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NEWS
October 19, 2008
Meagan Graff has been named as an AP Scholar by the College Board. The award is given to students who receive grades of 3 or higher on three or more AP (Advanced Placement) exams. Meagan is a 2008 graduate of North Hagerstown High School, and is attending Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University majoring in aerospace engineering. BALTIMORE - Lauren Parsons of Frederick, Md., has been named to the spring dean's list at College of Notre Dame of Maryland. The dean's list honors students with a minimum 3.5-grade point average who also maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher.
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NEWS
March 23, 2009
Chelsea Smith and Ivan Zanko have been named Students of the Month for March at Washington County Technical High School. Chelsea is enrolled in health occupations, biomedical science, advanced-placement language, honors world history, honors precalculus and honors physics. She also attends Evening High School, where she is enrolled in English 12. She is the corresponding secretary for her school's Skills-USA/Student Government. Chelsea enjoys listening to music, going to Whitetail Resort, hanging out with friends and playing sports.
NEWS
by JULIE E. GREENE | October 13, 2003
julieg@herald-mail.com A year ago, Bonnie Dowell studied Advanced Placement calculus at Boonsboro High School, but she chose not to take the exam that would have allowed her to earn college credit. Dowell, 17, of the Sharpsburg area, took the course in the fall and the exam isn't given until May, so she was concerned how much she would remember. This fall, the senior is taking courses in Advanced Placement statistics, psychology and English. She will prepare to take the exams in the spring by attending review sessions during the spring semester to refresh her memory.
NEWS
May 10, 2010
The South Hagerstown High School Alumni Association has announced the winners of its 2010 alumni scholarships. This year's recipients were each awarded $1,000 scholarships honoring their outstanding scholastic achievements and participation in numerous school and community activities: Kara Marie Henson Kara plans to attend Towson University, where she will study nursing. Kara's academic program has included honors, advanced-placement and HCC courses. She has a strong grade-point average and is a member of the National Honor Society.
LIFESTYLE
Lisa Prejean | May 5, 2011
If you are reading this between 8 a.m. and noon today, you probably are not an AP U.S. History student. But could you be? We’ll see. For just over three hours today, students who are attempting to earn Advanced Placement credit in U.S. History will answer multiple-choice questions and will write essays on topics ranging from the American victory at Yorktown to the Great Depression. Their performance on this exam could possibly allow them to gain college credit and advanced placement.
EDUCATION
January 17, 2011
Charles Smith and Maureen Leavy have been named Students of the Month  for January at Washington County Technical High School. Charles is a junior enrolled in the biomedical science program at Tech High. His home school is Hancock Middle/Senior High School. His academic schedule includes biomedical science, advanced-placement English literature, honors world history, art and honors physics.   Having been an avid reader for as long as he can remember, Charles attributes that to his success in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, coming in 91st out of 258 competitors.
NEWS
December 21, 2009
Washington County Technical High School named Hannah Leizear and Ivan Zanko as Students of the Month for December. Hannah is enrolled in multimedia and graphic design, Advanced Placement U.S. history, Advanced Placement literature and is the editor of the yearbook. Hannah has a 3.70 GPA and is a SkillsUSA representative. Last year, she was the SkillsUSA historian. As a student at Clear Spring High School, she has been involved in the History Club for three years. She is a member of the varsity softball team and was named First Team All County.
NEWS
January 22, 2007
Lara McKaye and Chris Myers, senior advanced-placement government students at St. James School, and instructor Karl Yergey attended the Maryland Youth Inaugural held last week at Saint John's College in Annapolis, according to a press release from the school. Featured speakers included Gov. Martin O'Malley, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and U.S. Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md., according to the release. O'Malley and Brown met with Maryland high school students as part of their inaugural tour and to promote their concept of one Maryland.
NEWS
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | August 21, 1998
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Scheduling his first semester of classes at Berea College in Berea, Ky., Timothy Washington didn't have to worry about working around an open section of the same freshman English classes everyone else needed. The 1998 Martinsburg High School graduate had already taken care of that core requirement, thanks to a program started at his high school last year. "I just wanted to get it out of the way," said Washington, 18, of Martinsburg, who plans to study engineering.
NEWS
By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | May 20, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- A future scientist, a girl who hopes to become an elementary school teacher and an aspiring dentist were among 235 Washington County Public Schools seniors honored Monday. The high school students recognized during the Celebration of Excellence at North Hagerstown High School each had a grade-point average of 3.7 or higher. One hundred of those students had a GPA higher than 4.0. About 1,550 seniors are expected to graduate next month. "Our success as educators is measured by your success as students," Washington County Public Schools Superintendent Elizabeth Morgan said.
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