At a Glance
At St. Ursula School, we pride ourselves on upholding the long-standing tradition of academic excellence that a Catholic education offers. Our dedicated faculty and staff enrich the learning process for students through the integration of technology, and the implementation of creative instruction and interactive-learning. In a safe and nurturing environment, St. Ursula School promotes the development of the whole child.
By the Numbers
- 634 students enrolled for the 2023-2024 school year
- Over $253,000 awarded in scholarships to the Class of 2023
- Over 350 pieces of technology for student use, including Chromebooks, iPads, 3D printers, desktop computers, and SMART Boards
- 34 zip codes represented across Baltimore County, Baltimore City and Harford County
|Mrs. Leslie Jones
|Blue & Yellow
|Howling Husky 2009-present
|8:10 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.
Doors open for students at 7:40 a.m.
|Extended Day Hours
|7:00 a.m. - 7:40 a.m. (morning)
2:50 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. (afternoon)
|634 students (2023-2024 school year)
|Pre-K(4) through 8th Grade
Girls & Boys Basketball (3rd through 8th grades)
Book Club (Grades 2-3 & 6-8)
National Junior Honor Society
Drama (School Play)
Positive School Environment
To foster a positive school environment where all students are educated in a safe and caring atmosphere, all Archdiocesan schools will follow established procedures for prevention and intervention for bullying, harassment or intimidation.
Positive Behavioral Intervention & Supports (PBIS) has been implemented in every Archdiocesan elementary and high school to enhance academic and social behavior outcomes for all students.
All Archdiocesan high schools and elementary schools are accredited as a system through AdvancED. Every five years, the Department of Catholic Schools completes a system-wide accreditation review, which culminates with a visit by an AdvancED External Review Team. Each school is evaluated based on the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools.
St. Ursula School is an Archdiocesan Collaborative School (ACS), which is a model of shared governance developed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The ACS model utilizes a shared governance model that fosters unity through the collaboration of stakeholders in support of Catholic schools. The model allows decisions regarding day-to-day school operations to be made at the local level, while individual schools and school administrators are supported centrally from the Department of Catholic Schools and the Catholic Center's Central Services in areas such as academics, finance, development, enrollment management and marketing.