At a Glance
At a Glance
Mother Mary Lange Catholic School (MMLCS) will be the new home of Holy Angels Catholic School and Saints James and John Catholic School. Opening in the fall of 2021, MMLCS is a new, two-track, Catholic school that provide students a values-based, 21st Century education.
- STEM Suite (Science Lab, Makerspace and Robotics)
- Digital Media Center (Library and Digital Media Studio)
- Art and music rooms
- Health Suite
- Regulation-size gymnasium with performance stage
- Full-service kitchen and dining facility
- 7-on-7 soccer/lacrosse field and exercise circuit
- State-of-the-art security systems
- Full-time counselor
- Access to medical and dental care professionals
- Speech and language clinicians
Mother Mary Lange Catholic School is the first new school to be built by the Archdiocese of Baltimore in nearly 60 years. Enrollment is expected to total 520 by its fourth year of operation.
Feedback we receive from prospective families will determine bus routes and bus stop locations for students of Mother Mary Lange Catholic School. Families who take advantage of bus transportation to MMLCS will pay a fee for the service.
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.
In accordance with standards set by the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Mother Mary Lange Catholic School will meet the requirements established by the Cognia Accreditation Commission and Board of Trustees, and thereby be accredited by the NCA Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the Northwest Accreditation Commission, and the SACS Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.
Mother Mary Lange Catholic 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.