Having just completed her first year as an English teacher at Malden Catholic, Ms. Lauren Lesiczka reflects on the journey that brought her to 99 Crystal Street.
Ms. Angela Lee has been recognized by the Catholic Schools Office as a 2018 Archdiocese of Boston Excellence in Education Award Recipient. This annual award honors elementary and secondary school teachers’ commitment to developing saints and scholars in the Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Boston.
Moving to the United States just to attend Malden Catholic, Tom Guo has made a name for himself in the Lancer community. In the fall, he will attend Notre Dame where he hopes to encounter a similar "brotherhood" to what he experienced on Crystal Street.
"Malden Catholic is in my blood," says School Counselor Mr. Matt Lee-Masiello. Matt, who literally grew up in the halls of MC, was recently awarded a Margaret Addis Memorial Scholarship by the New England Association for College Admission Counseling. Matt sat down with us to reflect on on his MC background, his journey through the field of school counseling, and what it means to be named a Margaret Addis Memorial Scholar.
On Wednesday, March 7th, Malden Catholic celebrated the opening of its new academic wing that will host Malden Catholic School for Girls with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony and brunch. Click the photo to read more about this historic event...
Fr. Chris Calderon, S.J., a Ph.D. candidate in education at Harvard University, began an internship with Malden Catholic in late January. Calling his 24th year of school "one of the best in my life as a student," due to his professors, classmates, course content, and opportunities, Fr. Chris says he is excited to be back working in a high school like Malden Catholic.