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BCPS students honored at 33rd Annual High School Art Exhibit

NOTTINGHAM, MD – Baltimore County Public Schools students earned honors at the awards reception for the 33rd Annual High School Art Exhibit, held at the Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College. The students recognized at the May 31 exhibit reception and their respective high schools and awards are: Laubheimer Awards (named after the late James Laubheimer, former BCPS coordinator of art) …


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Overlea High students to perform in groundbreaking Baltimore Choral Arts Society production

OVERLEA, MD – On Sunday, May 12 (Mother’s Day), 22 members of Overlea High School’s Honors Chorale will perform in the U.S. premiere of a groundbreaking “community opera” – Jonathan Dove’s The Monster in the Maze – presented by Baltimore Choral Arts Society. The Monster in the Maze is one half of a show, titled Captivity to Liberty, which will …


Crossroads Center’s Kristen Nielsen named 2019-20 BCPS Teacher of the Year

TOWSON, MD – Crossroads Center student Abby Lawson is just a few weeks away from graduation, and she credits her English language arts teacher, Kristen Nielsen, for helping her get there and being her inspiration. “Unfortunately, not every school can have her, but I was blessed with her, and everything she’s done for me,” Lawson said. Nielsen, a champion for …

New Baltimore County Executive sworn in at Inauguration 2018

John Olszewski, Jr. was sworn in on Monday as Baltimore County’s fourteenth County Executive, vowing to create a more modern, transparent and open government. More than one thousand invited guests, elected officials, county employees, and members of the public celebrated the inauguration of local government officials in the executive, legislative and judicial branches. The inaugural ceremonies took place at Towson …

Mohler announces 2018 Baltimore County citizen survey

Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler announced on Thursday that the county would conduct its first citizen survey in nearly a decade. The survey will be mailed to randomly selected county citizens beginning in October and will provide the county with critical data on how to best serve those who live, work and play in our communities. “As we continue to strive …

Perry Hall, Parkville high school students honored at 32nd annual High School Art Exhibit

TOWSON, MD. – Baltimore County Public Schools students earned honors at the awards reception for the 32nd Annual High School Art Exhibit, held at the Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College. The students recognized at the May 31 exhibit reception and their respective high schools and awards are: Laubheimer Awards (named after the late James Laubheimer, former BCPS coordinator of art) …

Parkville, Perry Hal High School students to be featured at Maryland Public High School Dance Showcase

UPDATE: Due to inclement weather, this event has been postponed until January 19, 2018. Original story below… —— The annual Maryland Public High School Dance Showcase on Friday, January 5, 2018, at Goucher College will bring together dance students from throughout the state for a day of dance workshops and an evening performance and awards ceremony. Forty schools will participate …

Meet Parkville’s 100-year-old tennis phenom

When Evelyn Schroedl was growing up, her favorite tennis pro was Helen Wills Moody. Don’t know the name? Helen Wills Moody was the number one rated women’s tennis player in the world in 1927. Her fan, Evelyn, was 10 years old. We caught up with Evelyn Schroedl shortly after one of her many 100th birthday celebrations. A vivacious and animated …