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Woodlawn Boys' Basketball Eyes STate
Title Despite Turnover  
By: Wick Eisenberg 10, 2017

whs boys' basketball

Woodlawn head boys' basketball coach Bobby Richardson entered this season more confident than most would in his position. 

The Warriors enjoyed a strong campaign last season, finishing 26-4 and reaching the Maryland Public Secondary School Athletic Association 3A regional final. Woodlawn was a senior-laden bunch last year, though, and lost seven of its players to graduation. For most programs that would mean a rebuilding campaign the following year, but Richardson was sure his team would suffer no such season. 

Click here to read the entire article from PressBox Online

Former Woodlawn High
NFL player, dies

Keion Carpenter - Former Woodlawn Student
Image Source: Baltimore Sun
Keion Carpenter, a Baltimore native, Woodlawn High graduate and former NFL player for the Bills and Falcons, died Thursday morning Dec 29, 2016 after a medical emergency during a workout. 
Wednesday, the day before his death.  the 39-year-old Carpenter - a standout player at Virginia Tech in the late '90s - was on a family vacation when something went horribly wrong...

Click here to access the entire article from the Woodlawn Villager.


Woodlawn High School leading the way
through STEM

by Ruth Young Tyler

(Left to right) Woodlawn High School seniors T'Yona Dobbins and Elijah Dowell are members of the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering Program, which introduces students to STEM disciplines, specifically engineering and engineering technology. (COURTESY PHOTO)

In spite of the increasing demand, not all schools consider STEM an educational priority. Arlington Baptist Elementary School, a tuition-based program on Rolling Road in Baltimore County didn’t provide a STEM curriculum or afterschool program during the 2014-2015 school year. And it only provided one robotics elective during the 2015-2016.

To read the entire article in the Baltimore Times, 
click here.


Woodlawn High School
Assistant Basketball Coach Lance Fuller

Who Is He? He is the coach of Frank’s Finest Pro-Am Basketball team, founded in 1980 by Frank Tuna of Baltimore, Maryland. When Mr. Tuna retired in 1995, Coach Fuller kept the tradition alive by accepting the position of head coach. After accepting the head coaching position he has coached the team in over 500 tournaments, of those tournaments Coach Fuller’s teams have won at least 70 % championships and placed second in 20%. 

Click here to read the rest of the article from the Woodlawn Villager.

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

Ruth Young Tyler

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

Ruth Young Tyler

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

Ruth Young Tyler

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

Ruth Young Tyler

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

Ruth Young Tyler

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

Ruth Young Tyler

Woodlawn High School leading the way through STEM

*** BCPS Stakeholder Survey - Teachers, Parents, and Students - let your voice be heard! Survey ends March 3. *** Seniors - Check out the Class of 2017 Information page to make sure you don't miss out on important Prom, Senior Farewell, and Graduation Information! 


BCPS Stakeholder Survey


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PTA  Meeting
March 6th 
in the MPR 


early college logo

The Early College Program (ECP) is a new and exciting BCPS magnet program starting in the 2017-2018 school year.  In the Early College Program, students are provided with a college preparatory program that combines high school and college in a supportive, yet rigorous educational environment.    

To read more about this program and other Magnet opportunities please go to the Guidance page.  

Read the article from the Woodlawn Villager, below.


Early College Program
Preparing for college is a gradual process for Woodlawn High School
Senior (left) Tatyana Brown and Sophomore Morgan Tate (left).

Early College Program Help
Woodlawn High School Students Advance

For many high school students, going to college and completing the coursework may seem out of reach due to low grades, financial support, or both. However, there is a global, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing students for college and new opportunities.

Established more than three decades ago, the AVID Program (Advancement Via Individual Determination) has favorably impacted over 1.2 million students in 44 states and 16 countries / territories.

Woodlawn High School has 220 students enrolled in the AVID Program and will welcome 125 new freshmen into its Early College Program (ECP) during the 2017-2018 school year.
Click here to read the entire article from the Woodlawn Villager.


kwami williams

Kwami Williams was born and raised in Ghana and immigrated to the United States at the age of eight. He attended and graduated from Woodlawn High School where he was a student in the Engineering Magnet Program. His passion for science and innate curiosity led him to pursue a degree in Aerospace Engineering at MIT and to work with NASA. He first returned to Ghana through a service trip, and his encounter with rural poverty in the region led him to restructure his Aerospace Engineering degree and create the first Global Development concentration in the department.

He has since applied his engineering skills to the international development sphere. In partnership with MIT's D-Lab, he has co-designed an award-winning human powered centrifuge, a low-cost heat sealer, cell phone chargers for off-grid communities, and led the research and development of MoringaConnect's processing technologies. Kwami is based in Ghana and serves as the CEO of MoringaConnect.

Read more about Kwami's work in Ghana


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