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Junior Dio Cramer performs a lyra routine.
Junior Dio Cramer performs a lyra routine.

Real life superpowers

Ask anyone to choose a superpower, and more often than not the answer will be the ability to fly. While growing wings is sadly not an option, a few Blazers have found another way of soaring through the air

Poetry deserves an A+

There is a lack of poetry instruction in current curricula and a widespread distaste for it from students. However, schools can and should work to increase and improve poetry instruction and eliminate that ever-present groan.

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Not in the family

Pluto was downgraded to dwarf planet in 2006 after a short and controversial run as official planet due to its size and location. People didn't like that, and they still don't.

A New Era for Blair Football

This season, Blair's first chance at the Maryland football playoffs is more tangible than ever, set poetically against the backdrop of Blair's 80th anniversary. At the helm of the Blazers' winning season is Head Coach Dr. Andrew Fields.

Montgomery Blair Preschool

Tucked away in a classroom in a far corner of the building, with colorful posters lining the walls and shelves stocked with games, toys and stuffed animals is Blair's Child Development class. For nine three- and four-year-olds from the surrounding community, this is preschool.

The First Lady of Blair

"Exciting, challenging, rewarding, stressful and beneficial." These are just five words Renay Johnson uses to describe her job as the principal of Blair.

Building bridges at Blair

BLISS assigns upperclassmen tutors with younger and lower level classes, giving academic assistance to students and an extra hand to teachers. But BLISS accomplishes much more than an academic mission.
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"I like to travel with teens because I like to watch them see the world for the first time" - Anne Cullen