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Got text?

Text messaging has grown to be one of the most popular forms of communication since it's start 22 years ago. Yet the rule book for texting is drastically different than any form of face-to-face communication.

Nine semifinalists from Blair in Intel Science Talent Search

Nine Blazers were named semifinalists in the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search, the most of any school in the country. Seniors Josephine Yu and Arnold Mong were also announced as finalists and will receive $7,500 and a trip to Washington, D.C. to participate in final judging.

A whole new world

ESOL classes are an important part of helping students adapt to their new country and succeed academically but, above all, they are made up of hard-working students and teachers.
Microbeads are widely used in skin-care products as exfoliating agents Courtesy of JS online

Obama signs Microbead-Free Waters Act of 2015

Microbeads are primarily used for exfoliating and cleansing rough skin, or even as an acne treatment. However, the disadvantages of the beads trump their advantages.

SCO Says: noisy families, cuffing season and senioritis

Welcome back! With the holidays finally over, we here at SCOsays have completely recovered and are ready to dish out more advice for all you confused people out there. So! Without further ado here we go on the third edition* of SCOsays.
*If you haven't yet (loser), check out our second edition (It's a video!!) SCOsays holiday special.

Opinions »

More computer science means more opportunities

The advances in computer science education in the county should be lauded, but need also be pushed further. Computer science should be made a graduation requirement.

What's happening with the Democratic presidential race?

What's going on with the 2016 GOP race?

News »

Two soccer players chosen for 2015 fall All-Met

For the fall 2015 season, the Washington Post All-Met sports staff chose Blair seniors Jesse Griff-McMahon and Jimmy McMillian for the first team All-Met and second team All-Met respectively.

Construction on Four Corners water main disrupts morning traffic

County announces elevated concentrations of radon in 28 facilities

Entertainment »

Worth the "weight"

The new concepts, characters and obstacles easily compel the targeted younger audiences into following Po on yet another feat.

Bumpy Ride in Ride Along 2

"Joy" needs more

Sports »

Girls basketball falls to Paint Branch

The Montgomery Blair varsity girls’ basketball team lost 55-28 against the tall and physical Paint Branch Panthers. After getting off to a poor start, the Blazers were not able to come back against the Panthers’ overpowering style of play.

Girls' basketball trounces Northwood 68-28

Girls varsity basketball loses to Magruder

     

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What is your favorite place to eat lunch at Blair?
  • SAC
  • Courtyard
  • Senior Courtyard
  • Blair Boulevard
  • By the lockers
  • In a teacher's room
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