Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The school is now accepting ads for their football, baseball and softball fields.
Here's some exciting news for Northeast football players who played all of their “home” games at Chesapeake High School last fall—the brand new stadium will be open and ready for play on Aug. 11. Northeast Athletic Boosters announced on Monday they are now offering advertising opportunities at the new stadium. Boosters President Gwynn Philhower said they are now offering 4-feet-by-6-feet stadium fence signs for their football, baseball and softball fields. The stadium fence sign program offers businesses in the Pasadena and surrounding area a valuable advertising opportunity. “The excitement is building as we get closer to the opening of our new stadium and we want you to be a part of it,” Philhower wrote in an email to Patch. “Your …
Friday, June 1, 2012
Know any Northeast students graduating on Friday? Upload a picture and congratulate them on Patch.
Patch would like to congratulate all of the Northeast High School seniors who graduated on Friday morning. The ceremony took place at the Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro at 9:30 a.m. Were you at the ceremony? Share your pictures on Patch and leave a comment to congratulate the graduates. Simply upload your photos by clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above the main image.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
High school students from Glen Burnie schools were among those recognized.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Students and teachers from Glen Burnie were among those recently honored for their accomplishments. The following information was submitted to Patch by Lauren Grey, an intern in the Magnet Office of Advanced Studies and Programs for Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Twenty-eight graduating seniors from across the county were recognized for their achievement in the subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math at the STEM Awards Ceremony on May 23. Each public high school in Anne Arundel County (AACPS) nominated two students to be celebrated for their exceptional interest and passion in classes and activities related to STEM through their high school careers. This event also allowed each first-place winner to thank one educator …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Several senior athletes at Northeast High School were honored at the school’s senior banquet Tuesday night.
The Northeast High School athletic community celebrated some of the senior athletes' finest accomplishments Tuesday night at its senior banquet. Here is a rundown of the top award winners, Northeast Athletic Director Ken Miller said. Booster members and Miller provided the descriptions of each award. Award: Heaphy Award Winners: Megan Grim and Blake Russell Description: This award is for athletic and scholastic achievement. Ed Heaphy was the founding boosters president. The boosters provide the funds for this scholarship, and the coaches and the athletic director select the winners. The winners receive a $1,000 scholarship. Award: John Groom Courage Award Winners: Emily Neisser and David Skiratko Description: This award is named after John…
Friday, May 25, 2012
Glen Burnie area schools are set to receive nearly $2.4 million for construction projects.
Anne Arundel County will be getting $33.3 million from the state this year for construction projects at more than 20 schools, including nearly $2.4 million for Glen Burnie schools. The funding comes from the state’s Board of Public Works, which approved construction improvements at 206 schools across the state to the tune of $349.2 million, according to David Lever of the Maryland Public School Construction Program. The Maryland Board of Public Works had already allotted $20 million for county schools, but on Wednesday agreed to an additional $12.6 million. Of Anne Arundel County's 125 schools, 23 will receive funding this year from the state. A number of other projects are getting local funding, with the state reviewing the plans, said …
The two-spot athlete at Northeast High School will attend Lycoming College is the fall to play football.
Patch stopped by Northeast High School to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Eagles, and their plans moving forward. Roger Bergeron spent three years on varsity football and two years on the varsity track team. Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Northeast High School? Roger Bergeron: My favorite memory would be my first interception my sophomore year against Chesapeake. It kind of closed the deal because it was late in the game. We ended up winning that game 19-3. Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school? Bergeron: I am going to Lycoming in Williamsport, PA, and I am going to play football there. I picked it because it is kind of far from home, but not too far. I think I want to major in …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
The Northeast High School track star will attend Morgan State in the fall.
Patch stopped by Northeast High School to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Eagles, and their plans moving forward. Kevin Proctor, 18, spent three years on varsity indoor track and four years on varsity outdoor track. Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Northeast High School? Kevin Proctor: My favorite memory would be running my first [4x400] relay at Southern High School. It was my first time running it and it was at night and everything. It was just a lot of fun. Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school? Proctor: I will be attending Morgan State University and majoring in electrical engineering. I think I am going to run my sophomore year. I liked the school because it was close to home …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
The Northeast softball player wants to be a plastic surgeon.
Patch stopped by Northeast High School to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Eagles, and their plans moving forward. Keirstin Henderson spent four years on varsity softball and three years on the varsity cheerleading squad. Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Northeast High School? Keirstin Henderson: Probably beating Chesapeake this year for the first time in all of the four years I was here. We are such rivals, and every game is so involved. Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school? Henderson: I am going to Towson. I am majoring in premed to be a plastic surgeon. Pasadena Patch: What are you most looking forward to in college? Henderson: Just the experience and being away from my parents …
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
The multi-sport Northeast athlete will play lacrosse at Bridgewater College in the fall.
Patch stopped by Northeast High School to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Eagles, and their plans moving forward. Ryan Robinson, 18, spent one year on the varsity golf team, one year on varsity basketball, three years on varsity lacrosse and two years on varsity wrestling. Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Northeast High School? Ryan Robinson: Staring in two regional championship games in lacrosse—basically just leading the team on defense. It was a lot of fun on the way. Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school? Robinson: I will be attending Bridgewater College in Virginia to play lacrosse. It is a brand new program and I felt like the area was a nice fit. It is just far enough away …
Monday, May 21, 2012
The varsity softball player wants to major in nursing.
Patch stopped by Northeast High School to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Eagles, and their plans moving forward. Britney Magee, 17, has spent three years on the varsity softball team. Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Northeast High School? Britney Magee: When we beat Chesapeake this year because, since I have been playing, this is the first time we beat them. Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school? Magee: I am going to go to AACC and possibly play softball. I am also going to major in nursing. Pasadena Patch: What are you most looking forward to in college? Magee: I am looking forward to becoming a nurse because that’s what I have always wanted to do. They have a really good nursing…