On February 2, Superintendent Monifa McKnight declared her departure from the Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education in a
From February to October, I attended five concerts and one weekend-long music festival this year. While I might’ve drained my
In MCPS, high school students must take three science credits in different focuses to graduate: one Life Science, one Physical
On Friday, Blake Football beat Urbana 16-6, advancing to the 4A/3A state semifinals and securing the first Region Championship in
Blake Football has once again marked school history as Varsity beat Walt Whitman 35-7 on Thursday, advancing to the state
On August 24th, the US District Court for the District of Maryland issued a decision that denies the opportunity for
On May 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, our theatre classes here at Blake put on performances throughout the school during lunch.
Hey overachievers! If you’ve signed yourself up to take more than 2 AP classes next year at Blake, you’ve come
You’d be wrong if you thought 30 years could take the spirit and spunk out of the famous 90’s “riot
Getting a part-time job is a common experience for high school students across the United States. It gives them a
Delusion is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “a persistent false psychotic belief regarding the self or persons or objects
At the end of 2022, I celebrated my 17th birthday, and I took that as an opportunity to reflect on
Four and a half years ago, I marched with my mother and uncles in the Washington DC March for our
On Oct. 24, The University of Maryland introduced a generous program covering tuition and fees for low-income in-state college students.
A few weeks ago, I opened my Chromebook and pulled up a Quizlet to study vocabulary for my AP Biology