Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) becomes one of the first school systems in the nation to approve of an LGBTQ+ studies course for its high school students.
Activities that make being alone less lonely
From reusing old materials to printing FDA approved designs, Blazers make face coverings for the COVID pandemic
Middle school teachers "strongly suggest" that students continue their work during the COVID-19 break
While reposting information is an easy way to express support and awareness for global issues, let us consider its efficacy and credibility
The Blazers lose to the Vikings by a score of 50-45
The Wildcats beat the Blazers by a score of 48-45
Step aside Ratatouille, dishes from the Lunar Year of the Rat are coming through
The Board of Education holds its fifth boundary analysis meeting in the SAC
Information on the exciting classes available for students in the 2020-21 school year
The Blazers fall to the Panthers by a score of 45-39
Blair’s Varsity Girls’ Basketball team (4-0) defeated the Northwood Gladiators (1-3) 70-35 on Friday night.
Blair's robotics team holds annual Bunny Bots event to bring teams together in the Chesapeake area
A web-based version of the Ride On Real Time app has accurate bus arrival times and replaces its flawed mobile app counterpart
A list of volunteer opportunities to brighten up the winter holidays
Blair's Varsity Girls' Basketball team (3-0) dominated the court with a 68-24 victory over the Magruder Colonels (0-3) on Friday night.
Blazers beat Patriots 61-51
Senior Jennifer Ren scans the hallways to take pictures of Jibbitz-clad Crocs during Spirit Week, scrolls through Twitter and Instagram to advertise the latest Chipotle club fundraiser, and opens up discussion for High School Nation's last minute switch-up.
The Alumni Association inducts eight new trailblazers and highlights their successful lives
On Saturday, Nov. 2, the Blair Alumni Association hosted an 85/20 anniversary, 85 years of Blair and 20 years at the University Boulevard campus, to celebrate the history of Blair and induct new members into the Alumni Hall of Fame.
On Sept. 24, Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando and Council President Nancy Navarro introduced Bill 30-19, also called Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair (Montgomery County CROWN Act).
Under the Kids Ride Free program, students can ride for free on RideOn and metro buses
An increasing number of bus law violations prompted this decision
Asian-American Blazers celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival
Blair's new lunch schedule solves logistical and academic problems
How students can create a personalized and more productive planner by bullet journaling
Disney’s latest live-action movie depicts realistic animals for an unrealistic direction