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.”
Time for a change? As the school calendar winds down, many families begin to reflect on how the year unfolded and determine whether they want to make a change for the upcoming academic year—or possibly further down the road. If you are contemplating a new school for your child in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, consider attending one of St. James Academy Spring Visiting Days.
A judge has sentenced Baltimore County Public Schools superintendent Dallas Dance to half a year in prison for neglecting to disclose nearly $147,000 in consulting income he earned while overseeing the county school system.
Rushabh Doshi wants patients to be more informed about medical care. To do so, a natural place to look would be medical journals. But Doshi realizes the articles in these publications aren’t necessarily written with the average reader in mind.
In partnership with The Associated’s global partner, The Jewish Agency for Israel, each year the Associated provides support for four young Israelis to work as key members of the Hillel staff at Hopkins, Towson University, Goucher College and University of Maryland, College Park. Israel Campus Fellows provide opportunities for students to discuss and form connections with an Israeli, educated and inspire students to forge enduring commitments to Israel.
Boys have very specific educational and developmental needs, and Gilman School has spent more than 120 years tailoring age-appropriate learning experiences to meet those needs. Whether it is in the classroom, on the field, or in the community, every minute of every Gilman school day helps boys grow to become principled young men. Learn more about educating boys here.
Beginning at four years old, Calvert School students embark on a ten-year journey of curiosity, mastery, and purpose. A Calvert education blends tradition with innovation in a way that encourages children’s innate curiosity and love of learning.
We invite you to visit campus, hear from Administrators, and discover where the journey begins.
The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event yesterday to recognize and celebrate two senior athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent to play NCAA Division I and II college lacrosse next year.
Mason Russell will play at the University of Alabama Huntsville and Jack Morton will play at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).
For the fourth year in a row, Boys’ Latin students in all three divisions have participated in the school’s annual One Laker | One Love Day. The event, which was held this year on April 6, explores the ways that students can build healthier relationships and be ambassadors for positive change.