Due to schools being closed the past two days for inclement weather, we have rescheduled the graduation product ordering dates. Our Jostens representative will be here on Tuesday, February 5th and Wednesday, February 6th during all lunch periods to take orders. Seniors should have both their order form and money with them when placing their [...]
Please be aware of the county policy regarding two-hour delays on days with pre-planned three hour early dismissals. Below is a script from Jillian Lader that should have gone out via robocall last night (January 16th: Good evening. This is Jillian Lader, Manager of Communications for Harford County Public Schools calling with an important reminder for [...]
If you are interested in being a counselor at Harford Glen, talk to your science teacher!
Are you a student, or do you know a student, who is interested in STEM? The Army's Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) offers several summer apprenticeship programs for high school students - all provide educational stipends while working with a mentor in a research lab. The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) and the Research Engineering [...]
Student Email From a school computer, navigate to: http://start.hcps.org/ Open 365, then Outlook. Students can also download the Outlook App to their phone. Information will be sent directly to HCPS student emails. Check email often. From a home computer, navigate to: http://www.hcps.org/students/default.aspx Office 365 can also be downloaded to their personal computer from here Download the HCPS [...]
The 2018 Thanksgiving in a Basket food drive needs your help! Bobcat Nation is once again helping St. Margaret Church with their Holiday Food Drive. For the past several years St. Margaret helps over 300 local families (with us Bobcats helping about 100 families with our donations). Please find your child's homeroom teacher below and consider donating their designated food [...]
ALL five will be held over the next two weeks beginning with the BAHS/PMHS night tomorrow, October 9th. Please see the attached flyer advertising ALL five nights and encourage students (especially seniors) to consider attending one to learn more about the financial aid process for post-secondary education. Students are allowed to attend ANY of the [...]
During the first SNHS meeting of the year, the four officers discussed pertinent information (about joining the club) with the prospective members. Topics such as application requirements, rules, and expectations regarding continued membership, the application process, due dates, and SNHS’ mission statement and bylaws were all discussed. The students were given the opportunity to ask [...]
Hello All, These days students and teachers are more likely to have their phones readily available than their physical planners. We wanted to provide a resource so everyone could better utilize the calendar function of their personal technology. Below you will find links to the Microsoft Excel file and Google Sheet that you can personalize and then import [...]
Dear Parents, Students, Teachers, Faculty and Staff: The 2018 Homecoming Rose sale will be happening on Monday September 24th through Friday September 28th, in the school cafeteria during all lunch periods. Orders will be accepted no later then Friday September 28th in the Main office at 2:30 pm. Forms can be printed off and sent [...]
The APGFCU Arena welcomes you to the 2018 Commencement season. Each ceremony will begin at the scheduled time and doors will open 1 ½ hours before the event time. Seating is general admission. We encourage you to come early for the best available seating. Make sure you bring your ticket for entry and allow plenty [...]
Dear Parents/Guardians: This letter is to provide you and your student with a copy of the Final Exam Schedule and end of year details. Reviews will begin on Friday, June 8, 2018, followed by exams which will conclude on Friday, June 15, 2018. Please note that buses will pick up students precisely THREE HOURS LATER [...]
Dear Parents, Guardians and Students of Harford County Public Schools, In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, we understand that there are many raw emotions among our students. We are aware that there are national organizations encouraging students to walk out of school on March 14, 2018. We cannot condone students leaving [...]
Dr. Deborah Dominique Lorin is a planetary scientist who has worked on many mission operations. The mission of her and her fellow scientists is to learn more about the origin of Earth and the surrounding planets, as well as finding life beyond school. Planetary scientists use geology, biology, chemistry and physics to analyze data about [...]
Find the presentation file used for the Senior Orientation Meeting here. You can also find the Course Registration form for 10th through 12th graders here.
The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, University of Maryland is pleased to once again offer Jump Start, a weeklong summer science immersion program for high school students who are currently sophomores and juniors. This summer’s Jump Start program will focus on Biomedical Science. Students spend the week conducting experiments in our state-of-the-art freshman biology [...]
To welcome the Class of 2021 to Bel Air High School, Mrs. Zorbach crafted a message of hope and inspiration and delivered this message to the parents of the Class of 2021. You can watch the video above and see some of the images from the presentation below.
The Bel Air High School chapter of the Science National Honor Society held a fundraiser at Vagabond Sandwich Company. Faculty, friends, as well as students themselves gathered at Vagabond for this day-long fundraiser. The local sandwich company was kind enough to help SNHS gain much-needed resources by donating some of their proceeds to the group. The [...]
Seniors that are on a part-time schedule are encouraged to attend school on days that start with a 2-hour delay. However, students on a part-time schedule that do not attend classes on a 2-hour delay will be marked present due to obligations to college classes and work schedules. Part-time students are still responsible for assignments [...]
The 1927 edition of El Adios, the Bel Air High School yearbook states: “The present Bel Air Grammar and High School is merely a continuation of the old Bel Air Academy, and back to the beginning of that Institution must we look for the history of the present school. The old Academy was first authorized [...]