Daily Prayer

The Sisters Academy of Baltimore community partakes in vital spiritual moments. We encourage our students to discern the divine within themselves, in others, and in their surroundings, fostering a renewed and vibrant connection with God. Each day commences with Prayer and Devotion during the Morning Gathering, a dedicated time for reflection and expressing intentions. This period holds great importance as it unites our community in faith before embarking on the day’s academic pursuits.

Spiritual Study

As part of the core academic curriculum, each student at the Sisters Academy of Baltimore engages in the study of Religion and attends mass one Friday every month at St. Clements Church. This educational structure offers students opportunities to practice fellowship through praise and worship. While we respect the religious traditions and beliefs of all students, participation in all school religious and spiritual activities is respectfully required at Sisters Academy of Baltimore, considering it integral to our comprehensive program.

Our Sponsoring Congregations: A Tapestry of Charisms

At Sisters Academy of Baltimore, we are deeply rooted in the traditions and values of our four sponsoring congregations: the Religious Sisters of Mercy, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, the Sisters of Bon Secours, and the School Sisters of Notre Dame. Each congregation brings a unique charism, or spiritual gift, that weaves a beautiful tapestry of inspiration and guidance for our community.

Religious Sisters of Mercy

The Religious Sisters of Mercy, founded by Catherine McAuley, are renowned for their commitment to serving with compassion and mercy. Their charism inspires us to embrace the marginalized and create a warm, inclusive environment for all.

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur

Founded by St. Julie Billiart and Fran├žoise Blin de Bourdon, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur have a charism of education, particularly for girls and women. Their dedication to providing holistic, faith-based education is evident in our school’s curriculum and ethos.

Sisters of Bon Secours

The Sisters of Bon Secours, founded by Josephine Potel and Stanislaus Bliszczynski, embody a charism of healing and compassion. Their legacy inspires us to care for each individual’s physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

School Sisters of Notre Dame

Founded by Blessed Theresa Gerhardinger, the School Sisters of Notre Dame have a charism of unity and reconciliation. Their commitment to fostering peace and understanding among diverse communities resonates in our efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion..

Together, United in Mission

Sisters Academy of Baltimore is a testament to the collective impact of these four congregations. Our school is a place where students are nurtured and empowered to realize their full potential. We are grateful for the ongoing guidance and support of our sponsoring congregations, whose charisms continue to shape and enrich our community.