Sollers Point Technical High will provide blended, responsive and data driven instruction in order to develop students who are career and college ready. Every Sollers Point Technical High student will complete a career and technical program and earn and industry certification or license. 


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Bus Stops and Times

Transportation is provided to students who attend:   
Chesapeake, Kenwood, Patapsco, Overlea, Sparrows Point 
*Students who attend Dundalk High will receive transportation information from Dundalk High staff.   


In addition to the following, our morning students receive transportation back to their home schools for the afternoon session at 10:20am and our afternoon students receive transportation from their home schools to Sollers Point after
their lunch


To ensure the safety of all students transported from school and home we expect students, while riding the bus, to adhere to the guidelines below: 

  • Sit down and keep all limbs inside the bus while the bus is in motion. 

  • Respect and follow the directions of the bus driver while under his/her supervision and care.  Disrespect for a bus driver will be handled in the same manner as disrespect for a teacher.   

  • Obey the rules stated in the Baltimore County Student Handbook while on the bus. 

Failure to follow transportation regulations will result in disciplinary action, which can include suspension of bus privileges. 


The bus loop is limited to buses from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Buses will be arriving and departing during the school day with Sollers Point students. 

Parents should use the loop around the perimeter of the faculty/visitor parking lot to drop-off/pick-up students.  Students can use the steps on the west side of the school to enter the building from 7:15 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Entrance to the visitor parking lot is via Delvale Avenue between the football stadium and school. After 8:00 a.m., students will need to use the main school entrance (CCBC side) for security reasons. 

All student drivers must register their car with the front office and receive a parking permit.  Permits are $10, all proceeds go towards a student scholarship.  Student drivers are welcome to park in the student lot adjacent to the football field, students parking in faculty spots run the risk of being ticketed or towed.  Driving to and from school as a student is a privilegestudents must obey the rules stated in the Baltimore County Student Handbook.  Failure to follow expectations may result in loss of parking privileges.   



We know how important it is for you to communicate with your child’s teacher(s) and access your child’s courses, grades, and assignments. To that end, Baltimore County Public Schools is using Schoology as our Learning Management System. 

Using Schoology, students are able to submit assignments, review grades, join discussions, receive announcements and feedback, take tests, communicate with teachers, and more. As a parent please use your students Schoology account to view student progress as we update parent access.




BCPS has created a
COVID-19 website for families and students. It contains an FAQ document, Parent Summary document, and Tips for Learning at Home document. It is updated regularly and is also a place to ask questions.  

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