Patterson Mill Middle and High School

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Patterson Mill Middle and High School
Address
85 Patterson Mill Road
Bel Air, Maryland, United States
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established 2007
School district Harford County Public Schools
Principal Dr. Sean Abel
Grades 6-12
Color(s) Black, Silver and Teal

              

Mascot Huskies

Patterson Mill Middle and High School opened in August 2007 in Harford County, Maryland, US.[1] Built for $50 million,[citation needed] the 226,000 sq ft (21,000 m2) building is a state of the art school that includes a television studio, a mass communications lab for a radio station, and a graphics and visual communications area.[2]

About the School[edit]

The school has 66,000 square feet of instructional space and is situated on a 79-acre campus just south of Bel Air, Maryland.[1] The school serves a large suburban residential community. Patterson Mill is a comprehensive, state of the cart middle and high school with a computer to student ratio of 1:1. Site specific facilities include such items as: a mass communications lab with a radio station, a television studio, a black box theatre, an auditorium that seats 900 people, a sculpture studio, a graphics lab, a visual communications lab, a child development lab and center, a clothing/design lab, computer labs, a pre-engineering lab, a flex (foreign language) program for all eighth graders, and multiple Seminar and Extended Learning Rooms. The classrooms in the building are equally outfitted for the 21st century, with LCD projectors, interactive white boards, high definition televisions, laptop computers, desktop computers, and other traditional media found in most standard classrooms.

Sections[edit]

The building is divided into 12 sections:

  • "A" section houses the Auditorium and Stage area.
  • "B" Section houses all administration offices, as well as the physical education areas for High school students only.
  • "C" Section houses Physical Education Offices, the middle School physical education areas, and all locker rooms.
  • "D" Section houses the cafeteria and Foundations of Technology rooms, as well as the janitorial closests.
  • "E1" Section houses all high school Math classes.
  • "F1" Section houses all high school English classes.
  • "G1" Section houses all high school Social Studies/History classes.
  • "H" Section houses all fine arts classes and the mass communications lab/TV studio.
  • "J" Section houses all food preparation classes and the media center area.
  • "E2" Section houses all middle school 8th grade classes
  • "F2" Section houses all middle school 7th grade classes.
  • "G2" Section houses all middle school 6th grade classes.

Sections E1, F1, G1, E2, F2, and G2 each have seven instructional classrooms as well as two science classrooms.

Students[edit]

The school currently houses approximately 1700 students in sixth through twelfth grades. The first graduating class from Patterson Mill was the class of 2010.

Principals[edit]

  • Mr. Wayne Thibeault, 2007-2013
  • Dr. Sean Abel, 2013–Present

Sports[edit]

Patterson Mill competes at the varsity and junior varsity level in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference in all offered sports. The sports offered at Patterson Mill include baseball, boys' and girls' basketball, boys' and girls' lacrosse, boys' and girls' soccer, boys' and girls' volleyball, cheerleading, cross-country, field hockey, football, golf, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field,and wrestling.

In 2008, Patterson Mill captured the UCBAC Susquehanna Division titles in cross country and boys' soccer. The field hockey team also won the 1A North regional championship.

In the 2008-2009 winter sports season, the Huskies Wrestling team claimed first place in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Susquehanna Division, without seniors. Most recently, in the 2010-2011 season of wrestling, the Patterson Mill squad had players reach 1st and 5th at the state championship.

In Spring 2009, the women's lacrosse team won the 2A-1A South regional championship and continued on to compete in the 2A-1A state championship game.

In Fall 2010, the Huskies Field Hockey team competed at the state championship level against Pocomoke High School, losing 0-1. This was the first trip to state finals for the Lady Huskies.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "School Profile". Harford County Public Schools. Retrieved February 22, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Education". WBAL-TV. Hearst Television. Retrieved February 20, 2013. [dead link]

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Coordinates: 39°30′26″N 76°19′27″W / 39.5073°N 76.3243°W / 39.5073; -76.3243