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!


SPIRIT WEEK – This Week

SPIRIT WEEK – This Week

October 10, 2019| Posted By: Greg Malanowski| Posted in News, Student Life

SPIRIT WEEK – OCTOBER 14-18 MONDAY – “MAUI MONDAY” Wear your best tropical/beach/pool gear!  Tropical shirts, swim trunks, swim shirts, closed toe shoes.  No hats, no sleeveless shirts, no short shorts. Full Dress Down – Bring your spirit. TUESDAY – “TV TUESDAY” Dress as your favorite TV character.  No masks, no violent or inappropriate characters. Full Dress Down – Bring your spirit. WEDNESDAY – TESTING DAY No Spirit Week activities Freshmen – Event Sophomores & Juniors – PSAT Seniors – college visits THURSDAY – “HOMECOMING SPIRIT DAY” Wear your Homecoming T-shirt or Fall Sports jersey.  Must be in dress code waist down. FRIDAY – CLASS COLOR COMPETITION & PEP RALLY Wear your class color: Freshmen –…

Blackfriars’ Theatre Posts Cast List and Begins Rehearsals

Blackfriars’ Theatre Posts Cast List and Begins Rehearsals

October 10, 2019| Posted By: Greg Malanowski| Posted in Fine Arts, News, Student Life

Blackfriars’ Theatre announced the cast list for its fall production of “Clue” which will take place on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, November 24 at 2 PM.  Advance tickets will go on sale in November. Click HERE to see the Cast List If you have questions, email Mr. Lawrence:  elawrence@archbishopcurley.org.

Class of 2023 Election Results

Class of 2023 Election Results

September 20, 2019| Posted By: Greg Malanowski| Posted in News, Student Life

The results of the freshman class election are as follows: President — Michael Cox VP — Moses Okowa Congratulations!

Fall Mixer Tickets on Sale!

Fall Mixer Tickets on Sale!

September 6, 2019| Posted By: Greg Malanowski| Posted in News, Student Life

The September Mixer takes place on Friday, September 20th from 8-11 PM in the Student Dining Room. The cost is $10 per person online. ($20 at the door) You must bring your school ID card. You do not need to bring a date to a mixer Dress is casual, but must be appropriate and modest. All students must arrive to Curley NO LATER than 8:30pm, and CANNOT leave any earlier than 10:30pm. Any questions, please email Ms. Kogler (ckogler@archbishopcurley.org or Mr. Pressimone (jpressimone@archbishopcurley.org)”. To purchase Mixer Tickets online, click HERE.

Welcome to Curley’s New Website!

Welcome to Curley’s New Website!

August 29, 2019| Posted By: Greg Malanowski| Posted in Admissions, Alumni, News, Parents, Student Life

We have launched new version of the Curley website. It is available to the Curley Family at the usual address, archbishopcurley.org. The site has a new look which we hope is attractive and easy to navigate.  On the Homepage, the black menu bar at the top has familiar channels which will make users of past websites feel at home.  Click on the Curley shield (left side of black menu bar) to return to the Homepage. Students and parents should check the BACK TO SCHOOL Page for summer assignments, dates, textbooks and other information prior to returning in September. Parents should note that any…

Students “Encounter the Gospel of Life”

Students “Encounter the Gospel of Life”

March 23, 2019| Posted By: dwgadmin| Posted in Student Life

A Reflection by Patrick McDonald ’20 For photos, click HERE to go to Curley’s Facebook page. From July 9th to July 13th, over 40 Curley students including myself went to a service campcalled Encounter the Gospel of Life. This is an event held at the University of Maryland, College Park and includes schools and parishes from across Maryland and even from Boston. The objective of this trip is to connect with others through acts of service and to grow stronger in one’s relationship with God and others. As for my experience, I can truly say that my outlook was changed almost immediately. On…

Senior Class Presents Live Stations of the Cross

Senior Class Presents Live Stations of the Cross

March 23, 2019| Posted By: dwgadmin| Posted in Student Life

The Stations (or Way) of the Cross is a Lenten devotion that has been promoted by the Franciscan Friars since the Middle Ages. At Curley, it has been a tradition for the Senior Class to present a Live Stations of the Cross to the student body during Holy Week. This year, for the first time, this moving presentation was offered in the evening for parents and friends to attend. The Curley Schola provided the music. The cast and crew of the production included the following: Jesus – Robbie Commodari Mary – Olivia Bounds (from IND) Soldier 1 – Nate Dillow Soldier 2 – Yong Park Soldier 3…

Curley Community Celebrates Ash Wednesday

Curley Community Celebrates Ash Wednesday

March 23, 2019| Posted By: dwgadmin| Posted in Student Life

“Repent and Believe the Good News.” February 14th is for Christians the beginning of Lent, which is marked by the reception of ashes on the forehead to proclaim that we are sinners in need of God’s grace. Bishop Denis Madden, Urban Vicar for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, was the principal celebrant and homilist. In his homily, Bishop Madden encouraged all to use the opportunity that Lent provides to do the traditional works of Lent: prayer, fasting and alms…giving. He went further to suggest that as we perform these works, we go beyond our comfort zones, and discover our true selves. The Curley…

Senior Service Week

Senior Service Week

March 23, 2019| Posted By: dwgadmin| Posted in Student Life

Archbishop Curley High School’s requirement for service is based on the example of St. Francis of Assisi who understood the need to integrate religious belief with everyday living. For St. Francis, serving the poor was nothing less than honoring God in the presence of another person. The MISSION 4 SERVICE program is an opportunity for our students to reach out to others who find themselves in need. While the learning that happens in the classroom is import…ant, we strongly believe in extending that learning experience beyond our school’s walls. All students have a service requirement. Seniors choose a service site and…