Stephan Loh plays viola in Blair's Symphonic Orchestra.
Quinn Tai is among the three Blazers participating in the All National High School Honors Ensemble programs this October, and Stephan Loh is the only Blazer this year to participate in the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship Program.
Villa and Pietanza were recognized by the Maryland House of Delegates for making the All-Gazette softball team.
MCPS will be able to postpone any changes to its teacher evaluation system until the 2014-15 school year.
A guy sings
The Baker and his wife perform a duet.
Sophomore Eyal Li fights for the ball.
Blair and Fujishima students gather together for a photo.
A science class left this peculiar specimen behind in a lab.
Keenthy Yeboah attempts to pin down his Clarksburg opponent.
Blair supporters go wild after the final buzzer sounds of the Blazers' win against Springbrook.
Senior guard Trey Wainwright hits the second of his two free throws to put Blair up by one point with only 3 seconds remaining.
A not so sociable turtle resides in room 345.
The Blazers strategize on the sideline.
Fine arts club plans to build the mosaic in the senior courtyard, above.
Several sketches of possible designs for the nature-themed mosaic lay on a table.
Senior Beemnet Kebede started an initiative to help foreign students feel more at home here at Blair.
Junior Khiry Barnes recites a poem during sixth period.
Professional poet Matthew Cuban closes the Slam Poetry Club's first open-mic.
SGA members hope to have as many blood donors as last year, if not more, at this year's blood drive. To ensure that a lot of students participate they have posted posters all around Blair.
The parental consent forms can be found on the SGA door, or at their table during either lunch.
Senior Jack Foster, above, chose Columbia over Princeton and Dartmouth.
This cutout of famous pop star Justin Bieber is infamous at Blair for startling innocent passersby.
Sophomore Leslie Chen serves the ball.
Junior Christine Jean gave senior Allison Whitney a parting gift.
A resident carved his tree into a dragon.
Someone took the initiative of decorating a street post with paint and milk lids.
A giant fish structure made of wire, lids, cans and bottle tops awaits to be showcased in the annual 4th of July parade.
A two-story brick wall is painted to resemble a real house in Old Town.
Above drab air conditioning units of a bakery there are more beautiful paintings.
Even the sidewalks are decorated at this house's driveway.
The Takoma Auto Clinic has been around since 1988, and its paint job has lasted just as long.
Also in the Takoma Juntion area, is the local co-op that takes pride in selling locally grown food.
This painting is located in the Takoma Juntion, where people are invited to hang out and listen to local musicians.
The mural of an old railroad scene can be found in the Takoma Junction.
The mural on the side of the Takoma Park Library was made by local artists with help from dozens of members of the community.
He also carved another tree into two koi fish.
The fog in the Blair parking lot obscures a street light.
Above, Lucie Austin is the newest teacher in the French Department.
French 6 and AP French students learn in the same classroom.
The Blair Communication Center, which is currently just a poster, is under construction.