College Park’s late-night-pizza institution Ratsie’s will close in September. Read More →
Recovered Drug Addict and Former Basketball Star Chris Herren Leaves Big Impression on Local Students
Have you ever asked yourself the question, if I were a kid, would I look up to me?
This is the challenge former basketball star, Chris Herren, launched to nearly 700 adults and teens at a community event during his recent visit to Baltimore. Over the course of three days, Herren visited six schools, speaking to nearly 3,500 middle and high school students about his harrowing descent into drug addiction. His goal. “If, out of the 1,000 students I spoke to [today], I reach just one, I have made a difference.”
If the student and faculty responses are any indication, he did just that. Read More →
WELCOME TO CALVERT SCHOOL! For over a century, Calvert School’s legacy of academic excellence has been the hallmark of a Calvert education. Each student receives outstanding academic instruction in all areas of learning: from writing and science to math and fine arts. A strong emphasis is also placed on moral integrity and character development. These values are integral parts of a student’s daily life at Calvert. During their Calvert years, students will embark on a journey defined by complementary values – tradition and innovation, rigor and warmth, responsibility and creativity, and exuberance and curiosity. Our graduates excel not only as scholars but as citizens of the greater community. We look forward to welcoming your family to Calvert as you embark on the exciting journey of choosing a school for your child.
In support of Baltimore City Public Schools and College Awareness Month in November, CollegeBound has launched a new series of online videos featuring prominent Baltimoreans talking about “what college means to me.” Through the end of the year, they’ll release weekly videos promoting college awareness among Baltimore City students. Guests include Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Schools CEO Dr. Gregory Thornton, Enoch Pratt CEO Dr. Carla Hayden, MECU CFO Adrian Johnson, and many more. So stay tuned, and please share (especially with any K-12 students!). See previous videos in the series here.
Though they look very different today, horses and rhinos share a common ancestry.
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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