Sponsored Post Staff

Sponsored post content is generated by our advertisers: local businesses, merchants, schools, and non-profits. All sponsored content is created in collaboration with the advertiser.

Program Spotlight 2021: The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland



The Williams Scholars Program at Boys’ Latin recognizes tenth and eleventh grade students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievements and a proven commitment to the life of the school. The program is designed to be both challenging and inclusive, rewarding students for scholarly excellence and their service to the community.

Modeled after similar programs at the collegiate level, the Williams Scholars Program provides students with exceptional learning opportunities throughout the school year and over the summer months. Williams Scholars enjoy access to luncheons with guest speakers and enrichment funds for summer academic programs. Each year, Williams Scholars use their funding for a wide variety of intellectual and educational pursuits. Students have attended programs in robotics, sports industry management, psychology, public speaking, and everything in between, providing them with real-world learning opportunities as well as preparing them for college and beyond.

Celebrate the Festival of Delights with The Ivy Bookshop


On Sunday, October 10, join the Ivy Bookshop and a host of local partners for The Festival of Delights. The second of two events celebrating Ross Gay’s The Book of Delights, this family-friendly celebration will also celebrate the Ivy’s 20 year-birthday, and 1-year anniversary at its new location!

Open House Season at Grace Preschool


It is Open House season, and we would love to invite you to Grace Preschool! Grace is a special place for many reasons.  Small class sizes, loving teachers, and a strong parent group, are just some of the qualities that set Grace apart from other schools.

We all know that community is key in raising young children. Not only do our little ones need to connect with others, we, as caretakers, do as well. Preschool can be a wonderful place to meet your child’s forever friends, and for you, as a parent, to begin to build your own network, too.

Program Spotlight 2021: Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School



Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School’s expanding 21st century learning goals are transforming students’ learning experiences and positioning them for success beyond their school years. BT’s school-wide integrated STEM initiative shifts students from knowledge consumers to producers through cooperative, creative, interdisciplinary learning and exploration.

Lower school students and teachers will invent, experiment, design, and discover together in the newly relaunched Innovation Lab, using design thinking and a variety of tools and materials. Students can enhance classroom learning and access online research resources in the adjacent Russel Family Library and Media Center.

Bring Light Into Your Life


Lately, we’ve been focused on changing your space to fit your lifestyle. Whether that entails a large remodel or smaller projects and tweaks, these updates can make #stayingathome a lot easier.

One way to do this is by intentionally bringing light into your space. Here are some of the best ways to do that:

Garrison Forest Fall 2021 Virtual Open Houses


Fall 2021 Virtual Open Houses

Located on 110 wooded acres in Owings Mills, Garrison Forest School provides an exceptional educational experience for girls in K-12, plus a national and international boarding option for grades 8-12 and a co-ed Preschool. Students thrive in a supportive environment that helps them find their unique path to success. Please join Garrison Forest virtually to learn more about what makes it a place where students lead, create and innovate with confidence. 

Program Spotlight 2021: Baltimore Lab School



Baltimore Lab School (BLS) provides an exceptional, college-preparatory education for bright students in grades 1-12 with language-based learning differences and/or ADHD. BLS’s innovative, arts-integrated curriculum is experiential and multidisciplinary, specifically designed to help young learners overcome challenges with reading, writing, math, and executive functioning while preparing students for a rewarding range of college and career choices. In addition to mastering core academics, BLS students explore the visual and performing arts, engage in outdoor education, and participate in team-building athletics.

Healthy Volunteers Needed to Participate in an Inpatient Shigella Challenge Study


The Johns Hopkins CIR is looking for healthy volunteers to participate in an inpatient Shigella challenge study.  If you are between the ages of 18-50 you may be eligible to participate.  The study is 3 months or 9 months long and requires the following:

Notre Dame Prep Senior Named National Merit Semi-Finalist


Sister Patricia McCarron, SSND, Ph.D., headmistress of Notre Dame Preparatory School, announced today that NDP Senior Rylan Sachs ’22 received National Merit Scholarship Recognition as a National Merit Semi-Finalist.

As a semi-finalist, Rylan is among less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors who will compete for 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $30 million.

ABC Announces Next Installment of “Equity First” Speaker Series


Associated Black Charities (ABC) is pleased to announce the second session of their online Equity First Speakers Series, in partnership with Comcast. Equity First consists of interviews with key leaders, from Baltimore and across the nation, who recognize that sustainable change for people of color will only come when structural and institutional barriers are replaced with equitable policies, practices and institutions. Invited speakers will be those who have put equity first in their careers and their passions. At the time of this release the series’ sponsors, in addition to Comcast, included Under Armour Foundation, Bank of America, Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, Wells Fargo, and Afro News.

ABC’s next session of Equity First on September 23rd will feature Michele Fuller – CEO, President, and Founder of Minerva Global Business Solutions. In a one-on-one interview with Diane Bell-McKoy of ABC, Ms. Fuller will share her first-hand experience with the unique obstacles and challenges confronted by Black women in Corporate America.  The evening’s conversation will provide an empowering toolkit for other professionals who are striving to build an equity-centered career in a corporate world influenced by structural racism, micro-aggressions, and implicit biases.