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Severna Park Wunderkind Wins Entrepreneurship Award

In addition to excelling on her schoolwork, Szymanski manages two businesses. more

PHOTO GALLERY: API 15th Anniversary

To commemorate its 15th anniversary, API held a party on September 14. Families were treated to free giveaways, discounts on API programs and gear, free clinics and food. more

St. John Wins Maryland Chess Severn Scholastic Tournament

Photo Provided The St. John the Evangelist School chess team has a new trophy for its case. The team defeated players from five other middle schools and one high school to take first place in the … more

Ellie Ochalek Embodies Possibility, Positivity And Power

Local Girl Featured On “Good Morning America” more

SPHS Students Use Makerspace To Engage With Literature

After reading “The Scarlet Letter,” students analyzed main characters from the book and are now creating a physical item that is an interpretation of one of those characters. more

Magothy River Students Send Project To Space

A project created by four Magothy River Middle School sixth-graders will be sent into space and tested by astronauts. more

Question of the Month: Benfield Elementary

“If you had an unlimited budget, what gifts would you buy your family for the holidays?” more

New Learning Center Slated For Fall 2019 Completion On St. Martin’s Campus

After more than a decade of planning, St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School recently broke ground on a new building, which will house its expanding school. more

Alliana Snead Looks Forward To Clean Future

Ultimately, Snead wants to work for the United States Environmental Protection Agency. more

Brooke Hodges Continues Fifth Annual Dental Drive

Since Christmas 2014, Brooke, now 14 years old, has done a dental drive to help the less fortunate. more

Emma Snead Sails To Coast Guard Academy

Growing up, Emma Snead’s compass has always pointed due north toward naval architect and marine engineer. more

Boy Scout Seeks Assistance To Complete Eagle Project Benefiting U.S. Military

To accomplish his two-fold project, Fletcher is asking the community for financial assistance. more

Kate Bray Leads The Way To University Of Michigan

“I would love to work side by side with doctors to improve medical equipment and their processes to make the world a safer place.” more

Our Minds Matter Honored By Governor’s Office On Service And Volunteerism

The awardees were selected through a competitive review process by a panel of distinguished community leaders and state representatives in charge of volunteer programs across Maryland. more

Meet Polar Bear Super Plunger McKenna Chadwick

Last year, with the support of her family and the inspiration of a former Special Olympian, Jimmy Myrick, she became a Super Plunger and raised more than $10,000 for Special Olympics Maryland. more

Meghan Figueras Heads To University Of Notre Dame

Looking toward the future, Figueras wants to be a neonatologist and work with babies in the newborn intensive care unit. more

Brandon Taub Operates Successful Milk Delivery Business

Thought of as a thing of the past, the desire for a door-to-door milkman is still alive, a fact proven by Brandon Taub. more

From Falcon To Terrapin: Reese Barrett Heads To UMD

She plans to major in electrical engineering with a minor in sustainability. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Jones Elementary Presents "Willy Wonka Jr."

Did you get your Golden Ticket? more

PHOTO GALLERY: Round Bay Campers Assemble Blessing Bags For The Homeless

Photos by Dylan Roche As part of their camp activities on July 17, children at Round Bay Beach got to learn about ways they can help the less fortunate. Students heard from Khristine Smith, a … more
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