Welcome to Catonsville High School

FINISH COMET PARK!
Looking for the perfect holiday or graduation gift?  Consider donating money to Comet Park in honor or memory of someone, anyone AND it's tax deductible.  Know a business that would like to advertise in our stadium - pass the word along about our Business Banner sponsorships.  If you've been waiting to leave your mark on Comet Park - now is the time - purchase a seat dedication plaque for your favorite teacher, student or alumni.  Don't let this opportunity pass you by!  
Check out our stadium webpage 
http://www.cometboosterclub.com/comet-park---our-stadium.html highlighting our sponsors, banners, seat plaques. 

Sponsorship brochure can be found at http://www.cometboosterclub.com/uploads/1/8/4/5/18450837/finishthepark.pdf

Seat dedications can be purchased for $100 (2-line) or $250 (3-line). Find the seat dedication application and those that have already donated here: http://www.cometboosterclub.com/seat-dedications.html

Think Christmas gifts, Graduation gifts, TAX deduction - DONATE today! 

WE can do this and YOU can help us!  

 

What's New                                                                 
Microsoft Office 365 Free for BCPS Students and Their Families
Baltimore County Public Schools students and their family members can now access free of charge up to five copies of the Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus suite for their personal computers, tablets, iPads, iPhones, and Android devices.
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Auditorium Upgrade
Please consider making a donation to the Auditorium Fund to help the CHS PTSA develop a plan to upgrade the sound system, acoustics and seating!
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CHS Spotlight – Celebrating Our Success                  

Young leaders

On Nov. 5, 2014,  Catonsville High School's Young Leaders mentorship program for ninth grade males took a field trip to BCPS Young Men's Summit.  Students from Catonsville High School participated in a variety of leadership and character building activities throughout the day.  Noted guest speakers were National Teacher of the Year Sean McComb and Superintendent S. Dallas Dance.

"It was a great opportunity to learn about to being a positive young man and taking greater responsibility for my actions at school and at home." – CHS student, Keyon Mays


signing

 Six CHS seniors sign athletic letters of intent.  Read more HERE.