Students from several area elementary schools, as well as Catonsville High School and Western School of Technology and Environmental Science, will have their artwork on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art through May 17 as part of the annual "Art is for Everyone" exhibition at the museum at 10 Art Museum Drive in Baltimore.
Students from several area elementary schools, as well as Catonsville Middle School, Catonsville High School and Western School of Technology and Environmental Science will have their artwork on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art through May 17 as part of the annual "Art is for Everyone" exhibition at the museum at 10 Art Museum Drive in Baltimore.
The resolution, which was passed on Tuesday by a vote of 18-to-8 voiced the SGA's non-support of a "Chick-fil-A in a current or future sense, particularly in any location that is central to student life."
With once fancy piece of paper, the qualifier that's identified you for nearly your whole life changes. The ornate lettering and signature from the university president is your cue: You're no longer a student; you're now an alumnus.
Brandon Foster of Liberty High School was awarded second place in the Advanced Viola category of the Washington Performing Arts Society's 44th Annual Joseph and Goldie Feder Memorial String Competition.
For the past three years, while their peers were sleeping in or on vacation, a group of teenagers from across Baltimore City have converged on Digital Harbor High School with a common goal: to face a challenge.
Liberal arts schools are enduring an unrelenting attack in the public media. Critics of higher education rail against the excessive cost of a college education and the high rate of student debt and default. In linking college completion with potential income and job skills, liberal arts majors have fallen prey to the old question of "what can you do with that major?"
Students across the county, including those at Cockeysville Middle and Dulaney High, took part in the PTA Reflections Contest by creating original works of arts in various categories based on a common theme which this year was "The world would be a better place if … ."
The Bel Air town commissioners honored multiple people, organizations and events with proclamations Monday, including a senior at The John Carroll School and a former mail carrier who spent more than 30 years delivering mail in downtown Bel Air.
For the first time this school year, Baltimore County Public Schools in conjunction with Kaplan Test Prep, a national educational company, offered a six-week SAT preparatory course for students in nine high schools.
Parents concerned about the school system's Bring Your Own Device Program in elementary schools, which allows staff and students in grades 3-12 to bring their own digital devices to school, have created an online petition asking that the school system limit device use to during instruction times.
Everyone needs help at some point. That is the message Tori Saylor hopes to convey as keynote speaker at the public school system's sixth annual transition fair on April 10 to students with disabilities enrolled in an individualized education plan.
The executive director of the Maryland Council on Economic Education talks about the nonprofit organization's programs to teach financial literacy to students, and offers some household financial advice of her own
Lansdowne High School sophomore Corine White solved an algebra problem with the help of her classmates last Thursday morning in her Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) class, part of a program aimed at closing the achievement gap by preparing students for college.