News

Wednesday, May 17

BW Teacher Immerses in Japanese Culture

For Sister Kathleen Jancuk, the Japanese people and culture have a special place in her heart. Jancuk, a member of the order of the Sisters of Notre Dame who teaches at Bishop Walsh School in Cumberland, spent a month in Japan on a teaching trip and brought her experiences and love of the country back to her students in Western Maryland.

Thursday, May 11

BW Senior Presented Presented with Eagle of the Cross Award

​Bishop Walsh senior Sean Mullaney was presented with the special Eagle of the Cross Award.

Thursday, May 11

New State Program Offers Tuition Assistance for Catholic Schools

There is great news from the State of Maryland about a new program that will provide tuition assistance for students of non-public schools, including Bishop Walsh.

Wednesday, April 5

Seniors Named Archdiocesan Distinctive Scholars

Tuesday, April 4

Mock Trial Team Wins Regional Playoff

Thursday, March 16

2017-2018 Registration Now Open!

Wednesday, January 25

Appel Receives Widdows Scholarship

Bishop Walsh student Lexi Appel is the recipient of a scholarship from the Bruce Widdows Scholarship Fund.

Wednesday, January 11

Mullaney Receives DAR “Good Citizen Award” at BW

Bishop Walsh senior Sean Mullaney has been selected as the recipient of the BW Good Citizen Award through the Daughters of the American Revolution. The honor is voted upon by the senior class and recognizes a student for dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.

Sunday, December 4

Bishop Walsh Launches Program for Homeschooling Families

Bishop Walsh School has started accepting homeschooled middle and high school students to its academic and co-curricular activities.  The new collaborative has already attracted several area homeschool students to the Catholic School located in Cumberland.

Tuesday, August 9

BW AP Scores Continue to Surpass State and National Averages

Advanced Placement test scores at Bishop Walsh continue to outrank state and national averages!