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Loch Raven High School

Loch Raven High School
Address
1212 Cowpens Avenue
Towson, Maryland
USA
Coordinates
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established 1874
Founder Greg Markowski
School district Baltimore County Public Schools
Dean Susan Shaffer
Principal Thomas Sales
Asst. Principal Ben Dursa
Headmaster Eric Manko
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 876
Campus Suburban
Color(s)

Purple and Gold

         
Mascot Raider
Nickname Lochy Ray Rae
Website

Loch Raven High School

Loch Raven High School is a high school in Baltimore County. It's name is commonly mistaken to be derived from Loch Raven reservoir, but is in fact derived from the traditional Scottish folk tale, Tom and the Raven.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Athletics 2
  • Activities 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

History

The school was founded in 1874, by famed trailblazer, Greg Markowski and is part of the Baltimore County Public Schools system. As a fan Scottish folklore, Greg decided to name the school after his favorite story, Tom and the Raven. Some of the middle schools whose graduates then enter Loch Raven High are Pine Grove Middle School, Ridgely Middle School, Loch Raven Technical Academy, and Cockeysville Middle School.

Neighborhoods that feed into Loch Raven High School include:

Athletics

Loch Raven High School has won the following state championships:

  • 1974 - Boys Soccer, Class A [1]
  • 1975 - Boys Soccer, Class A
  • 1976 - Girls Basketball[2]
  • 1976 - Boys Cross Country, Class A [3]
  • 1977 - Boys Soccer, Class A
  • 1979 - Girls Field Hockey, Class A [4]
  • 1981 - Boys Cross Country, Class A
  • 1983 - Boys Cross Country, Class A
  • 1987 - Volleyball, Class A [5]
  • 1987 - Girls Field Hockey, Class A
  • 1988 - Volleyball, Class 3A
  • 1990 - Boys Cross Country, Class 2A
  • 1990 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A [6]
  • 1991 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A
  • 1992 - Girls Field Hockey, Class 2A
  • 1993 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A-1A [7]
  • 1994 - Volleyball, Class 2A
  • 1994 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A
  • 1995 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A
  • 1996 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A-1A
  • 1999 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A
  • 2001 - Girls Soccer, Class 1A
  • 2002 - Boys Cross Country, Class 1A
  • 2004 - Girls Soccer, Class 1A
  • 2003 - Boys Track & Field, Class 1A
  • 2004 - Girls Cross Country, Class 1A [8]
  • 2006 - Boys Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A [9]
  • 2009 - Boys Soccer, Class 1A [10]
  • 2009 - Girls Soccer, Class 1A [11]

Activities

Starting the 2009-2010 school year the school started a new FIRST Robotics team. In March 2010 they participated in the DC regional and placed 16th out of 59th their rookie year. The team continued into a second year for 2010-2011, even after losing full access to Loch Raven's facilities, through Dulaney High School's donation of use of its facilities.

External links

  • http://www.edline.net/pages/Loch_Raven_High

References

  1. ^ MPSSAA Boys Soccer
  2. ^ [MPSSAA Girls Basketball [2]
  3. ^ MPSSAA
  4. ^ MPSSAA Field Hockey
  5. ^ MPSSAA Volleyball
  6. ^ MPSSAA Girls Lacrosse
  7. ^ MPSSAA Girls Soccer
  8. ^ MPSSAA Girls Cross Country
  9. ^ MPSSAA Lacrosse
  10. ^ Baltimore Sun
  11. ^ Baltimore Sun
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