List of 6 items.

  • George E. Andrews Jr., President

    Mr. Andrews came to MSJ as a social studies teacher in 1987. During his initial years at the school, he was involved in coaching track and cross country outside the classroom, and progressed to becoming the school’s director of admissions as well as an assistant principal. Mr. Andrews is a graduate of St. Mary’s Ryken High School – a Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School in southern Maryland – and has a Bachelor of Arts in history from Wheeling Jesuit University and a master’s degree in history from Duquesne University. In 1998, Mr. Andrews became principal of York Catholic High School, where he served in that capacity for fourteen years. He returned to The Mount as President in 2012.
  • Brendan Donohue, Principal

    Mr. Donohue holds a master's degree in secondary school administration from Boston College and a master’s degree in history from Duquesne University. With more than 30 years of experience teaching in Catholic schools, Mr. Donohue previously served 13 years as principal at a fellow Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School, Xavier High School in Middletown, Connecticut.
  • Gregory McDivitt '86, Assistant Principal, Director of Studies

    Mr. McDivitt is a 1986 graduate of Mount Saint Joseph. Prior to becoming the assistant principal, he taught freshman biology, genetics, and AP Biology and served as head of the science department. He pioneered the summer reading program at Mount Saint Joseph and organizes the school’s annual ski trip, whitewater rafting trip and other outdoor adventures. He also coaches the water polo and swim teams. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in biology from the University of Delaware and a master's degree in biology from Towson University.
  • Jodi Masino, Assistant Principal for Supervision of Faculty and Instruction

    Ms. Masino holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Maryland, as well as a Master of Arts in leadership in education and a postgraduate certificate in special education and teaching from Notre Dame of Maryland University. She has served as a teacher in the DePaul Program since 2012 and joined the administration in 2023.
  • Ryan Luckman, Assistant Principal, Director of Students

    Mr. Luckman holds a Bachelor of Science in education with a biology concentration from Bloomsburg University and a master's in education with a concentration in leadership from York College. Previously, he taught science at Mount Saint Joseph for 5 years. Mr. Luckman has been working in education for over 15 years.
  • Sam Bianco '01, Assistant Principal, Director of Student Life

    Mr. Bianco graduated from Mount Saint Joseph in 2001 and returned as a teacher in 2005. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in history from The Catholic University of America and his master’s degree in education from Loyola University, Maryland. Prior to his role as director of student life, he served as director of students, worked in campus ministry, and taught theology. Mr. Bianco has also served The Mount as director of the intramural sports program for over a decade and is the current head coach for varsity volleyball.

A Message From the President

Theodore James Ryken’s original calling and mission was to form a band of Brothers who would mutually and spiritually edify one another, while carrying the shared responsibility of educating the young. These gentlemen of humble beginnings are called the Xaverian Brothers. Their Brotherhood remains alive and well today as they serve out a higher purpose in communities around the world.

Over time, Ryken’s vision and the virtues he established have been adopted by a growing body of faculty, staff, and students. They understand and seek to exemplify the foundational values of the Xaverian charism: humility, simplicity, compassion, trust, and zeal.

The members of our faculty are brothers and sisters in Christ, sharing The Mount’s mission to shape young students into the men God intends them to be.

George E. Andrews Jr.

Mount Saint Joseph High School

Mount Saint Joseph is a Catholic, college preparatory school for young men sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers.