At A Glance

Statistics:

  • St. Agnes is a co-educational Catholic Elementary and Middle School for students 3 years old to grade 8.

  • The rigorous curriculum enables our students to achieve success on standardized tests.

  • The average class size is 17.

  • Graduating students go on to a wide variety of excellent high schools in the area including Mount de Sales Academy, Mount St. Joseph High School, Loyola Blakefield, The Catholic High School, Calvert Hall College, Baltimore School for the Arts, Institute of Notre Dame, Notre Dame Preparatory, Baltimore Polytechnic, and Western Vocational Technical.

Participation:

  • 100% of the student body participates in computer classes, music, and physical education.

  • 100% of the student body participates in service projects for outreach programs.

  • 100% graduation rate. ​

Staff Support:

  • Full Time Nurse

  • Full Time Learning Specialist

  • Guidance Counselor

  • Title 1 Services from both Baltimore County and Baltimore City

What Families Have to Say About St. Agnes

Stacie (Healy) Noakes, Class of 1992, and her son Mason, Class of 2025

Stacie said, “I enjoyed attending St. Agnes from 1st through 8th grade. The school population was much bigger then (both school buildings were used), however we didn’t have a gym (so our basketball teams had to practice and play elsewhere). The faculty and staff were dedicated to ensuring the students were well prepared for life. When my son (Mason) was 3 and we were looking for a full day Pre-K program, I was pleasantly surprised to see that St. Agnes had one. He has been attending St. Agnes ever since. I believe that St. Agnes is better now than it used to due to: expanded subjects & programs (such as Spanish, Pre-K, summer camps, aftercare), the gym building, more diversity of students, smaller class sizes, more parent involvement & great teacher-to-parent communication. Mason has grown so much over the last 4 years and a big part of that is due to the excellence of his Catholic education at St. Agnes School.”