaches and players for their special recognition: Head Coach Chris Ogle-MIAA B-Conference Lacrosse Coach of the year. James Zingo-MIAA B-Conference Lacrosse Athlete of the Year.…
On Friday May 26th, Curley celebrated their Class of 2023 with their graduation, held at The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. Award winners on the evening included: St. Francis Scholastic (2 nd highest QPA 4 years) Joseph A. Baranoski II and Michael B. Cox II St. Bonaventure Scholastic (Highest QPA 4 years) Charles A. Haffer School Service Joseph A. Baranoski II School Spirit Liam P. Roesener Ideal Curley Man of…
Archbishop Curley celebrated their senior class of 2023 at the 59th Baccalaureate Liturgy, held at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blesssed Virgin Mary in Baltimore. Award winners included: State of Maryland Merit Scholarship Awards- Joseph A. Baranoski II, Charles A. Haffer, Michael B. Cox II, Kyle N. Pumphrey, Garrett R. Hanlon, Brett M. Townsley…
Congratulations to oour Newly Elected Officials to Represent the SGA and Archbishop Curley for the 2023-2024 School Year. (Front Row L-R) Dillon-Seth Smith-Class of 2026 President, Cody Rice-Class of 2026 Vice-President (2nd Row L-R) Kevin Goedeke-Class of 2024 President, Blake Dean-Class of 2024 Vice-President, AJ Polcari-SGA President, Nate Raynor-SGA Vice-President (3rd Row L-R) Patrick Brewster-SGA Secretary, Carson Gianelli-SGA Treasurer, Xavier Dandridge-Class of 2025 Vice-President, Jacob Hanley-Class of 2025 President
Curley’s Senior Prom took place on Saturday May 20th, at Baltimore’s World Trade Center, where lots of great memories we had.
Congratulations to the Friars, and Coach Ogle, for winning their second straight B Conference Lacrosse Championship!
In celebration of the last four years, Curley hosted their President’s Reception for senior parents.
The Curley Junior Prom, that took place on Saturday May 13th, at Columbus Gardens, was a night to remember.
Great day for our class of 2023 seniors. Members of our Alumni Board hosted the Senior BBQ, and most seniors wore shirts from the college each will be attending next fall.
Beautiful weather all day at Curley. We awarded 252 individual medals, 2 team trophies and 2 special individual awards, (including the prestigious Joseph D’Adamo Jr. Trophy for the best Male Athlete of the Meet). Congratulations to Immaculate Conception school for winning the large school division and to Calvert School for winning the small school division.
Curley hosted ATF Special Agent Certified Fire Investigators & Task Force Officers from Maryland Office of State Fire Marshall, Anne Arundel County Fire Department to speak to Mrs. Burton’s Forensics Classes. The classes wrapped up their unit of Arson Investigation and this was a special treat to learn about real world experiences. The stars of the day were the accelerant detection K9s, Spice, Sky, and Jessie.
Congratulations to Jack Kuhl ’24 who has recently earned the rank of Eagle, Scouting’s highest award.
Jack Kuhl is officially an Eagle Scout as of his Board of Review last night. He completed his service project here at Curley.
On Sunday evening, Curley Bandsmen Tyler Makowiecki ‘23 represented Archbishop Curley in the 2023 Music for All Honor Jazz Ensemble of America in Indianapolis, IN. Select students came from all across the country and the ensemble was directed by Mr. Alan Baylock, Director of the University of North Texas, One O’Clock Band. Pictured with Mr. Alan Baylock and father, Mr. David Makowiecki ‘93.
With readings, live scene changes, and music, the Senior Class presented the annual Way of the Cross for the student body on April 4th. The Way (or Stations) of the Cross has been promoted by the Franciscan Friars for centuries, and has been celebrated at Curley during Holy Week for many years.
The outdoor club went on a trip with the Chesapeake Bay foundation. We participated in the Baltimore Harbor Environmental Education program. We explored the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Executed Water quality tests, fished, dredged oysters and cough jellyfish in a net. We spent the entire day on the water and witnessed some of the Chesapeake Bay’s Ecology.
Day of Discovery – A Presidential Tour On Saturday, a group of St. Bonaventure Scholars visited a variety of presidential sites with Mr. Pipkin and Mr. Joseph. The group toured Petersen House (where Abraham Lincoln died) and stopped by the White House and Blair House to discuss presidential history. They visited the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle (site of John Kennedy’s funeral). The Cathedral contains images related to Archbishop Michael J. Curley, who served as the Archbishop of Washington from 1939-1947 while also serving as the Archbishop of Baltimore. The tour included a stop on the National Mall to…