U.S. News and World Report ranks the nation’s top high schools. Several Maryland schools made the prestigious list.
Timmy Bond scored 16 points, and Omari George added 15 plus 11 rebounds as City College pulled away late for a 59-48 victory over Westlake in the Class 3A state title game on Saturday afternoon.
Randall Broddie scored 18 points as Potomac defeated Oakdale 64-51 for the Class 2A state championship Saturday night.
New numbers released this week show a big boost in the state’s graduation rate. And one county is seeing its largest graduating class in the last four years.
Tim Pirrone threw one touchdown, and Brad Rinehart ran for another as Middletown earned a third straight state title with a 17-3 victory over Patuxent in Saturday’s Class 2A championship game.
Alex Barnes ran for two touchdowns and had another 29-yard score off an interception to lead Fort Hill to the Maryland Class 1A state football championship with a 25-0 victory over Douglass on Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium.
Mark Pierce threw for two touchdowns and E.J. Lee ran for two, leading Northwest to a 33-16 victory over Suitland in the Class 4A state title game Friday night.
Some area high school students are giving back as they give thanks the day before Thanksgiving.
High school graduation rates are on the rise in Maryland.
Students from Maryvale, Liberty and Middletown compete.
High schools across the country send their best and brightest into an engineering battle. One from Maryland rolled to a national victory.
Students from South River, Bryn Mawr and Glenelg High Schools compete.