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Saturday 13 April was the JHU Physics Fair at the Homewood Campus in Baltimore - for more info, you can see http://physics-astronomy.jhu.edu/events/physics_fair/ It is a VERY cool science fair...with the electron scanning microscope, trebouchet tossing melons into the tree tops, Professor …
Scholarly middle school students at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City competed with thousands vying for academic accolades this spring. Eighth-grader, Skylar Johnson was named a Carson Scholar and received her medal from world renowned neurosurgeon, Dr. Benjamin Carson at the 17th …
The Columbia Association (CA) Maggie J. Brown Spirit of Columbia Scholarship Award is awarded annually to Columbia high school seniors who have shown exceptional effort in providing community service to benefit Columbia residents and those in the Columbia area. CA has been recognizing high school …
The Maryland Society for Educational Technology (MSET) Student Contest recognizes K-12 Maryland students each year who integrate technology into the learning process and create desktop publishing, graphic arts, and multimedia products. The work submitted this year demonstrated Howard County student…
Two exceptional Howard County educators will be honored with awards by The Washington Post. Lori Speelman, a gifted and talented resource teacher at Hollifield Station Elementary School, has been named the Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award winner for the Howard County Public School System. …
Joey Yarn was honored by the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame when he was one of 88 football players recognized as outstanding scholar athletes from the state of Maryland.
Congratulations to the Oakland Mills High Wind Ensemble, which received straight Superior ratings on their performance at the Howard County Band Assessments over the March 12-13 weekend.
Congratulations to Othniel Degahson, winner of this year's Geography Bee at Cradlerock School. Othniel is in the 8th grade.
The winners of Cradlerock School's Spelling Bee are: Erin Cauley, 6th Grade Bria Gibson (alternate), 8th Grade
Congratulations to the following students who were winners of the Cradlerock School 8 th grade science fair. They will represent Cradlerock School at the county level science fair. Honorable mention: • Monica Koh whose project was entitled, "The effect of mass on the distance traveled of a …
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