The Friends School of Baltimore Athletic Department honored its 10 college-bound D-III athletes in the Forbush Auditorium Wednesday during NCAA D-III Week during a special program including friends and family.
At St. James Academy in Monkton, it’s the school’s commitment to developing the whole child — intellectually, athletically and ethically — that makes it stand out. That commitment is exactly why Dave Eiswert and his wife, Stephanie, chose to enroll all four of their children at St. James, with their daughter in seventh grade, son in fifth grade, son in fourth grade and daughter in first grade.
College-bound Gilman Athletes: Congratulations to students who will be playing their sport on the college level next year. They include:
- Thomas Booker, football at Stanford University
- Bryce Bush, football at James Madison University
- Sam Cosimano, lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College
- Maxwell Costes, baseball at University of Maryland
- Jeremy Cranston, lacrosse at Dickinson College
- Will DeMuth, lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College
- Will Dewire, squash at Tufts
- Mason Freeman, track at Bowdoin
- Jarius Gaines, golf at Hampton University
- Douglas Godine, lacrosse at Denison
- Jonathon Hazlehurst, lacrosse at Rhodes College
- Teddy MacFarlane, lacrosse at Dickinson College
- Brandon Madison, football at The United States Naval Academy
- Liam Muhly, lacrosse at Drexel University
- Alex Slodzinski, football at Trinity College
- Derrick Thompson, tennis at The United States Naval Academy
- Mac Webster, golf at Boston College
- Brandon Willis, football at The United States Naval Academy
- Michael Willis, baseball at Georgetown University
Isabella Lawton always knew she wanted to go to Notre Dame Preparatory school. Years ago, she saw the school at a dance recital and felt a strong sense of community.
Mercy High School Coach Doug Pryor Named State Coach of the Year for Maryland H.S. Girls Private/Parochial
The Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer (MACS) has named Mercy High School Varsity Head Soccer Coach, Doug Pryor, “State Coach of the Year for Maryland High School Girls” in the private/parochial category.
For the fourth year in a row, GFS suspended regular classes for 4th and 5th Grade for one week for girls to be immersed in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).
Parents can take their children on a free trip around the world without leaving town on February 11.