Students in Ms. Waring's Intermediate Art class create charcoal landscape drawings of a personally significant photo or place.
Layne Dettor, a 2011 Dulaney graduate, was the Flag Bearer for the University of Michigan ROTC Honor Corps during the Ohio State-Michigan football game on Saturday 11/30/13. Layne is a third-year Navy ROTC midshipman and is majoring in nursing. She is from Jacksonville, MD and is a credit to Dulaney High School.
Dulaney High School was well represented at the Save-A-Limb Ride held at Oregon Ridge. The marching band got everyone in the mood, three choir students began the event by singing the National Anthem, and Key Club member Sahana R. organized many students to participate in the event. Sahana did such a good job, Dulaney came in second in participation and the school received a check for $500.
Juniors and Seniors can apply to the "Day With an Engineer" program sponsored by the Society of American Military Experience. Applications are due January 10, 2014. Information can be found under News, STEM Opportunities for Students; or on the Science Department page. See a physics teacher (Mr. Shaw, Mrs. Reitmeyer, Mr. Murdock, or Mr. Sykes) or Mrs. Carter for more information.
Senior Jay H., seen here studying during Lynette Roller's fifth period linear algebra class, participated on the team that won $1,000 for their winning solution to this year's Moody's Math Challenge. Jay, along with fellow math club members and seniors Minwei C., Heetaek L., Lisa Ann T., and Casey L., used math in a 19-page solution to a problem about recycling. The team placed among the top 43 among more than 1,000 contest entrants.
For the second consecutive year, PLTW Aerospace Engineering sent students to Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama. This year, six juniors and seniors went to participate in Advanced Space Academy. Here they are pictured with the rest of their team, made up of members of the Peninsula School in Australia and several independent students from around the USA. Their team is named after the 19th century Russian scientist who pioneered work on multistage liquid-fueled rockets.
At a signing ceremony, senior student athletes sign their letters of intent to the college that they were recruited to and will attend in the fall.
Dulaney's Class of 2013 National Merit Semifinalists. Pictured left to right with Ms. Whitlock are Aysha Khan, Amanda Olsen, Minwei Cao, Casey Lim, Lisa Ann Tang, Helen Gao, Gabrielle Welsh, and Kevin Jia. Not pictured is Kushal Byatnal.