Sollers Point Technical High School provides ten Career and Technology (CTE) magnet programs in a unique half-day setting while focusing on certification and licensure for each of its students. Eight programs start with students taking math, science and technology education in the 9th grade, attending programs in the 10th and 11th grade and either in college, on the job site or in the home school in the 12th grade. The two exceptions to this schedule are Biomedical Science students who begin their programs in the 9th grade and Cosmetology students who complete their program and required 1500 hours in the 12th grade.
Principal: Michael Weglein
Theme: Career & Technology
Model: Whole School
Parkville High School provides opportunities for advanced learning and interdisciplinary study at accelerated levels as it applies to Teacher Academy of Maryland, Computer Science, Interactive Media Production, Networking & Cyber Security and Project Lead The Way Engineering. Our dedicated instructors guide students to apply practical skills in teaching as a profession, digital electronics, software development, computer graphics, protection of computer systems (hardware, software and data), robotics, object oriented programming and 3-D Computer Aided Drafting and Design. Students are encouraged to take rigorous Gifted and Talented and Advanced Placement classes outside of their chosen pathway that will help them prepare to enter college in any field that matches their interest.
Principal: Maureen Astarita
Theme: Computer Science, Teacher Academy
Model: Program within a School