Mount Saint Joseph is a Catholic college preparatory school for young men sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers. Faithful to the tradition of Xaverian education, Mount Saint Joseph strives to be a community of growth and learning characterized by enduring personal relationships, an emphasis on spiritual formation, a challenging academic program, and a commitment to justice and peace.
As a Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School, we view education in terms of message, community, worship, and service. The students and faculty are inspired to appreciate the faith in their lives, to understand community in a global as well as local sense, to experience personal and communal prayer, and to realize the service to others is basic to the gospel message of Jesus.
Mount St. Joseph serves the greater Baltimore metropolitan area and draws students from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds, which gives the school a unique mix that reflects the rich variety of contemporary America. In ministering to this community our faculty has a responsibility to foster, by both word and example, Christian values which mirror the belief in the special dignity given to each person by Jesus Christ.
We view academic excellence as an achievable goal for all the students as each one learns and grows according to individual talents. We believe that the total education of each student necessitates an active collaboration with parents. Ongoing evaluation of our program and progress helps to ensure that we are properly responding to the genuine needs of our students.
We encourage the participation of each student in a well developed program of athletics and extra-curricular activities which complements our educational endeavor. The entire school is committed to the progressive fostering of self-discipline and independence while maintaining the primary importance of providing an environment in which all students can learn to become educated, contributing citizens of the world.
Our faculty has two primary goals: To teach our students to grow as Christian disciples and to teach them to think with a critical mind. It is our hope that our students will use their knowledge and their talents in service to others. In doing this, they echo the underlying message we wish to impart: In today’s world, the loving, good person, even alone, can and will make a difference.
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