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Notes for Prospective Students
Calvert Hall College is a Lasallian school community.
the educational legacy of their founder, St. John Baptist de La
Salle, the Brothers of the Christian Schools founded Calvert Hall
to provide educational opportunities to the immigrant church of
Today, Calvert Hall reflects its core Lasallian values
in its mission and practice.
Calvert Hall is a diverse community
offering an excellent academic program that stimulates and
challenges a wide variety of students.
Ethnic, socio-economic, and
academic diversity are valued by the Hall, both in its enrollment
practices and in its curricular and co-curricular programming.
faculty holds students to high standards of intellectual and moral
development to encourage them to reach their full potential and to
prepare themselves to face the challenges of the modern world.
Teaching and learning in community is an essential element of
Lasallian educational practice.
The Brothers and their lay
colleagues, "together and by association," foster an educational
community where the expertise and input of each staff member is
Instructed by St. John Baptist de La Salle to act as
brothers to one another and to the young men entrusted to their
care, the Christian Brothers have communicated this approach to
education to several generations of lay associates who now minister
to the young men at Calvert Hall.
The faculty and staff seek
thereby to model to the students of Calvert Hall a community that
promotes a brotherhood that endures beyond graduation.
remains faithful to its commitments as an institution of the Roman
As St. La Salle envisioned, the school is a
steward of that faith for every generation.
Thus, campus ministry
activities and service opportunities remain a key feature of
Calvert Hall's Lasallian ministry, helping each student develop his
relationship with God, his family and his peers.
focuses on the total person, preparing the student to appreciate
his talents and share them with the wider community, particularly
those most in need.
To that end, Calvert Hall creates an
environment that fosters mutual respect, thus enabling the student
to make responsible decisions in the face of a wide array of
professional and ethical choices.
By focusing on academic
excellence, diversity, community, mutual respect and brotherhood,
Calvert Hall calls students to live their beliefs, develop their
full potential, respect all life and actively pursue the
self-discipline and community action which will bring spiritual,
personal and academic goals to fruition.