Friday, November 16, 2012
The students signed letters announcing their intent to play college lacrosse next year.
Roland Park Country School announced that three seniros signed National Letters of Intent to play college lacrosse next year. According to a news release, Erika Brager committed to Jacksonville University, Emma Guarino to University of Michigan and Haley Hauser to Bucknell University. "The National Letter of Intent (NLI) is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an institution in which the institution agrees to provide a prospective student-athlete who is admitted to the institution and is eligible for financial aid under NCAA rules athletics aid for one academic year in exchange for the prospect's agreement to attend the institution for one academic year," according to a news release from the school.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Marion Penning will compete on the game show’s Teacher’s Challenge on Thursday.
Marion Penning, a history teacher and varsity crew head coach at Roland Park Country School, is competing in the Jeopardy! Teacher’s Challenge on Fox. Penning won her first round on Friday and will compete again at 7 p.m. on Thursday evening.
Saturday, August 25, 2012
A roundup of the news covered by Patch this past week.
Baltimore Police Unveil New Helicopters On Thursday the Baltimore police showed off their new helicopters to the news media. The fleet of four helicopters cost the city $9.5 million and replaced aircraft that have been in service since 2001. Baltimore Selling Senator Theatre to the Cusacks The Baltimore Development Corp. confirmed Thursday that it is putting together a deal to sell the theater to its current operators James “Buzz” Cusack and his business partner and daughter Kathleen Cusack. ‘The Shush Lady’ Leaving Hopkins Johns Hopkins University Community Liaison Carrie Bennett, aka The Shush Lady, is leaving the school to take care of her father in Carlisle, PA. Bennett has been praised as instrumental in improving the relationship …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
The company will be performing at Roland Park Country School next year.
The Young Victorian Theatre Company has a new location in the same neighborhood. The company, which primarily performs Gilbert and Sullivan musicals, will be relocating to Roland Park Country School next summer where it will present the HMS Pinafore at the school’s Sinex Theater, according to a news release. "After 42 years in North Baltimore the Young Vic is proud to remain committed to the greater Baltimore area and is honored to begin a new association with a great institution with a wonderful theatre facility for our audience," said Brian Goodman, the company’s general manager. Initially the company made its home at Gilman’s Alumni Auditorium, but has performed at Bryn Mawr’s Centennial Hall since 1989, according to the group's website…
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
A class at Bryn Mawr uses pop culture touchstones to examine Charm City's past, present and future.
Julie Clark, was teaching an elective on modern Africa at Bryn Mawr Scool about five years ago, when a student told her how much the turmoil on that continent reminded her of Baltimore. Clark said the student, who was a Baltimore resident, told her that the city, much like Africa, had always been troubled and would always be troubled. "I thought, ‘oh my gosh’ It felt terrible to hear this girl say this. And to be 18 and have this picture of Baltimore," Clark said. So Clark, who grew up in Ten Hills, developed the class "Down to The Wire," which is open to seniors at Bryn Mawr, Gilman School and Roland Park Country School, to give students the opportunity to delve deeper into the issues facing Baltimore using unorthodox materials, such as …
Friday, March 16, 2012
David Brock was honored with a ceremony at the school on Thursday.
Roland Park Country School teacher David Brock was named to the National Teachers Hall of Fame of Thursday. Brock was honored at a ceremony at the school. “David is a highly regarded member of our faculty whose teaching literally transforms lives. He is an influential and outstanding educator with a particular dedication to improving science teaching and expanding STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) opportunities for girls,” Head of School Jean Waller Brune said in a statement on the school’s website. The goal of the hall is to recognize and honor teachers and encourage excellence in that field, according to the National Teachers Hall of Fame website.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
A preview of Maryland girls' high school lacrosse names Roland Park Country School and Bryn Mawr as teams to watch.
Some local girls lacrosse teams are being recognized on a national level. On ESPN.com’s 2012 Maryland girls’ lacrosse preview, Bryn Mawr and Roland Park Country School are listed as private school teams to keep an eye on in the state. According to the article, Bryn Mawr is loaded this season after winning 16 games in 2011 and only graduating four seniors. Roland Park Country School’s wins against John Carroll, Bryn Mawr and Notre Dame Prep—and the return of several key players—are reasons why the Reds are on opponents’ radar this season. Read the full story here. Who do you think is the best girls' prep lacrosse team in the area? Tell us in comments.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
A quick run down of Wednesday night's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland scores
Field Hockey Mount de Sales 2 at Park 2 (F/OT) Mercy 0 at Glenelg Country 1 Notre Dame Prep 2 at Archbishop Spalding 2 (F/OT) Baltimore Lutheran 0 at Oldfields 1 Catholic High 0 at Key 1 (F/OT) Severn 1 at Severna Park 2 (F/OT) Soccer Our Lady of Mount Carmel 0 at Park 2 Annapolis Area Christian 1 at Seton Keough 1 (F/OT) Archbishop Spalding 4 at St. Mary's 0 Key 3 at Baltimore Lutheran 1 Institute of Notre Dame 1 at Mount de Sales 2 Catholic High 3 at Roland Park Country School 1 Friends 4 at Garrison Forest 0 Tennis Archbishop Spalding 0 at Severn 5 Volleyball Mount de Sales 1 at Archbishop Spalding 3 (20-25, 25-20, 25-19, 25-21) Scores provided by the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
A run down on Tuesday night's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland scores.
Field Hockey St. Mary's 1 at St. Paul's School for Girls 1 (F/OT) Bryn Mawr 1 at Garrison Forest 3 Soccer Severn 1 at St. Paul's School for Girls 0 Glenelg Country 7 at Beth Tfiloh 0 Bryn Mawr 1 at C. Milton Wright 3 CHEN 1 at St. John's Cath. Prep 5 Tennis McDonogh 5 at Park 0 Baltimore Lutheran at Oldfields, PPD St. Frances at John Carroll, PPD St. Timothy's 0 at Glenelg Country 5 Bryn Mawr 4 at St. Paul's School for Girls 1 Volleyball Glenelg Country 0 at Friends 3 Mercy 3 at Roland Park Country School 2 Our Lady of Mount Carmel 0 at Beth Tfiloh 3 Archbishop Spalding 3 at Pallotti Prep 0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-15) Baltimore Lutheran 1 at St. Timothy's 3 Chapelgate Christian 0 at Notre Dame Prep 3 Bryn Mawr 3 at St. Mary's 0 Annapolis Area …