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Prospective Parent Visiting Days Start Tomorrow at the Garrison Forest School

0 Written by: | Monday, Oct 20, 2014 2:00pm

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Join us for a Prospective Parent Visiting Day and discover Garrison Forest School.  Throughout fall 2014, we offer Parent Prospective Visiting Days for parents of students for Twos through 11th Grade.

Registration is required for these parents-only events. Most students will spend time during a school day as part of their application process or visit with us for their evaluation.

We look forward to welcoming you and introducing you to Garrison Forest School!

Upper School
Tuesday, October 21
Tuesday, November 4
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Marshall-Offutt (Upper School building)

Middle School
Friday, October 24
Friday, November 7
Friday, December 12
Time: 7:45 a.m.
Location: O’Neill Middle School

Lower School
Wednesday, October 15
Wednesday, November 5
Wednesday, December 3
Time: 8:10 a.m.
Location: Livingston (Lower School building)

Preschool
Thursday, October 23
Thursday, November 20
Thursday, December 11
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Location: Moncrieffe (Preschool building)

Evening Program for all Divisions:
Thursday, November 13
Thursday, January 8
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: O’Neill Middle School
All parents will be together for a joint introductory session followed by break-out programs for each division.

For Boarding Students and Their Parents:
Garrison Getaway overnight program
Thursday and Friday, November 6-7

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McDonogh School Visiting Days Coming Soon for K – 1st Grade

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 16, 2014 4:00pm

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from the McDonogh website:

McDonogh School is a community that finds joy in work, in play, in discovery, and in the realization of personal potential. Strong, mutually respectful relationships inspire a passion for teaching and learning, a dedication to personal integrity, and a commitment to excellence. Embracing diversity of background, culture, and thought, the school builds upon its founder’s original mission to provide life-altering opportunities and to develop in students the will “to do the greatest possible amount of good.”

 

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Prospective Parent Visiting Days at Garrison Forest School Coming Up

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014 4:00pm

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Join us for a Prospective Parent Visiting Day and discover Garrison Forest School.  Throughout fall 2014, we offer Parent Prospective Visiting Days for parents of students for Twos through 11th Grade.

Registration is required for these parents-only events. Most students will spend time during a school day as part of their application process or visit with us for their evaluation.

We look forward to welcoming you and introducing you to Garrison Forest School!

Upper School
Tuesday, October 21
Tuesday, November 4
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Marshall-Offutt (Upper School building)

Middle School
Friday, October 24
Friday, November 7
Friday, December 12
Time: 7:45 a.m.
Location: O’Neill Middle School

Lower School
Wednesday, October 15
Wednesday, November 5
Wednesday, December 3
Time: 8:10 a.m.
Location: Livingston (Lower School building)

Preschool
Thursday, October 23
Thursday, November 20
Thursday, December 11
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Location: Moncrieffe (Preschool building)

Evening Program for all Divisions:
Thursday, November 13
Thursday, January 8
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: O’Neill Middle School
All parents will be together for a joint introductory session followed by break-out programs for each division.

For Boarding Students and Their Parents:
Garrison Getaway overnight program
Thursday and Friday, November 6-7

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Take a Peek at The Garrison Forest School Middle School Program

0 Written by: | Friday, Sep 26, 2014 2:00pm

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Garrison Forest School – Inspiring Students to Achieve Their Potential

0 Written by: | Monday, Sep 15, 2014 4:49pm

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Featured Hot Listing, Owings Mills, Real Estate & Home, Sponsored Post

FEATURED LISTING: Open House to Showcase Gorgeous Home with Remarkable Custom Detail

0 Written by: | Friday, Sep 12, 2014 10:00am

OPEN HOUSE

Sunday, September 14th  12 – 2 pm

$1,695,000
FEATURED LISTING:  38 Caveswood Lane, Owings Mills
5 bedroom(s), 5 1/2  bathroom(s)
38 Caveswood Lane

Situated on 2.6 private acres and built by J. Paul Builders in 2007, this home is truly extra special. Light fills the expansive, open floor plan with extraordinary views of Maryland horse country. French doors lead to an inviting covered flagstone terrace. The gourmet kitchen opens to a family room with a wood-burning fireplace and delightful breakfast room. Remarkable attention to detail — antique maple floors, a distinctive hand-carved mantle, handsome custom moldings, 10 foot ceilings and more  — gives an unforgettable impression.
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Featured Listing: Classic Custom Design with Luxurious Upgrades in Owings Mills

0 Written by: | Friday, Aug 29, 2014 10:00am

$1,695,000
FEATURED LISTING:  38 Caveswood Lane, Owings Mills
5 bedroom(s), 5 1/2  bathroom(s)
38 Caveswood Lane

Situated on 2.6 private acres and built by J. Paul Builders in 2007, this home is truly extra special. Light fills the expansive, open floor plan with extraordinary views of Maryland horse country. French doors lead to an inviting covered flagstone terrace. The gourmet kitchen opens to a family room with a wood-burning fireplace and delightful breakfast room. Remarkable attention to detail — antique maple floors, a distinctive hand-carved mantle, handsome custom moldings, 10 foot ceilings and more  — gives an unforgettable impression.
38 Caveswood Lane
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Owings Mills, Real Estate & Home

Historic Trentham Mansion, Circa 1746, To Be Auctioned: Includes Ghost

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 23, 2014 11:30am

trentham frontOn June 26 at 11 a.m., the historic Trentham Mansion in Owings Mills will go on the auction block, ghost and all. The original stone house on this site was built in 1746 by the Rev. Thomas Craddock, the first rector of St. Thomas Church on Garrison Forest Road, who named it after a town in his native Staffordshire.  Its accompanying 170 acre estate (now down to .75 acres) was part of the dowry of Craddock’s wife, Catherine Risteau. The couple lived and ran a boys boarding school there for many years, until at the age of 83, Catherine Craddock was attacked with an ax and died in the house.

trentham sign

Nearly 200 years later, in the mid-1980s, the Trentham Mansion was beautifully restored by  Baltimore County preservationist Doug Carroll.  Having suffered a fire in the 1857, it had been rebuilt in 1860 and then fallen into disrepair. Carroll ran into some problems with the renovation, as he related in a 2006 Baltimore Sun article.

“At first we had a problem with our equipment disappearing and things being moved around. We determined it was a ghost, a poltergeist. The best candidate for the ghost was Catherine Craddock. She was killed by a vagrant who was living in the barn.”

So he did the obvious thing.

“I found a picture of her and hung it on the wall. I explained to her that if we didn’t finish the renovation, the house would have to be torn down, and then where would she be? I suggested to her that it was time to move on to another plane. We never had any more problems with our equipment.”

Anyway, the Trentham Mansion is now completely and beautifully restored. Its 8,400 square feet have most recently been used as a Wellness Center. An octagonal stone bath house dating from 1747 remains on the property, where there was once a natural spring believed to have health-inducing properties. Catherine Craddock’s ghost is rarely seen, and believed to relatively at peace.

trentham rear

Zoned for Residential/Office DR5.5, the Trentham Mansion is suitable for a buyer or small business seeking a unique property in the area. It last sold in 2006 for $535,000. Located at 135 Village Queen Drive, off Craddock Drive in Owings Mills, the property is being auctioned by Alex Cooper Auctioneers.

trentham bath house

 

 

House of the Day, Owings Mills, Real Estate & Home

House of the Day: Country Home on 3 Acres

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 18, 2014 12:15pm

$2,500,000
313 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills
6 bedroom(s), 6 bathroom(s)
5,044 square feet
313 Garrison Forest Road
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Owings Mills Couple Starts a “Drone For Hire” Business

1 Written by: | Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014 9:22am

Drone photo of Mt. Vernon by Elevated Element, via Technically Baltimore

Drone photo of Mt. Vernon by Elevated Element, via Technically Baltimore

For most people, drones don’t have great connotations. We associate them with bombs being dropped in foreign countries, or with sinister domestic surveillance programs. But a couple in Owings Mills has been putting small, unmanned aircraft to a different use — they’re using them to create art.
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