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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

Youth Enjoy Annual Round Bay Boat Race

The youth worked in teams, but only one person could race the boat while equipped with a kayak paddle. more

SPHS Valedictorian, Salutatorian Thrived On Academics And Meaningful Extracurriculars

When Severna Park High School valedictorian Akshay Shah and salutatorian Allison Chang earned their respective honors, it was the bow on top of two impressive high school careers. more

Stick To Your Own Path: Advice From Broadneck's 2020 Valedictorian And Salutatorian

Elizabeth Zarrilli and Julia Barrow have some advice for the students of Broadneck High School. more

Communities Plan Celebrations For Local Graduates

When traditional graduation ceremonies were canceled in May, the community associations at Shipley’s Choice and the neighborhoods surrounding Cypress Creek planned their own events to celebrate the class of 2020. more

On Behalf Of BLM Movement, Young Activist Bakes Bread For “Bread”

During a time when individuals are divided between rioting for the freedom to leave their houses sans masks or protesting on behalf of a Black man whose freedom to breathe was infringed by an officer’s knee, it is apparent that action must be taken for a just America. more

St. Martin’s Is Poised And Preparing To Return

The recent statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics strongly advocating for the physical return to school is a poignant reminder for all families with school-age children of the value of face-to-face learning. more

Chesterton Academy Grad Grateful For Classical Education

If the secret of life is learning to say “thank you” better, the education of Grace O’Connor has been a lesson in gratitude. more

Severna Park High School Students Create A Socially Distanced Book Club

A group of five Severna Park High School rising juniors have taken to Zoom to discuss their love of books from a safe social distance. more

SPRWC Awards Scholarship To Spalding Grad

Katie Lombardo, a 2020 graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School, is the winner of this year’s Severna Park Republican Women's Club (SPRWC) scholarship. more

St. Martin's-in-the-Field Commencement Ceremonies

St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School found a special way to honor its students. more

The Show Must Go On

Philip Kittiver is teaching online acting workshops to keep his students entertained and social during their time away from Theater in the Park. more

Local Women Support The Class Of 2020

Mother and daughter duo Georgette and Lauren Vetock started a group on Facebook to celebrate local seniors. more

Question Of The Month: St. Martin’s-In-The-Field Episcopal School

This month, students at St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School answered the question: If you could travel to the future for one day, what would you do and why? more
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