The PLTW Engineering Design and Development (EDD) class made a predelivery of the trike that they are modifying for their customer James Bank, who has cerebral palsy. The predelivery allows James to use the trike for a week in order to identify any issues that the EDD class may need to address.
Dulaney High School senior Francesca "Franny" B,. of Timonium, is the 2014 Young Woman of The Year, awarded by The Baltimore County Commission For Women's at the 32nd Annual Woman of the Year Awards ceremony.
52 of Dulaney's 277 Key Club members attended the 65th Annual Capital District Key Club Leadership Conference, known as DCON. At DCON, the Dulaney Key Club and many individual Key Club members were the recipients of numerous honors, awards, and recognitions.
The Dulaney Dance Company performed this weekend at the Baltimore County Dance Festival. Not only did they receive excellent scores, but Amanda H. and her group will be receiving special recognition for her outstanding choreography and their performance.
Attending the Maryland Foreign Language Association Spring Conference on Saturday, March 15 were DHS World Language Department members, Dawn Mitchell, Heidi Rios, Jason Slanga, Huanhua Meng, and Sarah Spangler.
AJ Guebara, a member of "Company E," an international dance company that performed at the Gordon Center in February as part of Baltimore County's Dance Celebration, directed a warm up with the Dance Company and Dance 3/4 students during a 90 minute master class they took with him and another dancer from Kakistan.
The second annual All In Stir Fry Cook Off was held on February 27 in celebration of February being National Heart Month. Six teams of faculty members and students competed with individually designed stir fry recipes.
The BCPS All Honors Jazz Concert on February 1st was tremendous. Dulaney singers had the opportunity to work with an incredible director from Drexel University and our instrumentalists were under the direction of a Morgan State Alumni who is now at North Texas University.
Dulaney High School announces the 2014 National Merit Semifinalists: Valerie Y., Alexander V., and Handong P.
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.