Leaving then returning – The path for many Mount teachers

Most high school students would usually go through their four years of school, go to college, and then move on from their school life, but what about those who come back? Ever since MSJ was established back in 1876, they have taught thousands of young men to prepare them to become the men God intends … Continue reading Leaving then returning – The path for many Mount teachers

Mr. Alfieri’s advice to aspiring musicians: “If there’s an opportunity, go for it.”

Michael Alfieri, the new band and music teacher at Mount Saint Joseph High School, is partway through his first year at the Mount. He has been teaching for many years prior to joining the school's faculty, and has a passion for music practically unrivaled by most teachers here. He has infused the band with his … Continue reading Mr. Alfieri’s advice to aspiring musicians: “If there’s an opportunity, go for it.”

Ms. Jenna Gallagher: “MSJ has offered me many opportunities to improve as a teacher”

Going into my senior year, I realized what I might want to do for a living when I get older. I'm seriously considering a career as a math teacher for younger students. Coming from a Baltimore City public middle school, the private school environment is a huge change. My experience in middle school was filled … Continue reading Ms. Jenna Gallagher: “MSJ has offered me many opportunities to improve as a teacher”

A graduate of Loyola-Blakefield, Mr. Shawn Turner’s path leads him to The Mount

Mr. Shawn Turner, one of the newer teachers here at the Mount has a lot to offer, for not only the students and the faculty, but the mathematics department as well. I was given the chance to speak with Mr. Turner to learn more about him as a teacher, and as a person, and to … Continue reading A graduate of Loyola-Blakefield, Mr. Shawn Turner’s path leads him to The Mount

From MSJ Student to Coach: Kyle Reagan ’00

The 2017-2018 school year here at Mount Saint Joseph is welcoming a large number of new teachers and faculty members. One specifically is Mr. Kyle Reagan, or in the track team’s case, Coach Reagan. Coach Reagan is working in the DePaul Center, but he is also coaching cross country. Prior to his return to Saint … Continue reading From MSJ Student to Coach: Kyle Reagan ’00

Ms. Bastidas: Drawn to Baltimore’s Community of Artists

With a new year starting at MSJ, the newest additions to the MSJ community arrive. Since several teachers unfortunately left, St. Joe had to accommodate for the incoming class of 2021. With several new teachers joining the faculty family, each has his or her own creative flair to add to this community. When talking about … Continue reading Ms. Bastidas: Drawn to Baltimore’s Community of Artists