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Taylor Cummings '12 Nominated for ESPY (7/8)

Taylor Cummings '12 has been nominated for an ESPY (Best Female College Athlete)award.

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Summer Carillon Concert Series (6/30)

Carillonneurs from across the United States and Canada will give a series of free concerts at McDonogh School’s Tagart Memorial Chapel on Friday evenings, July 4 through August 1, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

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Lamborn Hall Comes Down, Leaving Lasting Memories (6/24)

We received word from our contractor this morning (Tuesday, June 24) that the demolition of Lamborn Hall will begin this afternoon to make way for the Rosenberg Campus Green.

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Athletes Honored At Awards Ceremony (6/3)

There is no question that McDonogh’s athletic teams are a force among the competition in the Baltimore area.

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Lower School Celebrates At Closing Ceremony (6/2)

The weather was “iffy” on Friday, May 30, the morning of the Lower School Closing, but with an air of optimism it was determined that the ceremony would take place outside on Childs Memorial Terrace.

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McDonogh Alum Wins Prestigious Lax Award (5/30)

Congratulations to Taylor Cummings ’12, a student at the University of Maryland on being named the female Tewaaraton Award winner at the 14th annual ceremony on Thursday, May 29.

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Boat Builders Go Down With Their Ships (5/27)

It was sink and swim for the 10 entries in the 25th Annual Cardboard Boat Race, held Friday, May 23 on the duck pond.

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Speakers of German Earn Awards (5/22)

Five McDonogh students of German were recently honored for their high achievement on the National High School German Test.

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3,000 Sandwiches and Counting (5/22)

McDonogh’s Lower School students make sandwiches for Baltimore's hungry.

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McDonogh Remembers (5/22)

The school community gathered with reverence for the Annual Memorial Day ceremony.

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7th and 8th Grade Orators Say It All (5/20)

The 10 finalists in the Seventh and Eighth Grade Oratory Program spoke from personal experience.

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Exciting Competition at Battle of Books (5/13)

McDonogh Middle School students went head-to-head with readers from nine other area independent schools in the 14th Annual Battle of the Books on Wednesday, April 30.

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Softball Team Wins Championship Title (5/13)

McDonogh wins IAAM B Conference championship title in softball against Chapelgate Christian Academy.

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Sports Teams Take Home Trophies (5/12)

Congratulations to the girls and boys track teams and the girls lacrosse team on their winning weekend.

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Championship Update: Softball Tonight, Boys Lax Tuesday (5/12)

Several spring sports teams are still competing for championship titles.

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Silverman '14 Added to Wall of Olympians (5/7)

A plaque honoring Eagles swimmer Ian Silverman ‘14 was unveiled on McDonogh’s “Wall of Olympians” in the Rollins- Luetkemeyer Athletic Center during a special ceremony on Thursday, May 1.

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Cum Laude Society Welcomes New Members (4/29)

On Monday, April 28, the prestigious Cum Laude Society, a national honor society recognizing academic achievement and character, added 13 more members from the Class of 2014 and 15 students from the Class of 2015.

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Ten Inducted Into Hall Of Fame (4/28)

Nine former McDonogh athletes and one coach were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Thursday, April 24-- the first time the ceremony was part of the annual Reunion Weekend events.

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National Record for Girls Lax: Winning Streak Continues (4/21)

The varsity girls lacrosse team broke the national record for consecutive wins with their 104th straight victory on April 17 in front of a home crowd.

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Fond Farewell to Retiring US Faculty/Staff (4/17)

It’s not easy to surprise Upper School faculty, especially those who have been around a while.

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Friday Night Lights: A Dream Come True (4/17)

Thanks to a recent gift from Darrius Heyward-Bey '05, McDonogh’s football players and the entire school community will experience the thrill of “Friday Night Lights” in John McDonogh Stadium starting in the fall of 2014.

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Young Artists Design for a Good Cause: Please Vote! (4/15)

During Youth Art Month in March, third and fourth graders put their artistic talents to work to help The Red Devils, an organization that is dedicated to providing services to improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients and their families living in Maryland.

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Time-lapse Video Captures Construction of New Buildings (4/15)

Watch the construction of the Naylor Building and the Edward St. John Student Center from groundbreaking to completion in this time-lapse video. It is awesome to see the process condensed to one minute and 35 seconds!

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Penn State Students Bring McDonogh's Nexus Lab Online (4/11)

McDonogh’s Energy and Environment Nexus Lab officially went online on the evening of April 9.

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AP Psych Students Present Research (4/10)

Students from McDonogh's AP Psychology class presented findings from studies they designed and implemented at a conference hosted by St. Paul's School for Girls.

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The McDonogh Forever Campaign Exceeds $75 Million Goal (4/9)

Headmaster Charlie Britton and Board of Trustees President Arthur Adler ‘78 have announced the successful completion of The McDonogh Forever Campaign, which surpassed its $75 million goal, raising $80,074,190.

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Edward St. John Student Center Dedication Reflects McDonogh’s Bright Future (4/6)

The weather on Friday, April 4 was not what drove more than 1,400 members of the McDonogh School community to don orange and black sunglasses; it was the bright future they were seeing at the dedication of the Edward St. John Student Center.

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Winter Athletes Named to All-Metro Teams (4/3)

McDonogh winter athletes earn spots on the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Teams.

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Wow, Wow, Wow (3/28)

The 8th annual Well, Well, Well benefit concert held Friday, February 28 raised $2,100 to benefit the sixth grade’s Uganda Water Project and the seventh grade’s Haitian Service Project.

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Young Debaters Find their Voice at National Tournament (3/24)

Members of McDonogh’s debate team competed in the Woodward National Debate Tournament in Atlanta, Georgia during spring break.

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Life's Treasured Moments (3/24)

Ceres M. Horn ’86, for whom The Ceres M. Horn Theatre is named, was a remarkably bright and vivacious young woman with tremendous promise. She lived her short life to the fullest with utmost character, leaving an everlasting imprint on many. Nan Cohen '85 is one of the many, and she recently delivered a stirring talk about Ceres and a moment in their friendship that continues to inspire her today.

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Fifth and Sixth Grade Oratory Has People Talking (3/14)

Finalists in the fifth and sixth grade Oratory Program had the audience alternately laughing and crying as they shared speeches and personal narratives with confidence and poise.

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Danielle E. ’15 Named Sun’s Athlete of the Week (3/12)

Danielle E. named the March 11, 2014 female “Athlete of the Week” by the Baltimore Sun.

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McDonogh Singers Perform at Disney (3/6)

The McDonogh Singers traveled to Walt Disney World for a weekend of performing, attending workshops, and enjoying the excitement of the Magic Kingdom.

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Take-Apart Day is a Hit (3/4)

After learning about simple machines in science class, fourth graders spent a morning disecting a variety of small machines, devices, and gadgets.

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Take-Apart Day is a Hit (3/4)

After learning about simple machines in science class, fourth graders spent a morning disecting a variety of small machines, devices, and gadgets.

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Olivia Grant Awarded Teaching Chair (2/28)

Middle School math teacher Olivia Grant was the recipient of The Howard C. "Dutch" Eyth Endowed Teaching Chair, presented at the winter faculty meeting.

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Robotics Challenge Teaches More Than Programming (2/26)

Middle School science teacher Rick Thompson has been teaching robotics to 8th graders for close to 10 years, but this year he took the curriculum to a new level by adding a friendly competition--the Food Factor Challenge.

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Pete Welch Named National Prep Wrestling Coach of the Year, Team Scores Big (2/26)

Pete Welch was named National Prep Coach of the Year by the National Wrestling Coaches Association during the National Prep Championships at Lehigh University over the weekend.

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Jennifer H. ’14 and Claire N. ’17 Recognized as Aspiring Young Poets in Nationwide Contest (2/24)

Senior Jennifer H. was awarded second prize in Notre Dame of Maryland University's 2013-2014 Eichner Awards for Young Poets for her poem "Waiting Room Ballade,” and freshman Claire N. received honorable mention for her poem "The Disappeared.”

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George C. Earns Player of the Year Award, Again (2/21)

Senior George C. '14 named the 2013-14 Gatorade Maryland Boys Soccer Player of the Year.

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Geordie E. Named WMAR Athlete of the Week (2/21)

Senior Geordie E. '14 is WMAR's "Athlete of the Week." A segment featuring Geordie's accomplishments aired on the 6 p.m. newscast on February 20. Way to go Geordie!

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Merritt Livermore '91 Appointed Head of Upper School (2/19)

I am delighted to announce that after conducting a comprehensive, nationwide search, Merritt Livermore '91 has accepted our offer to be McDonogh's next Head of Upper School. As many of you know, Merritt has brought enormous energy and an impressive work ethic to all of the roles she has held at McDonogh since returning to her alma mater in 1999.

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Eleonore E. Wins MIAA Squash Championship (2/19)

Sophomore Eleonore E. wins MIAA Individual Squash Champion title.

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Girls Win Basketball Championship (2/18)

Congratulations to the varsity girls’ basketball team who captured the 2014 IAAM “A” Conference Championship beating Roland Park Country School 57-46.

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Wrestlers Win MIAA Title and Independent School Tournament (2/10)

McDonogh's varsity wrestlers won their third straight MIAA A Conference title on Saturday, February 8 at Mount St. Joseph.

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Nichols Appointed Head Men's Soccer Coach at Loyola University (2/6)

Steve Nichols, varsity boys’ soccer head coach, has been named head coach of Loyola University’s men’s soccer team.

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Seniors Named Sun's Athletes of the Week (2/5)

Toby H. and Geordie E. named Sun's Athletes of the Week.

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Winter Teams Enter Championship Play (1/31)

Cheer on the Eagles as they compete for championship titles.

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Speak the Speech: The Power of Words (1/28)

McDonogh students studying Shakespeare will, no doubt, benefit from the energy and creative ideas Director of Fine and Performing Arts Kevin Costa harnessed at the Shakespeare Theatre Association International Conference at the Stratford Festival in Canada last week.

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No Argument: Debate Team A Success (1/27)

McDonogh's Debate Team is currently ranked 26th out of more than 1080 schools competing for the prestigious David P. Baker Award.

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Brianna J. '14 Named Athlete of the Week (1/23)

Basketball player Brianna J. '14 was named the Baltimore Sun's female "Athlete of the Week"on January 22.

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Following the Example of Dr. King (1/17)

Ayinde Stewart ’92 encourages Upper School students to learn from the examples of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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McDonogh’s American Idol (1/16)

Follow McDonogh alum Vibav Mouli ’12 on his journey to become the next American Idol.

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Geography Bee Puts MS Students To The Test (1/13)

Middle School students put their geography knowledge to the test at McDonogh's Geography Bee, a qualifying event for the National Geographic Bee.

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Football, Soccer Coaches and Players Earn Post Season Honors (12/17)

Dom Damico has been named The Baltimore Sun's Football Coach of the Year and Steve Nichols has been selected the 2013 Boys Private/Parochial School National Coach of the Year.

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Tonight's Winter Band Concert Postponed (12/10)

The Winter Band Concert scheduled for tonight has been postponed. The sixth grade, seventh grade, and eighth grade concert bands will perform on Wednesday, December 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ceres M. Horn Theatre. The Upper School Concert Band will perform with the Upper School Jazz Band on Thursday, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ceres M. Horn Theatre.

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McDonogh Named Top Workplace in The Baltimore Sun (12/6)

McDonogh's faculty and staff recently participated in The Baltimore Sun’s 2013 Top Workplaces survey. The results are in, and McDonogh has been named the #1 Workplace for Midsize Companies for the second year in a row. Additionally, Headmaster Charlie Britton received the Leadership Award in the same category.

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Airmen of Note Holiday Concert Tonight (12/2)

The Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force, will give a free performance of holiday big band arrangements and classic jazz on Wednesday, December 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the Horn Theatre.

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Holiday Bazaar Today: 10 a.m to 3 p.m. (12/2)

Plan to bring the whole family to the annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, December 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Rollins-Luetkemeyer Athletic Center. Sponsored by the McDonogh Parents Association, the Bazaar is a fun event with games for children, vendors for adults, and a variety of food for everyone!.

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Second Grader Shows Compassion With Craft (11/14)

Second grader Jaden D. uses rainbow loom bracelets to show compassion for children at St. Vincent's Villa.

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LS Makes Sweet Donation (11/12)

Lower School students donated 212 pounds of their Halloween candy to Operation Gratitude.

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Boys Soccer Wins A Conference Title (11/10)

Varsity boys soccer defeated St. Paul's (1-0) for the A Conference Title with a thrilling last minute goal in the championship game on Sunday, November 10 at Archbishop Spalding.

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Eagles Defeat Gilman to Win MIAA Football Championship (11/9)

The varsity football team defeated the Gilman Greyhounds (37-6) to win the MIAA A Conference Championship in front of more than 7,000 fans at John McDonogh Stadium on Saturday, November 9.

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Fall Post Season Action Update (11/4)

Several McDonogh teams are competing in fall tournaments and hoping to win titles in the coming week. Don't miss the action. Come out and cheer for the Eagles!

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Girls Win Soccer Championship (11/3)

Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer team and their coaches on their win over Archbishop Spalding to take the IAAM "A" Conference Championship title.

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Fall Post Season Action (10/25)

Several McDonogh teams are competing in fall tournaments and hoping to win titles in the coming week. Don't miss the action. Come out and cheer for the Eagles!

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Founder's Day Moved Inside Due to Weather (10/11)

Due to the rainy weather, today's Founder's Day ceremony will take place in the Louis E.

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Kirsten Adams Appointed Head of School at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (10/9)

Dear Members of the McDonogh Community, It is with great pride that I announce that Associate Head of School and Head of Upper School Kirsten Adams has been named Head of School at St.

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The Naylor Building Opens (8/29)

A highlight of the first day of school on August 28 was the official opening of The Naylor Building, named for Irvin S.Naylor ’54, whose lead gift made possible the construction of the state-of-the-art facility. Showers held off as students, faculty, staff, and members of the Naylor family gathered at the entrance of the building at noon for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

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Summer Carillon Series (7/3)

Carillonneurs from the United States, Belgium, and the Netherlands will give free concerts at Tagart Memorial Chapel from 7 to 8 p.

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Freshman Creates Popular App (6/28)

Rising freshman Ryan J. spent the last two months developing an online game called Pic Quiz. His hard work and creativity has paid off. The game, which allows players to solve picture quizzes at various levels of difficulty, is now available as a FREE app through the Apple Store.

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Concert Choir Performs in Peru (6/28)

Where in the world was McDonogh’s Concert Choir in June?

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Tonight's Kindergarten Pumpkin Planting Postponed (6/27)

Due to the forecast for inclement weather this evening, the pumpkin planting event with kindergarten families at the Roots Farm has been postponed until Saturday, June 29 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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Autumne Franklin '12 Wins Junior National Title (6/25)

With the fastest time in the world by a junior this season, Autumne Franklin ’12 captured the 400 hurdles title at the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships on June 22.

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Construction News: MacHamer Rd., Bus Lot, LS Hard Surface Playground Closed (6/20)

Effective immediately, the bus lot and the Lower School hard surface playground are closed. Underground drains are being installed, and the bus lot is being moved to make way for a loop road in front of St. John Student Center. This process will take approximately eight weeks. During this time, it will not be possible to drive on MacHamer Road (between Elderkin Hall and Allan Building) to go from one side of campus to the other. Please use Lamborn Road to access the back of campus and Shell Road to access front areas.

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Bayon Recognized for Faculty Excellence (6/11)

During a recent McDonogh faculty meeting, Upper School Foreign Language teacher Laura Bayon was named the 2013 recipient of the Ellen Finkelstein Grant for Faculty Excellence.

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Lower School Closing Ceremony (6/10)

The Lower School Closing Ceremony was filled with sunshine and smiles as family and friends celebrated the end of the year. After receiving their certificates and hugging their teachers, the fourth graders tossed their blazers in the air in celebration.

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Sophomore Chemists Win Award (6/4)

Two McDonogh sophomores combined their scientific knowledge and creativity to develop “Microfire,” a product of the future, earning them first place in the regional Chemagination competition sponsored by the American Chemical Society.

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School Pauses in Honor of Memorial Day (5/31)

The school community gathered with reverence on Memorial Court to observe Memorial Day, and to remember and honor McDonogh alumni who gave their lives in service to our country.

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Marty Sataloff Earns Award (5/31)

Congratulations to McDonogh’s Head Athletic Trainer Marty Sataloff who was recently presented with the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award – District III by the Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association.

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The Merchant of Venice, June 1 & 2 (5/28)

The McDonogh Institute for Shakespeare and Renaissance Studies and the McDonogh Theatre Lab are proud to announce a production of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.

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Stewart Senior Honors Recital, May 31 (5/28)

The 20th Annual Stewart Senior Honors Recital, set for Friday, May 31 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ceres M. Horn Theatre, will showcase the talents of three members of the Class of 2013: Tommy C., Dana D., and Megan M. A special Stewart Alumni Preconcert Performance will take place at 6:00 p.m.

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Kids Helping Kids (5/28)

This year, fifth grade students learned: many small people, doing many small things can alter the face of the world.

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Battle of the Books (5/28)

Since the beginning of the school year, McDonogh Middle School students have been preparing for battle by reading from a list of extracurricular books.

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Cardboard Boat Race Today (5/24)

Due to rain and heavy wind, the Cardboard Boat Race scheduled for Friday, May 24 has been moved to Wednesday, May 29 beginning with the Parade of Boats at 12:30 p.m. and the race at 1:00 p.m.

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Girls Lax Ranked No. 1 in National Poll (5/22)

McDonogh was ranked No. 1 in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls' Lacrosse National Top 25 poll released on May 21.

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Book Donation Excites Students (5/20)

Cindy Chambers, the creator of the Beamer book series visited McDonogh on May 16 to deliver twelve sets of her books to Lower School classrooms, library and infirmary.

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Students of German Earn Awards (5/17)

Gluckwunsch (congratulations) to twelve McDonogh students of German, who were honored for their high achievement on the National High School German Test.

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Girls Lax Team Takes Title (5/14)

Congratulations to the girls varsity lacrosse team on claiming their fifth straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference Lacrosse Championship title and for winning their 91st consecutive game.

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Post Season Update (5/6)

The following varsity teams still have championship hopes. Come out and cheer them on!

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Shriver Shares Advice at Cum Laude Induction (4/30)

It was an emotional homecoming for McDonogh alumna Pam Shriver ’79, the guest speaker at the Annual Initiation of Members into the McDonogh School Chapter of the Cum Laude Society on April 29.

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Kindergartners Show Compassion for Animals (4/30)

McDonogh’s kindergartners have spent the year learning how to show compassion toward all kinds of animals, from bugs and birds to homeless cats, dogs, and horses neglected by their owners.

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Success in Chinese Competition (4/25)

A team of McDonogh Upper School students tied for first place in the Sixth Annual Chinese Bridge Language Proficiency Competition hosted by the Confucius Institute at the University of Maryland on April 20.

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Adventure with the Arts (4/24)

Parents, grandparents, and friends had the opportunity to see what Lower School children have been learning in music and art at the annual Adventure With the Arts Day on Friday, April 19.

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Local Author, Illustrator Tells Tales of Learning to Love Reading and Writing (4/12)

Local author and illustrator Jonathan Scott Fuqua had the fourth graders mesmerized as he shared stories of how he makes reading and writing fun.

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Peter Backof '02 Shares Obama Campaign Experience (4/8)

Peter Backof ’02 admits that when he was in Upper School at McDonogh he wasn’t really motivated by math, which is why his job crunching numbers as a member of the Obama Campaign seems somewhat ironic.

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A Superhero Soars (4/8)

Jonathan Waller ’00 has come full circle. As a McDonogh student he was involved in theater under the direction of English teacher Jon Aaron. April 12-14, Waller’s talents returned to McDonogh in the form of A Superhero, a musical he both wrote and composed. Directed by Middle School English Jon Aaron, it was a full-scale production featuring more than 30 students and faculty as well as a 20-piece orchestra comprised of 11 musicians from the school’s music department and nine professionals.

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A Superhero Inspires Artists (4/8)

What are your fears and how would you overcome them? If you were a superhero, what would your superpower be and what would you look like? What qualities and characteristics would make your dreams come true? These are just some of the questions posed to art students throughout the school as they embarked on projects to reflect the themes of the upcoming musical A Superhero, composed by Jonathan Waller ’00.

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Girls Lacrosse Wins 72 Straight Games (3/20)

The girls varsity lacrosse team is continuing its winning ways. The Eagles haven't lost since April 2009, and the last time they were defeated by a Maryland team was in 2008.

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Sophomores Perform Macbeth (3/4)

On February 21 and 22, students in several sophomore English classes demonstrated a deep understanding of Shakespeare’s language and characters as they performed love scenes, murder scenes, and fight scenes from Macbeth for their classmates.

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DNA: Discovering New Aspects (2/27)

On Friday, February 22, approximately 260 Upper School students from area independent schools attended "DNA: Discovering New Aspects," a conference hosted by D4M (McDonogh for Diversity).

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Eighth Grader Wins Center for Talented Youth Essay Contest (2/26)

Zahra K. ’17 was the eighth grade grand prize winner in the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Race and Politics Essay Contest held earlier this winter. More than 120 Baltimore-area students in grades 6 through 8 entered the competition.

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First African American Student Speaks at Black History Month Assembly (2/21)

During the Middle School Black History Month Assembly on February 15, students were all ears as John Milton Belcher ’71, the first African American to attend McDonogh School, talked to them about super powers, crossing boundaries, affirmative action, perspective, and a solution for world peace.

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George C. '14 Named Maryland Soccer Player of the Year (2/20)

Junior midfielder George C. '14 has been named the 2012-13 Gatorade Maryland Boys Soccer Player of the Year. This honor puts George in the running for the Gatorade National Player of the Year.

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DeVane's Work in NYC Museum (1/2)

The work of Oletha DeVane, Head of Upper School Visual Arts, will be part of an upcoming exhibition, “Ashe’ to Amen: African-Americans and Biblical Imagery,” at the Museum of Biblical Art in New York City. The show, which explores the ways African Americans have expressed their religious beliefs throughout history, will be on display from February 15 through May 26.

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Eagles Clinch Raymond B. Oliver Invitational Title (12/3)

McDonogh wrestlers competed against some of the best Mid- Atlantic teams in the 41st annual Raymond B. Oliver Tournament held here on November 30 through December 2. The Eagles dominated and won their second straight title.

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McDonogh Named Top Workplace by The Baltimore Sun and Sun Magazine (11/30)

McDonogh has been selected as one of The Baltimore Sun Top Workplaces, receiving the #1 ranking in the mid-size category.

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Attention McDonogh Community: Storm Update- 6/30/12 9:00 am (6/30)

Due to the storm on Friday McDonogh is closed for activities Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1.

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CMP Update: Visible Changes on Horizon (1/17)

We're getting closer and closer to visible building construction.

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Making A Scene (11/15)

McDonogh's Director of Fine and Performing Arts, Kevin Costa, has written a short reflection, which is featured on the Folger Library's website in the education digest, "Making a Scene."

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First Peru Trip Wows Participants (8/30)

This June, a group of six McDonogh students and two chaperones went on the first ever Peru trip.

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Horsin' Around with IAAM (7/26)

On Saturday, August 28, IAAM will be hosting The Horsin’ Around 5K at Shawan Downs in Hunt Valley in order to kick off the 2010-2011 athletic season.

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Concert Choir tours Spain, Andorra, and France (7/22)

When the McDonogh’s Concert Choir broke out in an impromptu concert in Pele du Pont (the Pope’s Palace) in Avignon, France recently, a young European couple stopped and asked chaperone Libet Ottinger if the choir was doing any more performances.

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Students Make Friends and Memories in Japan (7/21)

Accompanied by history teacher Dave Harley and sophomore dean Nancy Love, eight students spent two weeks of June in suburban Tokyo, Japan.

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Kyle Rice addresses his classmates at graduation (6/23)

Thank you, McDonogh Nation, for allowing me to speak today.

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Headmaster Charlie Britton addresses graduates (6/21)

Today, I’m not here to give the Class of 2010 advice.

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Seniors Make an Impact (6/17)

Every year, the graduating seniors at McDonogh get out of classes three weeks before graduation in order to participate in senior projects.

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Headmaster's Day 2010 (5/18)

More than an awards ceremony, the annual Headmaster’s Day allows the whole school to gather and show appreciation for the men and women who have spent a great portion of their lives making McDonogh what it is.

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Hear Songs of Spring (5/6)

If you missed the Upper School choral ensembles' spring concert on May 1 and 2, watch the performances online!

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Change to School Calendar (2/24)

A message from Headmaster Charlie Britton about a change in the academic calendar for this year.

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From the Headmaster: Tuesday, February 16 (2/15)

Dear Parents, While we hope to have a normal start to the school day on Tuesday, we are currently monitoring weather, road, and sidewalk conditions to ensure safe bus pickups and transportation routes.

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