Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Seventeen students from a high school near Shanghai stopped by Arundel on Tuesday as part of a two-week tour of Maryland.
Students from the Chinese city of Shanghai visited Arundel High on Tuesday to learn more about the school's push for global awareness. The students gathered for a special ceremony in the morning Tuesday then met in the afternoon to discuss what makes the "perfect global citizen." Li Guo Song, principal of the Chinese high school, said he chose to visit Arundel in part due its Global Citizenship and Community Development signature program. The students will be traveling throughout Maryland during a two-week tour. Teachers and administrators from both schools said they hoped the visit would help lay the groundwork for a broader working relationship. Some Arundel students could visit China as part of an exchange program this summer, said …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Here's a look at what the Arundel and South River teams will be up to this week.
The spring sports season is in full swing, even if the weather doesn't realize it. Teams from Arundel High and South River High will be in action over the next few days, though it will be a light week due to spring break. Here's a look at the varsity schedule: Arundel Girls Lacrosse vs. Bel Air High School — Monday, 5 p.m. Girls Lacrosse vs. Easton High School — Thursday, Noon. Track and Field at Chesapeake High School — Wednesday, 10 a.m. Softball vs. Catonsville High School — Wednesday, 3:45 p.m. Boys Lacrosse at Mount St. Joseph's — Wednesday, 4 p.m. South River Baseball in Seahawk-Cougar Invitational — Thursday, 10 a.m. at Joe Cannon Stadium. Girls Lacrosse in NDP Tournament at South River — Saturday, time TBA.
Sunday, March 17, 2013
South River and Arundel High lacrosse and baseball will be among those in action.
There's virtually no break between the winter and spring sports seasons at local high schools. Teams from South River and Arundel High will begin regular season play this week. Lacrosse, bocce and baseball are among the sports in action. Here's a look at the varsity schedule. Baseball Arundel at South River, Thursday, 4 p.m. Hammond High at Arundel, Friday, 4 p.m. Glenelg at Arundel, Saturday, 11 a.m. Softball Arundel at South River, Thursday, 4 p.m. Arundel at River Hill, Saturday, 2 p.m. Hammond High at South River, Saturday, 2 p.m. Girls Lacrosse North County at Arundel, Thursday, 4 p.m. Broadneck at South River, Thursday, 5 p.m. Boys Lacrosse North County at Arundel, Thursday, 7 p.m. Broadneck at South River, Thursday, 7 p.m…
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Nearly 40 students from the school's signature program met with local companies, including a maker of accessories for Ipads and other devices.
Crofton students were among those who got an inside look at one of the area's fastest-growing companies Wednesday, as M-Edge opened its doors to 10th graders involved in Arundel High School's signature program. The 36 students got a tour of the company's offices and warehouses in Odenton, and learned about the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship and innovation. M-Edge produces covers, sleeves and other accessories for e-readers, tablets and other electronic devices. Its CEO, Patrick Mish, is a 1994 Arundel High graduate. The 36 students, mostly 10th-graders, made the visits as part of an economics unit tied to the school's Community Development and Global Citizenship Signature Program. Students also made appearances Wednesday at …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Registrations are now open for the tournament on July 1 at Crofton Country Club.
Monday, February 25, 2013
South River's Austin Alley qualified to wrestle at 126 pounds. His brother, Collin, will wrestle at 145 pounds
South River High will have two chances at a state wrestling title this weekend, after twin brothers Collin and Austin Alley earned berths. Austin Alley will wrestle at 126 pounds, after securing a record of 42-4 on the season. He will open against Malachi Edmond of North Point. Collin Alley will compete at 145 pounds and open against Jacob Asher of Dulaney Valley. Arundel High School will send a representative to the state wrestling tournament, after junior Tanner Chaplain qualified to compete at 120 pounds. Chaplain, who has a 27-5 record, will open against Tony Arrington of Mergenthaler High in Baltimore. The MPSSAA state wrestling tournament will take place Friday and Saturday at Cole Field House in College Park. See also: Also …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The former Arundel High and Syracuse wide receiver has been working to improve his 40-yard dash time.
Arundel High graduate Alec Lemon will show off his athletic skills this week when the NFL Combine begins in Indianapolis. Lemon, who followed his Arundel career with a solid four years at Syracuse, is considered one of the top wide receivers looking to be selected in the NFL Draft. SBNation lists Lemon as the 24th-best wide receiver in the class, while other draft projections offer a similar assessment. There were 33 wideouts drafted last season, suggesting that he could be a late-round pick. The NFL Combine assesses players' athletic abilities through a series of tests including a 40-yard dash, bench press, shuttle run, broad jump, high jump and 3-cone drill. The Post-Standard in Syracuse said Lemon has been preparing in Tempe, AZ for …
Blogger Miya Treadwell talks about some new visitors to Arundel High and its global signature program.
Monday, February 18, 2013
The Wildcats earned a first round bye, then will face the winner of the game between Leonardtown and Chesapeake
The Arundel High School boys basketball team earned the second seed in its region and a first-round bye as it prepares for the MPSSAA Class 4A playoffs. The Wildcats, who finished the regular season at 20-2 and without a loss in the county, will face the winner between Leonardtown and Chesapeake. Playoff basketball begins on Feb. 26. Here's a look at the playoff seedings for other local teams: Meade Boys - The No. 3 seeded Mustangs have a first-round bye and will face the winner the game between Broadneck and Great Mills. Old Mill Boys - The Patriots are the No. 4 seed and will face North County or Severna Park in the second round. South River Boys - The Seahawks are the No. 8 seed and will host Glen Burnie in the first round. …
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Blogger Barbara Dziedizic discusses her attempts to inject some joy into the educational process.