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.
In the afternoon of Feb. 23., Ahmaud Arbery was jogging when two residents of the neighborhood, Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis, presumed that Arbery resembled the suspect for the recent break-ins occurring in their neighborhood. They hunted him in their car, claimed that he attacked them, and shot him twice, killing him almost instantly.
Recent events led to conflict among progressives, the Democratic Party and more
From reusing old materials to printing FDA approved designs, Blazers make face coverings for the COVID pandemic
From Zoom Seders to virtual masses, religious families and organizations are getting creative when it comes to worshipping from home
Middle school teachers "strongly suggest" that students continue their work during the COVID-19 break
Teachers take up side jobs ranging from starting businesses to waiting tables
Sophomore Ethan Shoham lands a spot with a nationally-acclaimed touring group
Blair students participate in climate activism both in and out of school.
How the club helps people find ways to make connections in the STEM field
The club hopes to highlight unconventional Blazer talents during the event
How McAuliff braved the winter cold during her week-long protest
The team volunteered at A Wider Circle over winter break.
An inside look at how MCPS has changed over the past couple of decades
The club hosted regionals event for Maryland on Jan. 11
How the social media app has mesmerized over a billion people around the world
Not all students who complete a senior research project (SRP) are in the Magnet Program
Information on the exciting classes available for students in the 2020-21 school year
Silver Chips Online (SCO) surveyed Blazers about their favorite artists, genres and songs of 2019 and the decade, as well as how their taste in music has changed over the past ten years.
Blair's robotics team holds annual Bunny Bots event to bring teams together in the Chesapeake area
Makeyda Soriano may be Blair’s new resource counselor, but to many students and alumni, she is an old friend.
Atique's busy schedule is similar to that of many other Blazers, but there is one difference — she is an exchange student from Karachi, Pakistan who is only at Blair for one year.
The sports videographer draws huge crowds at local sporting events
For the first few months of the school year, the media center was understaffed with only three faculty members. However, there is a new library staff member, Sandie Angulo Chen, starting just this month who will be helping out in the media center.
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.
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