Magnet Program


Woodlawn High School Magnet Programs

Ms. Sommer Joe - Engineering Magnet Coordinator
Ms. Ashley Bennett - Early College Program Coordinator

Early College Program - ECP

The Early College Program
provides students with a college preparatory program that combines high school and college in a supportive, yet rigorous educational environment.  Through the partnership between the Community College of Baltimore County and Baltimore County Public Schools, students will have the opportunity to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an Associate of Arts in General Studies degree or up to 60 credits toward a Bachelor’s degree, which may be eligible for reciprocal credit at a four-year college or university.  

Students will earn credits through course work completed at both the high school campus and/or at the community college campus.  College credits are tuition free, and students are provided textbooks for their classes.

Students are eligible to apply in grade 8. Existing Woodlawn High School 9th 
grade students may be eligible for admittance in grade 10.

For more information go to the ECP page

Have questions? Contact Ms. Ashley Bennett Jackson,

Math, Science, and Engineering  Programs

The Math, Science and Engineering Program
provides students with a highly competitive college preparatory program, offering challenging courses of study at the gifted and talented level in the fields of mathematics, science, and engineering.  

Using Project Lead The Way’s engineering curriculum, students are introduced to the scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering and engineering technology. Students are eligible to apply in grades 8 and 9.

For more information go to the  PLTW Engineering page.

Have Questions? Contact Ms. Sommer Joe,


Interested in the Early College Program or the Math, Science and Engineering Program? Attend our 
Virtual Magnet Open House on October 12th at 6:00 pm.

To view the BCPS Magnet Program brochure, or to apply online, visit the
 BCPS Magnet Page.  The application deadline is 
November 6 at 1pm.

Need clarification on how to complete the application? Sign up for virtual application meetings on September 26th and September 30th. You can register via the Sign Up Genius link on the Magnet Program’s website under the “Events” page.

Other Useful Links:

Virtual Magnet Showcase page on the Magnet Program’s website

WHS Magnet Programs Video on YouTube

WHS Magnet Programs Video on Microsoft Stream

Ms. Joe - Engineering Magnet Coordinator

Ms. Bennett - Early College Program Coordinator