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Boy Scout Seeks Assistance To Complete Eagle Project Benefiting U.S. Military

To accomplish his two-fold project, Fletcher is asking the community for financial assistance. more

Brandon Taub Operates Successful Milk Delivery Business

Thought of as a thing of the past, the desire for a door-to-door milkman is still alive, a fact proven by Brandon Taub. more

Meet Polar Bear Super Plunger McKenna Chadwick

Last year, with the support of her family and the inspiration of a former Special Olympian, Jimmy Myrick, she became a Super Plunger and raised more than $10,000 for Special Olympics Maryland. more

Brooke Hodges Continues Fifth Annual Dental Drive

Since Christmas 2014, Brooke, now 14 years old, has done a dental drive to help the less fortunate. more

New Learning Center Slated For Fall 2019 Completion On St. Martin’s Campus

After more than a decade of planning, St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School recently broke ground on a new building, which will house its expanding school. more

Question of the Month: Benfield Elementary

“If you had an unlimited budget, what gifts would you buy your family for the holidays?” more

SPHS Students Use Makerspace To Engage With Literature

After reading “The Scarlet Letter,” students analyzed main characters from the book and are now creating a physical item that is an interpretation of one of those characters. more

St. John Wins Maryland Chess Severn Scholastic Tournament

Photo Provided The St. John the Evangelist School chess team has a new trophy for its case. The team defeated players from five other middle schools and one high school to take first place in the … more

Ukraine Exchange Student Enjoys New Traditions In Severna Park

This November, Anhelina Kharovska experienced Thanksgiving for the first time. Kharovska is a junior from Ukraine but is studying abroad at Broadneck High School as an exchange student this year. more

SPHS Leadership 3 Students Making A Difference

A Look At The Leadership 3 Projects And SPHS’ Signature Program more

From The Past To The Present: How Teachers Connect The Community

As many students have passed through the halls of SPHS over the years, teachers have provided the Severna Park community with familiar faces. Some stay for decades and educate hundreds of teenagers. more

Severna Park High Marching Band Caps Off Another Successful Season

Under the direction of Eric Kilby and student drum majors Ricardo Calvo and Brian Boehm, the Severna Park High School marching band enjoyed another successful and busy season. more

Junior Achievement Compels Severn School Students To Get In The Entrepreneurial Spirit

As part of Junior Achievement’s Company Program, 12 Severn School students have been working on projects since mid-October. more

Benfield Elementary Unveils New Outdoor Nature Space

The Benfield Elementary School PTA’s outdoor learning committee recently revealed its new outdoor nature space. This area, located on school property, is intended to celebrate and inspire outdoor … more

SPHS Sophomore Gives Back In A Sweet Way

Every year, Anne Arundel County Public Schools runs the Harvest for the Hungry campaign to help the Maryland Food Bank. During the wildly successful collection, schools raise thousands of dollars and … more

SPHS Stage Company To Present “Mamma Mia!” November 9-17

This fall, Severna Park High School is putting on the musical “Mamma Mia!” accompanied by a live band. “Mamma Mia!” was written by Catherine Johnson in 1999, and it … more

This Is No Illusion: Broadneck Filmmakers Have “The Magician” Screened In Times Square

Two Broadneck High School filmmakers, Paul Cosby and Jerrel Barnes, are being recognized for their ability to engage audiences with a memorable story. more

Spreading Kindness One Rock At A Time

While working on their Silver Award, the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn, members of Girl Scout Troop 10442 found a sustainable way to spread kindness. The 12- and 13-year-old girls … more

Oak Hill Gears Up For 11th Annual Live And Silent Auction

Grab your cowboy boots and break out the barbecue sauce. Oak Hill Elementary is hosting its 11th annual live and silent auction, and this year’s theme is Boots and BBQ. Each year, the auction … more

Broadneck’s Robotics Success Stems From Many Interests

Broadneck High School’s robotics club and Technical Student Association (TSA) isn’t “just about STEM,” said Katheryne Lockhart, junior and co-president of robotics at BHS. … more
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