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Question Of The Month: Shipley’s Choice Elementary School

Students from Shipley’s Choice Elementary School answered the question: How have your parents or guardians made a difference in your life? more

St. John Receives Prestigious Catholic Identity Award

The award honors schools or parishes that demonstrate effectively and clearly the identity as a Catholic people. more

MAEOE Certifies St. John The Evangelist As Maryland Green School

Students are becoming better stewards of Earth’s resources and developing a better understanding of their own local environment. more

Students Get Creative With Young Authors Contest

These Severna Park and Arnold writers penned works about subjects from a variety of countries and time periods. more

Severn School Students Raise $68,0000 To Fight Blood Cancers

Lilly Hughes and Sage Christensen led a team of 10 Severn School students who raised $68,000 for LLS. more

Girl Scout Provides Allergy-Safe Foods For Families In Need

Severna Park Teen Food Allergy Support and Advocacy is working to collect donations for food-allergic people in need. more

Question Of The Month: St. John The Evangelist

Students from St. John the Evangelist School answered the question: If you could be any animal, what would you be? more

Troop 531 Helps Shelter Animals

Girl Scout Troop 531 members created this poster for their Bronze Award. more

Sophomore Will Compete For Miss Maryland Teen USA

Severna Park High School sophomore Amelia Garland is preparing for the Miss Maryland Teen USA contest. more

Girl Scout Troop 1644 Completes Bronze Project

Five Girl Scout Juniors finished their bronze project on March 6. more

AACC Ranks As No. 1 Community College

Anne Arundel Community College has taken the top spot in a national ranking of community colleges by Academic Influence. more

Maryland Lawmakers Discuss Virtual Schools As Permanent Option

The bills would provide Maryland families with access to a tuition-free, full-time online public school option for their children. more

SPRWC Now Accepting Scholarship Essays

Each year the Severna Park Republican Women's Club sponsors a $500 scholarship to a young woman who is a high school senior. more

Severna Park Scholars Set Sights Across The Pond

Their brilliance has them connected once again, as they were two of 24 scholars chosen to attend the University of Cambridge in England as graduates through the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. more

SPMS Student Named Maryland’s Top Youth Volunteer

Lily McCallister was named Top Youth Volunteer at the middle level for her work with oyster restoration. more

Question Of The Month: Jones Elementary School

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Jones Elementary answered the question: What is the luckiest thing that ever happened to you? more

Three Steps For Preparing For Your Next IEP Meeting

Getting ready for an individual education program (IEP) meeting can be extremely overwhelming and create a high amount of anxiety for many parents. more

Celebrating National History Day At St. Martin’s-In-The-Field

For 14 eighth-graders at St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School, those words came to fruition as they dug into the roots of past events and did months of research to celebrate National History Day on February 9. more

One Year Later: Staying Lit And Looking Forward For Our Schools

One year ago, we shuttered the lights and doors of our small private school with the plan to resurface in-person in two weeks. more

Bassist Bianca Wilson Selected For National Youth Orchestra Program

Broadneck High School junior Bianca Wilson will perform alongside musicians from across the country as a member of Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra program in New York. more
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