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Broadneck Teen Spreads A Message: Dear Students, You Are Not Alone

Anxiety and depression have been frequent conflicts for high school students. Look past the nationwide news and memorials miles away. more

Teens Launch And Grow Health Equity Nonprofit

Future Doctors Organization was launched by then Broadneck High School student Paxton Paganelli in 2012. Ryan Davis later started a Severna Park High School chapter. more

Former SPHS Seniors Donate Prom Funds To Pride Center

With unused funds left from a prom breakfast that was canceled due to the coronavirus, Severna Park High School’s class of 2020 decided to donate the funds to charity. more

Prospective Eagle Scout Gives ACAN A Facelift

The Asbury Church Assistance Network (ACAN) building in Severna Park got a facelift in August from prospective Eagle Scout Matthew DeShong of Boy Scout Troop 873 in Ferndale. more

Joseph Killpatrick Joins The 15th Class Of Stamps Scholars

As the largest class ever, 267 students from across the country have won Stamps Scholarships, joining an accomplished network of highly driven individuals who are committed to leaving an impact on their local communities. more

Attention SPHS Runners: Race With A Purpose

What better way to honor Stefanie Ashdown’s spirit than to have SPHS cross country runners participating in this year’s 5K. more

PHOTOS: St. Martin's-in-the-Field First Day Of School

On September 8, St. Martins-in-the-Field Episcopal School welcomed students back to campus for the 2020-2021 school year. more

Broadneck Student Earns Scholarship From Comcast NBCUniversal

Jon Williams of Broadneck High School is one of 38 Leaders and Achievers scholarship winners in Maryland this year. more

Broadneck Teachers Bike To Stay In Touch

Riding the Baltimore & Annapolis Trail gave teachers a way to stay in touch but also stay active. more

SPHS Grad Earns Scholarship From Fight For Phoebe

Lia Sim is an avid animal lover and has been an active participant in the local 4-H organization. more

What Will Virtual Learning Look Like This Fall?

School officials are implementing a plan that includes more real-time learning and graded work, along with daily attendance. more

Sydney Mudd Celebrates Severn River With Artwork

After giving one piece as a gift, Mudd was encouraged by friends and family to sell the projects, and they sold out in one day. more

Return To The Classroom: How COVID-19 Has Affected Private Schools

Private schools are in the unique position of having smaller class sizes, carpools and the ability to meet social distancing guidelines. more

New Broadneck Principals Find Consistency Amid Change

Rachel Kennelly takes over for Jim Todd at Broadneck High School. At Magothy River Middle School, John Noon steps in as principal. more

Castleberry Twins Give Back, Despite Not Being Able To Volunteer

Jack and Tommy set up an Amazon wish list and brought attention to the increasing need at Sarah’s House. more

Life Scout Collects Tents For Homeless Population

Troop 339 Life Scout Stewart MacNaughton came across a staggering statistic: a combined 2,000 homeless people live in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore City. more

Give Me Lilies And Broadneck’s Finest

Paul Cosby partnered with Garrett and Gavin Middleton to create the film “To Kill A Lily.” more

Archbishop Spalding Student Starts Mask-Making Project

Lauren Lombardo was inspired to use her skills to make masks after watching her mother try to buy masks online. more

PHOTOS: Round Bay Camp Keeps Kids Active

Round Bay held Beach Camp on Wednesdays throughout July. more

AACPS Shares Updated Plans For Fall

Superintendent George Arlotto emphasized more real-time learning and access to technology for students. more
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