Students at St. James Academy develop an appreciation of theater at an early age, starting as early as first grade.
Students, parents and locals this afternoon protested Betsy DeVos’ presence at the fall commencement for University of Baltimore graduates.
Hate speech, not Wednesday night’s snow, pushed administrators at Loyola Blakefield to call off classes today.
Three pounds of sugar refined here in Baltimore are now up floating in space as part of an experiment involving gravity and sugar crystal growth.
Friends junior Ryan Hardy ’19 was recently selected by the American Councils of Teachers of Russian (ACTR) to serve on the United States delegation to the International Olympiada of Spoken Russian. The event took place in Moscow at the renowned Pushkin Institute from December 3 to 8, 2017.
While you’ve been watching the Terps suffer some early losses this fall, the Towson University men’s basketball team has been quietly extending a school-record win streak over the last month.
Baltimore’s northwesterly neighbors have deemed the city safe enough once again for their students to visit for field trips.
An English teacher at the McDonogh Upper School has been let go due to what the school’s headmaster described as “sexual relations with a minor more than a decade ago” – less than a week after the teacher’s wife was arrested on sexual charges involving a teenage boy.