Sollers Point Technical High will provide every student with rigorous, relevant, and culturally responsive instruction in order to provide a 21st century academic and career-technical education resulting in globally competitive students who are career and college ready.  Every student who attends Sollers Point will complete a technical program and earn an industry certification as a result of deliberate and exemplar teaching.

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September Newsletter
Please read our Newsletter to see which program has been highlighted for the month, hear from our principal, and find out any events that are coming up. Read more....

Heat-Related Closure Procedures for Kenwood, Patapsco, and Overlea High Students
       Heat Related Closures Document

Grading and Reporting Procedures 
       Letter to Parents
       BCPS Grading and Reporting Procedures Website

BCPS Gives Microsoft Office 365 to ALL STUDENTS
Click here to view the press release.
Click here to view the installation instructions.

August Faculty Changes
Sollers Point Technical High is pleased to announce that we have hired Mr. David Tate as our new Diesel Engine and Power Systems instructor.  Mr. Tate is replacing Mr. Lupini who resigned from BCPS during the first week of August.  Mr. Tate brings many years of automotive and diesel experience to the position.  He has worked in both the private sector and the military.  We are excited to have Mr. Tate take over the diesel program.

Mr. John Klug our Magnet Coordinator and College and Career Readiness 9th grade instructor was promoted to assistant principal at the Catonsville Alternative Center on Monday, August 15th.  Replacing John will be Mrs. Elizabeth Billingslea who is transferring to Sollers from the Office of Organizational Development where she was a consulting teacher.

Ms. Patricia Foster, a retired BCPS teacher will be substituting for Ms. Liliana Juez in 9th grade Biology until further notice.  Ms. Foster will be working closely with our science department chair, Ms. Lin Buttion to replicate lessons and assessments across classrooms.

Thank you and enjoy your final days of summer vacation!

2016-17 Family Handbook