In a program called BL Building Learners, Boys' Latin is using brain science to help boys understand better how they learn. And the results speak for themselves!
At The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, each and every one of our students is known -- for who he is today, and all he will be tomorrow. Our K-12 family is small by design, because nearly two centuries of all-boys education has taught us that a close community builds a foundation of confidence. Of compassion. Of curiosity. And of character.
At Boys’ Latin, we prepare our boys for the future by preparing them to be a voice for change. Nearly two centuries of innovation in all-boys education has taught us what it takes to build a foundation of confidence. Of compassion. Of curiosity. And of character. This is how we help our boys succeed in school and in life.
Creativity was on display as the entire 10th grade performed scenes from Shakespeare's Macbeth as part of their English curriculum.
Rita Rubinstein, Holocaust survivor, shared her story of captivity, liberation and her eventual journey to the United States.
Founded by BL Alumni, Beneficial Pain has established programs to fight homelessness and hunger in Baltimore and provided more than $25,000 in college scholarships to local students.
Students honored Dr. King's life and work at our Annual MLK Assembly.
Fathers and special friends join fifth graders as they receive their first School ties.
Honors engineering students built trebuchets and launched pumpkins to the delight of lower school boys.
Headmaster Chris Post is thrilled to announce a $2.5M gift to Boldly BL
James Eichelberger '20 joined us for Veterans Day and shared his military experiences.