By any standard, Westminster High School graduate Josh Saltz is an impressive young man. He's a quality athlete who excels in math and engineering and who takes the time to help other students with their homework — yet never brags about it.
Whether you are graduating this year from one of our excellent Harford County public or private high schools, our equally excellent Harford Community College, or one of the many colleges and universities across our state and nation – or abroad – we salute your accomplishments and welcome you to the next milepost on your life's journey.
Anthony Lloyd is about to get his high school diploma. But when the 18-year-old Baltimore student walks across the stage Friday for the Bard High School Early College graduation ceremony, he'll also pick up another piece of paper that he figures could save him thousands of dollars: An associate's degree.
Michael Igoe, the only Laurel student in the program, and his nine classmates are the first graduating class from a public charter school statewide, with a 100 percent college and university acceptance rate.
Six individual alumni and the seven Dang siblings were joined by a former staff member and a community supporter as the latest to be inducted into the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame during a ceremony on the school's 2017 Commencement Day Tuesday.
It's graduation season and Howard County students should be proud of their hard work and dedication to their school. A senior from each high school has been selected to share their favorite school memories and future plans along with a few other ideas.
This week, my column goes to print just days after before the three Ellicott City public high schools — Centennial, Mount Hebron and Howard — hold their graduation ceremonies on Monday, May 22 and Tuesday, May 23.
By Lisa Regnante and email@example.com
William C. Newman Jr., a longtime auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, who oversaw the Catholic schools and chose the priesthood over a chance to play professional baseball, died Saturday of heart failure at Mercy Ridge retirement community in Timonium. He was 88 years old.
Carroll County Public Schools will hold a town meeting next week. Board of Education President Devon Rothschild and Superintendent Stephen Guthrie will be hosting a town meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, May 22 at Westminster High School, 1225 Washington Road.
The 31 Joppatowne High School seniors who completed the Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness program this year got to mingle with alumni as they celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the start of the program Thursday.
Todd Campo and Katherin Eckart, both Patterson Mill High School students, won the top prize, a $5,000 scholarship, from the Al Cesky Scholarship Fund Inc. during the annual scholarship awards banquet Wednesday.
Spokesman John White said the Howard County Public School System released a letter to parents and the community a couple of weeks ago in response to reports of students discussing the show with their peers and teachers.
Twenty-four graduating high school student-athletes, representing Harford County's twelve senior classes, will be honored at the 32nd Annual Al Cesky Scholarship Fund's (ACSF) awards banquet. The banquet will be held on tonight (Wednesday) at the Richlin Ballroom, beginning at 6 p.m.
Donna Von Den Bosch climbed to the attic of her home so she could watch the footage alone. The images flashed on her computer screen: the police car, the churches, the priests. Her heart raced. "I'm 60," she told herself, again and again. "I'm not 15 anymore."