Six Maryland Public Schools Receive National Blue Ribbon

As described by the Baltimore Sun, six public schools and three Catholic schools in Maryland were named National Blue Ribbon Schools, a designation given to the most successful schools in the country.  As reported,

The public schools honored this year included Western School of Technology and Environmental Science, a magnet school in Baltimore County, and Linthicum Elementary School in Anne Arundel County. . . Other Maryland schools to receive the Blue Ribbon honor are: Frost Elementary in Allegany County, Northern Garrett High in Garrett County, Cashell Elementary in Montgomery County and Robert Goddard French Immersion Elementary/Middle in Prince George’s County.

Dr. Janet Wilson, Superintendent of Garrett County Schools shared her reaction to the announcement of Northern High School’s Blue Ribbon in a Garrett County news release,

“I am delighted that Northern Garrett High School students, staff and supportive community are being recognized nationally as one of the top high schools.  I am proud of their commitment and dedication which is demonstrated every day in every way to encourage excellence.”

For more information, see the full story from the Baltimore SunGarrett County’s News Release, and our article on Maryland’s 2013 Blue Ribbon SchoolsMaryland Blue Ribbon Schools Honored.