Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Total dollar figure for Class of 2011 scholarships approaches $100 million.
Students in Anne Arundel County public high schools set a new high mark, hauling in nearly $100 million in scholarship dollars for graduating students in the Class of 2011. The increase marks 53 percent more in scholarship offers than the Class of 2010, and according to school officials, is the largest increase in one year ever in Anne Arundel County Public Schools. According to school spokesman Bob Mosier, South River High School had the highest amount of scholarship offers for the third straight year, with $12.9 million. Severna Park was second with $12.85 million, followed by Arundel ($10.7 million), Broadneck ($10.68 million), Annapolis ($9.2 million), and Old Mill ($9.1 million). Broadneck and Southern ($3.2 million) each had …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Here are some of the video highlights from the 32nd annual South River High School Commencement program May 31 at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Crofton local editor Nicki Mayo snapped these photos of the South River High Graduation Tuesday morning at the Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro.
About 440 students marched across the stage earlier today to pick up their diplomas and officially graduate from South River High School. Alex Newton, class valedictorian, addressed the assembled crowd of thousands. South River senior and Anne Arundel County Schools student board member Kathryn Scruggs gave an address on behalf of the Board of Education. The underclassmen at the school all got the day off. Congratulations to our newest crop of graduates. Great work everyone!
Sunday, May 29, 2011
South River High School seniors would not say what they plan to do for their senior prank. But they did talk with Patch.com about the pros and cons of the perfect senior prank.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Some South River High School seniors discuss what goes through the mind of a senior days before graduation.
No more homework, no more books... not so fast. School is almost out for South River High School seniors, but there's still a little work left to be done. So how are they coping with the looming "Senioritis?" Senioritis occurs when upperclassmen approaching gradution cannot focus on academics. Some SRHS Seahawk seniors talked with Patch.com about how they are handing the last minute pressures.