In the fall of 2011, the Baltimore Design School (BDS) opened its doors to its first class of sixth and seventh graders.
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The Park School of Baltimore Middle and Upper School Open House 2016 – “Hands-On, Minds-On” Event This Sunday
Parents and students are invited to visit Park’s campus and discover the remarkable teaching and learning that is distinctive to a Park education.
Experience the Park Middle and Upper Schools
Open House for Grades 6-12
Sunday, October 23, 2016
McDonogh School is a community that finds joy in work, in play, in discovery, and in the realization of personal potential. Strong, mutually respectful relationships inspire a passion for teaching and learning, a dedication to personal integrity, and a commitment to excellence. Embracing diversity of background, culture, and thought, the school builds upon its founder’s original mission to provide life-altering opportunities and to develop in students the will “to do the greatest possible amount of good.”
Tours With Principals Tomorrow at Park School – Register Today
At this unique event, prospective parents tour the school’s facilities and hear from the Head of School, and Lower, Middle and Upper School principals.
Tuesday, October 7 • Friday, November 7 • Friday, December 12
8:45 – 10:30 am
Click Here to Register
Baltimore Design School Open House: For Students Interested in Architecture, Graphic Design and Fashion Design
Baltimore Design School is a public middle-high school that focuses on design. In the high school, students will learn the basics of Fashion Design, Architecture, and Graphic Design. In the fall of 2011 the school started with grades 6 and 7, adding a new 6th grade each year, so that by 2016, the school will be a full 6-12 school
The Baltimore Design School believes that all students, with good instruction and practice, can learn art and design skills and achieve high standards in their academic programs. We value student interests in drawing, making things, fashion ideas, creative problem-solving, three-dimensional abilities, planning and building, and communicating visually through graphics. We love students who see problems that need new solutions, who envision possibilities, and imagine a better world.
We believe our graduates will be leading designers and architects of the future who see design as a way of thinking, problem-solving, and living a productive and rewarding life.
If you have a passion for math and excel in an after school activity, Mathnasium of Roland Park and John Urschel of the Ravens are calling. They have teamed up to offer two, six month scholarships to area high school students to study math. The scholarships will be awarded on one male and one female student who love math and have a passion for athletics, music, art, technology, or community service.
Applications will be accepted until December 1, so don’t waste any time getting your application submitted. John Urschel will personally select each winner and call them with the good news. Each winner will also have at least one session with John Urschel. For more information, contact Jim Trexler at Mathnasium of Roland Park, 443-863-0531, [email protected] Click here to download the application.