Current News and Upcoming Events
Eleventh Grade Parents Meeting
Wallops Island 2017
You can view the Powerpoint about this year's 10th grade trip to Wallops Island in PDF form here.
Ninth and Tenth Grade Magnet Parents Meeting
The Powerpoint from the recent Ninth and Tenth Grade Magnet Parents Meeting is now available in PDF form.
Congratulations to Blair's nine Regeneron (formerly Intel) Science Talent Search Scholars! Sambuddha Chattopadhyay, Ethan Edgar Chen, Richard Chen, Rohan Dalvi, Dawson Do, Samuel Isaac Ehrenstein, Raymond Lei Guo, Garret Woods Kern, and Juliana Lu-Yang are semifinalists in the competition, called the "Nobel Prize for High School Students." Each student earned receive $2,000, along with an additional $2,000 for the school, and will be eligible to be one of 40 Finalists, announced mid-January. Blair is tied for the most semifinalist Scholars of any school in this year's STS contest.
2016 UMD Math Competition
Congratulations to Dilhan Salgado and Jacob Stavrianos for placing 1st and 2nd in the 2016 University of Maryland Math Competition!
2016 Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology
Congratulations to Junior Robert Yang, who was named a 2016 Finalist in the 2016 Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology; congratulations also the Blair other five semifinalists in this years competition: Sambuddha Chattopadhyay, Guangqi Cui, Margaret Lin, Angela Yang, and Linden Yuan.
Eight Grade Meeting
2016 Mitre Capture the Flag
Congratulations to the team of Noah Kim, George Klees, Andrew Komo, Noah Singer, and Thea Tosini, who took first place among high schools and second place overall in the 2016 Mitre Capture the Flag Competition. The competition is design to test high school and undergraduates with real-life cybersecurity challenges.
Congratulations to Blair's forty-one National Merit Scholar Semifinalists!
Edyth May Sliffe Award
Congratulations to Mr. Stein for being one of the 2016 Edyth May Sliffe Award winners. The Edyth May Sliffe Awards are given out by the Mathematical Association of America, and are given annually to outstanding middle and high school math teachers.
National Science Bowl Champs
Congratulations to the Blair Science Bowl team of Elliot Kienzle, Eric Lu, Alex Miao, Arnold Mong, and Jamie Vinson, who beat all comers in this year's National Science Bowl Championship!
Moody's Math Challenge
Congratulations to Blazers Ethan Holland, Raymond Lin, Eshan Tewari, Victoria Tsai, and Jamie Vinson, whose team was a finalist and ultimately placed 4th in this year's Moody Math Challenge.
Congratulations to Juniors Sambuddha Chattopadhay and Abigail Wilson, two of only sixty-seven students on the whole planet to earn a perfect score on the AP Computer Science test last May.
Math Team Champions for Thirty Years
The Blair Math Team won the 2015-16 MCPS Math Team Championship, bringing the team's streak to 30 straight victories in the county. Go Blazers!
Magnet Arts Night Snow Date
Magnet Arts Night has been rescheduled for February 26th at 7:00 PM; see you there!
Junior Parents Meeting/Senior Research Project Info
Congratulations to Arnold Mong and Josephine Yu, who are among the 40 finalists for this year's Intel Science Talent Search! Arnold and Josephine are qualified for the top three awards of $150,000 each this March.
Maryland Science Bowl Champs
Congratulations to the Blair Science Bowl team of Elliot Kienzle, Eric Lu, Alex Miao, Arnold Mong, and Jamie Vinson, who won this year's Maryland State Science Bowl Championship. The team will represent Maryland at the Science Bowl Nationals this spring.
Recognizing that education is an individual experience that depends on the unique talents and interests of each person, the mission of the Blair Magnet Program is to provide an environment in which each person's education is maximized by emphasizing the interrelationships among the disciplines, developing a repertoire of problem-solving techniques, and pursuing both independent and collaborative research projects
To realize the above mission, the staff nurtures the special talents of its academically able students by fostering individualism, independent thinking, and self-confidence by challenging those students through a unique, diversified curriculum. The environment, structure, and content promote the self-learner concept in which students participate in constructing their own knowledge base and learn problem-solving strategies that foster the multidisciplinary approach. The scope of their education extends beyond traditional classroom boundaries as students are asked to connect with a community that includes not only parents, mentors, other students, and staff but also a physical environment as diverse as our region.