When COVID-19 forced campus to close last spring, McDonogh was ready. With only a short time to transition to virtual school, teachers restructured their coursework and students rose to the challenge. While it was the first time in our history that teaching and learning took place virtually, it was not the first time McDonogh was forced to close due to a pandemic.
Read about the dramatic pivot to virtual school in the first-ever, interactive, digital edition of McDonogh Magazine.
Meet the new Head of Middle School, learn what happened during the influenza epidemic of 1918, and enjoy a round-up of Arts and Athletics. Catch up on Class Notes, congratulate our latest Distinguished Service Award, Hall of Fame, and Young Alumni honorees, and don't miss highlights from our one-of-a-kind Class of 2020 Diploma Day. All this and more is waiting for you in the Summer 2020 issue.
*We will return to the print format this winter; there was just so much we wanted you to experience digitally this time around.
The Alumni Association is always looking for news and photos to share in the Class Notes section of McDonogh Magazine. If you have an update or photo to share, please submit online. Please note: photos are published based on quality and available space. Digital images are preferred and should be at least 2 megapixels [1600x1200].