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Uniform Ordering

It's time to order uniforms for next year! Links for purchasing uniforms can be found on each individual  CTE Program page. The incoming 9th grade Biomedical Science students will be required to purchase a uniform for next year. 
Incoming 10th grade Academy of Health Professions students do not need to  purchase uniforms; however, 11th grade Academy of Health Professions students are required to purchase a uniform for use in the school and hospital clinic. All other incoming Level 1 students, except Cosmetology,are required to purchase uniforms. Uniforms must be purchased by July 25, 2016. 

Any questions please contact Mr. D'Antonio ( 

June Newsletter

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National Tech Honor Society Scholarship Winner



Congratulations to Hayle Kyte, Academy of Health Professions, on winning a $1000.00 scholarship through the National Technical Honor Society.

The Jon. H. Poteat scholarship, named in the honor and memory of the co-founder of the society, is awarded annually to the NTHS member who consistently exemplify the seven character attributes of the National Technical Honor Society – Skill, Honesty, Service, Responsibility, Scholarship, Citizenship, and Leadership. 

Outstanding Senior CTE Students

Congratulations to the Sollers Point Tech seniors who have been selected as the Outstanding Student in their CTE program of study and thank you for your hard work and dedication to your program. Seniors from across the county (BCPS) are recognized each year at the CTE Student Recognition Ceremony. The ceremony is an event to recognize their contributions and achievements in their respective CTE program. This year’s ceremony is held at Towson University’s SECU Arena on May 4 at 7:00 p.m.

Engineering- Cody Neiser

Allied Health- Yohanna Fekadu
Construction Management- Tyler Cooper
Diesel-Wade Thompason
Auto Tech- Brandyn Stencil
Information Tech- Alexander Barnes
Programming- Rowell Magbuhos
Cosmetology- Sherrae Moore
Culinary- Desiree Blount
Baking and Pastry- Daniel Larison

National Tech Honor Society

On April 11, 2016 Sollers Point Technical High School held its 26th annual induction for the National Technical Honor Society. The following students who were selected demonstrated outstanding performance in their technical programs over a two-year period, and also earned above average GPA’s in all other courses.  Character traits and student qualities, such as honesty, responsibility and leadership were also considered during the recommendation process.  We applaud our new inductees (and encourage ninth grade and level one students to strive for membership.) 

Congratulations to the 35 inductees. We would also like to extend our appreciation to senior Walter Conde (formerly in the IT Computer Science Program) who represented students members inducted last year.  We would like to thank Ruth Akers and Keleigh Kongkraphun for their assistance at the ceremony. Special thanks go to Chef Cassano for the cookie trays, Leah Warble, photographer and Michael Zurkowski, stage technician, who also created the media presentation of our newest NTHS members. Full Article...

Ethics Award

Courtney Russell is an outstanding representative for the Baltimore County Public Schools’ Ethics Award. Her ethical nature is evidenced through a 2012 church mission trip to New Orleans to help after Hurricane Katrina.  She excels in sports and academics at Patapsco High School where she maintains a 3.87 GPA.  She has earned all A’s in her Career & Technology Education classes at Sollers Point.  Completing the Academy of Health Professions Magnet Program and the requirements to become a Certified Nursing Assistant resulted in her being awarded a senior year apprenticeship and financial assistance to pursue a college pathway.  

Courtney is entrusted with direct patient care by employees at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital! Her apprenticeship is the first part of a prestigious Johns Hopkins Bayview scholarship that will include post-graduation employment, pre-nursing courses paid for by the hospital, and a reserved seat in CCBC’s nursing program (also pre-paid.) Johns Hopkins Bayview would only grant this award to a student with a history of integrity, trustworthiness and ethical behavior.  See her interview here.

School Closing Procedures

If serious weather conditions make travel dangerous, Baltimore County Public Schools will either close for the day or operate on a delay basis. During these times listen to our local TV or radio stations: WBAL Radio Station (1090 AM), WMAR TV (Channel 2/ Cable 12), WBAL TV (Channel 11/ Cable 21), WJZ TV (Channel 13/ Cable 23), call 410-887-5555, or access the BCPS Website at  Early dismissals due to threatening weather or unexpected events will be announced in the same manner.

The following schedule applies for late openings:
  • 1 hour late opening:  Period 1 begins 8:45 AM for ALL students.  Period 1, 2 and 3 shortened to 30 minute periods.
  • 2 hour late opening:  Period 1 begins 9:45 AM for Dundalk High students only.  Overlea, Chesapeake, Kenwood, Patapsco, Sparrows Point, Loch Raven, Perry Hall, and Parkville students report directly to their home school for lunch, period 3 and 4.  Report time varies by school.  Transportation to the home school is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.
  • Bus Pick-ups:  Add 1 hour to your pick-up time for a 1 hour late opening.  Add 2 hours to your pick-up time if you are a Dundalk High student.  No AM bus transportation to Sollers Point for everyone else.


The following schedule applies for early dismissals:
  • 3 hour early dismissal at 11:15 AM.  No PM session.  All students are dismissed from their home school.
  • 2 hour early dismissal at 12:15 PM.  Period 5 begins 11:45 AM for Dundalk High students only.  Overlea, Chesapeake, Kenwood, Patapsco, Sparrows Point, Loch Raven, Perry Hall, and Parkville remain at their home school for dismissal.
  • 1 hour early dismissal at 1:15 PM.  Period 5 begins at 11:45 AM for ALL students.  Period 5, 6 and 7 shortened to 30 minute periods.

Coach Class Calendar

Struggling in class? Are you missing work for class? Is there a topic that you're not sure you understand yet? Just want to check in with your favorite teacher for some extra support? Try a Coach Class!  Click here go directly to the calendar or scan the QR code below.   


Coach Class Calendar

2016-17 Family Handbook