Brunswick High School (Maryland)

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Brunswick High School
Address
101 Cummings Drive
Brunswick, MD, Maryland, 21716
USA
Coordinates 39°18′57″N 77°36′29″W / 39.3158°N 77.6080°W / 39.3158; -77.6080Coordinates: 39°18′57″N 77°36′29″W / 39.3158°N 77.6080°W / 39.3158; -77.6080
Information
Motto Excellence in All We Do
Established 1911
Opened 1965
School district Frederick County Public Schools
School number (240) 236-8600
Principal Nancy Doll
Vice principal Nancy Boyenton
Grades 9-12
Campus rural
Campus size 50.30 acres (203,600 m2)
School colour(s) Garnet, gold, and white
Slogan Rail'em Roaders
Mascot Railroaders
Rival Middletown, Walkersville, and Catoctin
Website

Brunswick High School (BHS) is a four-year public high school in Brunswick, Frederick County, Maryland, United States.

Overview[edit]

The school is near the Virginia border near the Potomac River, just off of Maryland Route 464, and a couple miles southeast of U.S. Route 340.

The current building was constructed in 1965. The building has 79,743 square feet (7,408.4 m2) of space on 50.3 acres (20.4 ha) of land. There are two gymnasiums, and a vocational technology wing including automechanics. Brunswick High School has the distinction of being the only school in Frederick County besides CTC with an automechanical program.[1] The original Brunswick High School was built on 4th Avenue around 1911, but it burned down in 1928.

Students[edit]

Brunswick High School's graduation rate has been very high over the past 12 years. In 2007 the school graduated 97.04%, though it peaked in 2004 at 98.82% and had a low of 92.99% in 2000.[2]

The school's enrollment grew rapidly between 1993 and 2003 and has curved downward somewhat since then.

Student population[3]
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
571 604 657 724 757 803 813 835 888 940 972 928 893 859 836

Sports[edit]

State Champions

  • 2013 - Unified Bocce
  • 2012 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1996 - Baseball [4]
  • 1996 - Girls' Basketball [5]
  • 1993 - Girls' Cross Country [6]
  • 1992 - Baseball
  • 1992 - Girls' Cross Country
  • 1991 - Baseball
  • 1991 - Girls' Cross Country
  • 1990 - Baseball
  • 1990 - Boys' Soccer [7]
  • 1989 - Boys' Cross Country [8]
  • 1985 - Girls' Cross Country
  • 1983 - Girls' Cross Country
  • 1982 - Girls' Cross Country
  • 1977 - Boys' Basketball [9]
  • 1966 - Boys' Cross Country
  • 1965 - Boys' Cross Country

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