In what it calls a bold move, the College Board has redesigned the SAT. The changes will take effect during the spring of 2016.
"What this country needs is not more tests, but more opportunities," said College Board President David Coleman in a press release. "The real news today is not just the... READ MORE »»
There are students with hidden talents enrolled in New Town High School, and their natural ability will be revealed on Thursday at the annual Senior Talent Show.
Darius Satterfield, senior, said, “I’m excited to see Marquis because he is going to kill it.”
More than 30 people tried out for... READ MORE »»
During each lunch shift, students voted for their favorite contestant.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is planning a number of activities this week in order to promote building friendships and ending bullying. It's all a part of Baltimore County Public School's Anti-Bullying Week.
The slogan for this week is “Loving is Louder.”
From signing anti-bullying... READ MORE »»
During lunch on Wednesday, students made new friends as a part of the Anti-Bullying Week activities.
Titans donated 436 pairs of jeans to the Teens for Jeans drive.
“Last year we collected 106 pairs of jeans; so 436 from 106 is an improvement. So next year, we will have more,” said Mrs. Hunt-Reynolds, drive coordinator.
The Teens for Jeans program provides students an opportunity to donate... READ MORE »»
The varsity basketball team will take on Friendship Academy of Engineering and Technology today. The Titans beat the Academy for College and Career Exploration, 91-36, on Friday in the Class 1A North sectional quarterfinal.
With a record of 19-5, leadership by elite power guard Daniel Shand and a... READ MORE »»
Both the boys junior varsity and varsity basketball teams will compete in Baltimore County championship games.
“I wish New Town basketball the best of luck, as they can make New Town proud,” said Jordan Davis, track coach.
The varsity team will take on Randallstown on Tuesday. They lost to... READ MORE »»