Toddler Tuesdays at Calvert School – Free event for children ages 2 and 3


Calvert Tuesday Toddler DaysEnjoy a special story time and activity with your toddler. This event is open to children ages two to three. Healthy snacks will be served.

Summer is Anything but Quiet at Gilman


Gilman nature campShortly after school is out, Gilman comes alive once again with a variety of enrichment and skill-building summer programs for girls and boys in grades K-12.

Medical device pioneer Robert Fischell gifts $20M for University of Maryland innovation center

A rendering of University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Health Sciences Facility III.

A new center combining business, medicine and engineering to create new solutions is coming to the Baltimore-based University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Garrison Forest School Graduating Seniors are Art School Bound

GFS 2018 Art Schol BoundFor years, Garrison Forest School has joined many other schools across the nation in holding a “signing day” to celebrate athletes signing letters of intent to attend and play Division 1 college sports. On Tuesday, May 8, GFS recognized the school’s five students bound for art colleges with an inaugural Arts Signing Day.

Friends School of Baltimore switches to 100% solar, wind electricity


Friends School of Baltimore is pleased to announce that, effective July 1, 2018, the school will power its electricity using 100% solar and wind energy.

Talk and Tour at Boys’ Latin: Discover What’s Best for Boys Education on May 15, 17 & 22


Looking for the best school for your son? Extensive research shows that boys learn best through hands-on learning that appeals to different senses, involves action and movement and produces tangible outcomes. According to Boys’ Latin Headmaster Christopher J. Post, the best way to empower boys both inside and outside the classroom is to engage them in learning experiences that embrace their unique strengths, build confidence and support their growth as persons.

Boys’ Latin Recognizes Senior Student Athletes


The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event this week to recognize and celebrate 31 seniors who have been invited and agreed to play for a college team in the fall.

Hopkins rescinds Bill Cosby’s honorary degree, other area universities considering it

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Johns Hopkins University has revoked an honorary degree from comedian Bill Cosby after he was convicted of sexual assault Thursday, and several Maryland public colleges, including the University of Baltimore and the University of Maryland, College Park, are mulling a similar move.

Preparing to Lead: Boys’ Latin Fifth Graders Learn Leadership Skills from Upper School Students


Over the past few months, the fifth graders at Boys’ Latin have risen to the occasion of being big brothers to their kindergarten and pre-first “buddies.” Their teachers have watched their personal transformations as they assumed their responsibilities as role models to their little brothers.

 Gilman School Student is Accepted by All Eight Ivy League Colleges


At the age of six, Gilman School senior Mekhi Johnson heard a radio story about a student who was accepted at all of the Ivy League schools and told his mother, “I’m going to do that one day.”