How T4T is Helping Me Achieve My Dreams

On the Superintendent’s Corner, Lucero Espinal, a 2016 graduate of Oakland Mills High School, guest blogs about how T4T is helping her pursue her dreams.

HCPSS Expands Summer Food Service to Four Locations

Parents or guardians do not need to apply to get free summer meals for their children. They can simply bring their child to one of the summer meal sites.

Classroom Redesign Part III: Leveraging the Classroom for Learning

Teachers and students participated on professional development and class lessons designed to help them increase collaborative learning, creativity, problem solving and communication in this newly redesigned learning space.

Adapted Cars for Students with Disabilities

Students from the Systems and Project Engineering Academy, with the cooperation of the Allied Health Professions Academy, adapted small vehicles for students at Cedar Lane School.

Applications and Research Laboratory Partnership Provides Housing Repairs for Howard County Homeowners

ARL is partnering with Rebuilding Together Howard County to provide service opportunities for HCPSS students while improving the lives of Howard County homeowners in need of housing repairs.


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.