News

2016 HCPSS 5K and Fun Run to be Held October 16!

Registration is now open for the third annual HCPSS 5K. The event brings together students, families, staff and community members to celebrate health and wellness.

Howard County Students to Become Farm Hands for a Day

As part of the Farm-City Celebration, Harper’s Choice Middle School students were farm hands for the day at Hensing’s Hilltop Acres.

Grateful for My Life-Changing Surgeries

In this Superintendent’s Corner post, Glenelg High School senior Lexi Hack shares her medical journey and work with the Save-A-Limb Fund nonprofit.

Jean-Eddy Augustin, World Languages Teacher, River Hill High School and Mount Hebron High School

Jean-Eddy Augustin, originally from Haiti, brings his experiences from living around the world to his French and Spanish classrooms.

Amplifying Student Voice for Excellence with Equity

Guest blogger and Coordinator for Cultural Proficiency John Krownapple writes in the Superintendent’s Corner about the importance of listening to and learning from students.

4th Quarter Partnership Provides Leadership Programs for Middle School Students

4th Quarter representatives will conduct a fall and spring semester in-school leadership program for students for students at Bonnie Branch and Elkridge Landing middle schools.

About HCPSS

Quick Statistics About HCPSS Schools & Students

  • 76 schools
  • 54,870 students
  • 8,136 staff

93% of all HCPSS Students graduate.

85% of all HCPSS Students attend college after graduating.