Welcome to Catonsville High School

At Catonsville High School we provide high quality, equitable instruction that ensures all of our graduates are college and career ready.  Our students learn in a safe environment that reflects the values and diversity of our community and is rooted in our Tradition of Excellence.

4A State Champions!


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Read all about it in the Baltimore Sun by clicking HERE
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Catonsville High School’s

23rd Annual

Edible Art Show

Thursday April 6, 2017

In the Catonsville High School Cafeteria

Admission is $1.00 or a Canned Food Item

5:30pm-6:30pm – Set-up artwork for judging

7:15 – Awards Ceremony

7:45 – Dig in!!

Entries will be judged in three categories:

  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School/Community

EVERYONE is welcome!

We have great prizes!!



What's New                                                                 
Oct 2017 PTSA Teacher Award
Please help us congratulate Ms. Stephens for this award.
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Mr. Brusewitz
Sept 2017 PTSA Teacher Award
Mr. Brusewitz wins the September PTSA Teacher Award
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CHS Ranked #19 by Baltimore Business Journal
CHS Ranked #19 by Baltimore Business Journal
Look through a gallery to see which high schools were ranked as the best in the Baltimore area, which includes Baltimore City, as well as Baltimore, Harford, Anne Arundel, Howard and Carroll counties.
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It's Academic News
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CHS Spotlight – Celebrating Our Success                  




Mr. Brannon receives the March PTSA Teachers are Heroes Award. Congrats Mr. Brannon!


Visit the Quick Links section on this page, or the PTSA website, to nominate a teacher today.




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CHS senior June Yang, second place winner for Intermedia Production, at the Youth Art Competition, Baltimore County Art Guild. 

"Split-Second Self-Portrait"









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Catonsville High School junior Peniel “Penny” Beyene was named the 3rd Place Winner of the 2017 WJZ Black History Oratory Competition.  Go Penny!