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The college students were the guests of honor at a cookout tonight. It was an opportunity for family and friends to let them know how proud we are of their effort and determination. Two of the students, Ryan Gavin and Matt Wendler will be finishing up their Associate's Degrees this semester before transferring to university.  Another student, Ryan McCauley, is entering college for his first semester after just graduating from The Community School.  He's our youngest college student in awhile at just 16!  Amanda McCarty will continue in college part time preparing for the nurse's program while also working full time in a medical office. Also Gary Hunt will be entering his 3rd year at the University of Baltimore. Each of these students is assisted by our College Support Program. All the best to each of our dedicated college students....

There is much excitement around the school as the first applications start to come in for TCS High School! The school will continue to offer its high quality college preparatory program and personal mentoring, but the students now will earn credits toward a Maryland High School Diploma rather than having to take the GED exam. If you are 14-17 years old and eager to learn in a safe, comfortable and personalized atmosphere, then sign up today while space is still available....

Today, Ryan McCauley opened the letter to find that he passed the GED exam and earned his Maryland State High School Diploma!  Ryan not only passed the test but scored above the 65% percentile in all of the test subject areas. This means that he did better than nearly 2/3 of all students in the final quarter of 12th grade! His hard work and dedication as a student at The Community School has him going off to college at the age of 16 fully prepared for continuing his success at CCBC....

The Community School received word today that is has now been certified by the Maryland State Department of Education as a Private High School granting it the ability to award Maryland State High School Diplomas!  This has been a long held dream for many at TCS and will add even greater value to the education that students receive at The Community School.  This is a proud moment for the community!...

An amazing journey came to an end today as a group of students returned from New Mexico and Arizona. During their 10 day sojourn they had so many experiences from being on top of the mesa at Acoma Pueblo to working  in the garden at Los Jardines Institute.  This once-in-a-lifetime trip opened up their eyes to the history, culture and issues of the people of the Southwest  as they were invited into the homes and communities of the people who live their. They also were able to see many awe inspiring geographical sites from the Painted Desert to the Grand Canyon.  To read more about this trip and see some of the spectacular photos that were taken, you can click on the following links.  We broke this down into parts for faster downloading.  It's well worth the wait! Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5  Part 6  Part 7  Part 8  ...

The EOY Ceremony was held today at the Glass Pavilion at John Hopkins University.  Students Zack Austin, Ashley Foote, Charles Joyce, Sierra Martin, and Ryan McCauley were honored for their completion of the program.  Also honored were college students Sara Ciulla, Ryan Gavin, Amanda McCarty, Kimberly Smith, and Matt Wendler. Tom Culotta was the Keynote Speaker and there were remarks from Lisa Gavin on behalf of the Board of Trustees and Linda McCauley for the Sponsors. The students took time to thank the many supporters that made their education and the school possible....