Education, Sci-Tech

BCPS Virtual Symposium showcases yearlong independent research by Perry Hall, Parkville high school students

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The public is invited to view the multimedia Baltimore County Public Schools Virtual Symposium, which showcases the results of original research conducted by 16 students during the 2020-21 school year. The students from Catonsville, Franklin, Hereford, Parkville, Perry Hall, and Pikesville high schools, and Western School of Technology participated in the Independent Research Seminar elective course this year. This …


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Parkville High School student to participate in virtual 2020-2021 All-County Honors Dance Ensemble concert

PARKVILLE, MD—The 2020-2021 All-County Honors Dance Ensemble of Baltimore County Public Schools will be featured in a virtual dance concert hosted by the Maryland State Department of Education’s Fine Arts Office.  A sophomore at Parkville High School will be one of the participants. The event, “Maryland Dances! A Statewide Dance Sharing,” will be available online on Wednesday, June 2, from …


Overlea, Parkville, Perry Hall High School students recognized in Career and Technical Education annual ceremony

NOTTINGHAM, MD—In heartfelt videos, six Baltimore County Public Schools graduating seniors shared their appreciation recently for teachers, internships, and courses that gave them a head start on careers in their fields of interest. These videos are the centerpiece of the 47th Annual Career and Technical Education (CTE) Student Recognition Ceremony, which was held online this year and is available for …

Parkville High School athlete named a McCormick 2021 Unsung Hero

PARKVILLE, MD—Paige Holley, a senior at Parkville High School, was announced as one of two recipients of the Charles Perry McCormick Scholarship, worth $40,000 over four years. She is the first Parkville High School student to earn this honor. The scholarship was announced during a virtual Unsung Heroes program event hosted by McCormick and Company, Inc., on May 3. Holley …

Parkville High School students to participate in Cybersecurity Project Symposium

PARKVILLE, MD—Five Baltimore County high schools will partner with Cisco Systems Networking Company to host a Virtual Cisco Cybersecurity Project Symposium on Wednesday, May 5. The participating high schools — Eastern Technical, New Town, Parkville, Sollers Point, and Western School of Technology – all offer Cisco-IT Networking completer programs. “This is our inaugural systemwide cybersecurity symposium,” said Howard L. Jackson, …

Baltimore County Public Schools officials release 2021 high school graduation schedule

NOTTINGHAM, MD— Baltimore County Public Schools’ 2021 graduating seniors will have their opportunity to take the traditional walk across the stage to receive their diplomas. The school system has released the following graduation schedule. All dates and times are subject to change based upon health metrics. Students and their families are encouraged to visit the BCPS website for updates. All …

Baltimore County Public Schools meal distribution to pause during spring break

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD—The Baltimore County Public Schools meal distribution program will pause during the school system’s spring break from Monday, March 29, through Monday, April 5.  Meal distribution will resume on Wednesday, April 7. Curbside meal distribution is available for all virtual students and for hybrid students when they are not receiving in-person instruction. Curbside meal distribution is available at all …

Latest BCPS meal distribution changes to affect Parkville High School beginning Wednesday

PARKVILLE, MD—Changes have been made to the Baltimore County Public Schools meal distribution program to accommodate the start of hybrid learning. On Wednesdays for the remainder of the school year, beginning Wednesday, March 17, there will be no curbside meal distribution at Parkville High School. Families who normally pick up meals at Parkville High on Wednesdays should visit Parkville Middle …