Student Life

Health and Wellness

All students must have a current physical on file with the school nurse. 
Concordia Prep employs a full-time school nurse on campus during school hours. The nurse evaluates students who become ill during the school day and contacts their parents as appropriate. Students who become ill and wish to see the nurse must get permission from their teacher before reporting to the health room. Students who wish to go home due to illness must first see the nurse and should not call home on their own.

All health services for the school, including the following, are coordinated through the health office:

List of 5 items.

  • Health records are maintained on all students.

  • Vision and hearing screening is administered yearly by Baltimore County Department of Health to • specific grades and referrals made when indicated.

  • A certified athletic trainer is provided free of charge by MedStar Health on a regular basis throughout the school year. The nurse and athletic trainer coordinate care of injured athletes.

  • A Health Information column is periodically included in Concordia Prep’s Weekly Update – the school’s weekly newsletter for parents.

  • A variety of health educational programs are planned each year to encourage good health practices and prevention of illness.


List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Ellen Marquardt

    Mrs. Ellen Marquardt 

    School Nurse
    410-825-2323, ext 244
    Widener University - B.S.N.
  • Photo of Erin Narutowicz

    Ms. Erin Narutowicz 

    School Nurse
    Frostburg State University - B.S.N.

Health Forms for 2024-2025

Counseling Services

The school counselor and school pastor are available to meet with students to help facilitate academic, social, and emotional support on an as-needed basis. Students self-refer or they may be referred by their teachers or parents for counseling. 

“The Counselor is In” resource page in OnCampus includes a Bulletin Board (24-Hour Hotlines, Baltimore County Crisis Response, Crisis Resources) and assorted Topics (COVID-19, Mental Health, The Teenage Brain, Relationships, Getting Started, Motivation, Study Skills, Test Taking Strategies, Organization and Engagement, Time Management, Skills and Strategies for Success, and Learning Differently). Within each “topic” are videos, links, articles, and/or illustrations, charts, cartoons. All topics page resources and materials are vetted and updated each year or as needed.

Concordia Prep’s goal is to help students achieve success through personal growth. Growth requires struggle, and the counselor at Concordia Prep is available to assist students as they go through this process.

Other Counseling

The school maintains a list of referrals for educational, intellectual, psychological, or speech and language evaluations, should parents/guardians wish to consult with the school regarding such an evaluation. Parents who need guidance in this area are encouraged to consult the Guidance Counselor. It is recommended that the results of such evaluations be shared with school personnel so that appropriate recommendations can be implemented.