This past year, we learned something big – the power of our small School.
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.
When the world changed, we were ready. Today, we are stronger and more resilient. And now, more than ever, we are ready for the next challenge – because we know there will always be one.
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.
Meet Jacob Pacheco '23. Jacob came to Boys' Latin as a sophomore and lived with a BL family. As a junior, he joined our boarding community and is a student-leader in the dorm.
Drive organizers, Logan Hollins '25 and Max Wolper '25, credit their peers for the Toy Drive's success.
The Williams Scholar Assembly is a celebration of academic excellence and intellectual curiosity.
This year’s Caldecott Award selection committee panel includes Boys’ Latin’s own lower school librarian, Eiyana Favers.
Every Veterans Day, for nearly forty years, Boys' Latin has held an assembly and wreath-laying ceremony honoring all veterans, including Boys' Latin alumni.
Headmaster Chris Post answers a few questions about Boys' Latin's new boarding program.
Senior and upper school President Liam McClure challenges himself to run 24 miles in 24 hours.
The Boys' Latin community gathers for the unveiling of the statue of former Headmaster Jack. H. Williams '38.
Lower School families enjoyed some Halloween fun on the Western Campus.