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Mandatory Athletic Meeting/Meet the Coaches Night
Wednesday, August 14th at 6:30 p.m. in the Dining Hall and Auditorium. Each athlete (fall, winter, and/or spring sports) is expected to attend with at least one parent/guardian.
The Booster Club will have free pizza, fruit, and drinks for everyone!
Fall Sports Tryouts
Fall sports tryouts are Thursday, August 15th and Friday, August 16th (some sports may need Monday, August 19th to finalize teams). Once teams are finalized, practices will continue each day (excluding weekends) from 5:00-7:00 p.m. until the start of school day events. Anyone interested must have a current physical on file
and attend all tryout days.
Soccer, Field Hockey, and Cross Country will be at Herring Run Park (corner of Chesterfield Ave. and Harford Rd.). Volleyball will be in the school gym.
In the event that Catholic High needs to cancel or modify practices due to heat or weather, we encourage you to follow our school Facebook page and Athletic Twitter account for the most accurate and updated information!
The Catholic High School of Baltimore participates in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) during the fall, winter, and spring. The school mascot is the Cub, and the school colors are green and gold. Click on a sport to view the team schedule and home field directions.
Find all news and updates on Athletic Events & Teams by following @cubathletics on twitter!
Click here for directions on how to complete the baseline computerized test.
Sports NewsCongratulations to our Lacrosse Team, IAAM C Conference Champions (2 years in a row)!
All students will be required to get a participation physical each year. Please make sure you have a current physical that covers until at least May of 2018. If you have questions about a physical, please contact our Trainer, Lauren Ey, at email@example.com
For any other questions, please contact Kari McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org
Athletic Department Philosophy
- To represent The Catholic High School of Baltimore positively in interscholastic competition.
- To provide a program for good physical conditioning and training.
- To develop sportsmanship, athletic skills, and techniques, as well as to promote self-discipline, personal dedication, and determination.
- To promote and encourage young women to participate in interscholastic competition and benefit from the advantages athletic competition can provide.