School News
Wednesday, 12 June 2013 10:24
    The following Dundalk-area students graduated from Archbishop Curley High School in May: Trenton Bunce will be attending Loyola University; Shawn Ryan, Potomac State University; Justin Kowalewski, Salisbury University; Erik Sampson, Salisbury University; Bradley Harbert, Towson University; Casey Bechtel, CCBC; Tyler Yeager, CCBC and Nikolaus D’Avanzo, University of New Mexico.

    Austin Fleck, a junior in the art magnet program at Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts, won first place at the Baltimore High School Film Festival held at the Charles Theatre with his animation film The Tennis Ball. Fleck received $200 along with the award at the festival’s award ceremony on June 6.
    
    Five area students were among 23 Baltimore County High students who received awards during the 27th Annual High School Art Exhibit held on June 3. From Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts, Amber Triplett won best in show for digital media, Krysta Hoover took best drawing, Safiya Brown won for best painting and Alex Wanless earned best in three-dimensional. Kimberly Londer from Sparrows Point High School won first and third place awards for her works in other media.   
    Senior College Application Boot Camp, sponsored by the BCPS Office of School Counseling, a program open to all Baltimore County students who are graduating in 2014, will be held Monday through Wednesday, June 24 to 26, at Loch Raven High School, 1212 Cowpens Ave. Workshop topics during the event include filling out the common application, essay preparation, NCAA eligibility, selective admissions, applications to military academies, state scholarships and other forms of financial aid. Rising seniors who want to attend the boot camp should register with their school counselors before the last day of school.
    The Baltimore County Public Schools office that processes requests for official diplomas and transcripts and requests for graduation verification has moved to 9611 Pulaski Park Drive, Suite 307. The office phone number, 410-887-6360, and fax number, 410-321-5721, are the same.
    
    Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke School preregistration for the pre-kindergarten program for the 2013-14 school year is available by contacting Stephanie Vogan at 410-388-1924 or www.svogan@olhsl.com. The school offers both full and half-day classes for children ages 3 and 4.