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Take a Day to Visit and Consider Calvert School

0 Written by: | Friday, Oct 31, 2014 12:00pm

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You’re invited! Join us for a Considering Calvert Day!

Prospective parents are invited to visit Calvert School for an opportunity to learn more about our unique philosophy and approach to education. Middle School student ambassadors will give tours of the School and provide insight into life as Calvert students. The event will conclude with a question and answer session hosted by Administrators.

Considering Calvert Day will take place from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, November 18, 2014

For more information about the admission process, please inquire on our website.

Calvert School is an independent lower and middle school for boys and girls.

105 Tuscany Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
(410) 243-6054
info@calvertschoolmd.org

 

 

 

Owings Mills, Schools, Sponsored Post

Visit McDonogh School For a Look at Kindergarten and First Grade

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 30, 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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Park School Holiday Artisan Market – An Artisan Craft Show

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 30, 2014 1:30pm

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Pet portraits. You know you need one of these! Brooke from Fuzzy Mug does a really beautiful job of capturing the likeness of your furry family member.

Baltimore, MD – The 10th annual Holiday Artisan Market will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2014 at The Park School of Baltimore, 2425 Old Court Road, 21208. The show will run from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and feature talented artists and craftspeople from the Baltimore area. Read More →

Schools

BGE, Monarch Academy, The Children’s Guild and KaBOOM! Team Up to Build a Playground in a Day at Monarch Academy in Baltimore City

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 30, 2014 12:03pm

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Designed by the children from the community, the playground will provide a safe place for thousands of children to play in Baltimore City

Baltimore City children have a new, safe playground to play on, thanks to an impressive, one-day playground build at the Monarch Academy. More than 200 volunteers from Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), Monarch Academy, The Children’s Guild, KaBOOM! and the local community came together today to build a playground in one day – from the ground up. The second playground build with BGE and KaBOOM!, this play area was designed by children in the community and brought to life by local volunteers. Read More →

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Former Princeton University Admissions Pro to Speak in Baltimore – Sign-up today!

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 3:35pm

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Register Today and Come See What Life at the Park School is Like

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 12:00pm

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from the Park School website:

We hope you’ll visit the campus to experience Park first hand. During a tour we will offer you the opportunity to glimpse into our stimulating classrooms, step into the Arts and Athletic Centers to observe the co-curricular work of students, and meet personally with a member of the Admission Team.

Attend an Admission Event

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Roland Park, Schools, Sponsored Post

Gilman to Host Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond on Nov. 11

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 11:00am

unnamedSpend an evening steeped in music and contemporary American history when civil rights activist and leader Julian Bond presents “Crossing the Color Line: From Rhythm-n-Blues to Rock-n-Roll,” the first lecture in Gilman School’s annual Race Dialogue Series on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at 6 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Read More →

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U.S. News Calls Hopkins the 11th Best University on the Planet

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 9:50am

Johns Hopkins University is the 11th best university on the planet

If you can solve this brain-buster you deserve to attend the university of your choice. U.S. News and World Report just ranked Johns Hopkins as the 11th best university in the world, a month after calling the institution the 12th best in the country.

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Health and Fitness, Schools

Johns Hopkins Works to Find Potential Ebola Protection Solutions

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 9:21am

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Last week, we told you about a Johns Hopkins contest to design better personal protective gear for doctors and nurses to use when treating Ebola patients.

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Author Jay Asher Stops at Gilman on “50 States Against Bullying” Tour

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014 3:00pm

IMG_8335When author Jay Asher was writing his best-selling young adult novel Thirteen Reasons Why, he says he didn’t know he was writing a story about bullying. But his young readers soon clued him in.

The book is a story about 16-year-old Hannah Baker, who commits suicide and leaves behind a series of cassette tapes for the people she feels contributed to her decision to end her own life. The New York Times called Thirteen Reasons Why “a stealthy hit with surprising staying power,” and that was back in 2009. It now has more than two million copies in print and been published in 35 countries.IMG_8327

Asher says emails poured in from young readers confessing that the book had been life changing. Some readers identified with Hannah’s pain and hopelessness and said the book inspired them to ask for help; others wrote that it helped them grieve after suicides of people close to them; and still more said reading the novel made them realize how their actions affect others and that they can do more help their peers. Read More →

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