Randallstown High School

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Randallstown High School
Location
4000 Offutt Road
Randallstown, Maryland 21133

United States
Information
Type Public
Established 1969
School district Baltimore County Public Schools
Principal Dr. Marla Dean
Faculty 86[1]
Enrollment 1272[1]
Color(s) Black and Gold          
Mascot Ram
Newspaper The Rams Horn
Website

Randallstown High School is a public high school located in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. It serves students in the Randallstown, Woodlawn, and Owings Mills areas. It is a part of Baltimore County Public Schools. Its primary feeder schools are Deer Park Middle Magnet School, Woodlawn Middle School, Sudbrook Magnet Middle School, Southwest Academy Middle School and Old Court Middle School.

Randallstown High School sign

Shooting[edit]

− On May 7, 2004 Randallstown High School was the scene of a school shooting.[2] Due to a dispute between students at lunch earlier during the week, one of the students wanted to take matters into his own hands and get revenge.[3] At approximately 4:30pm after an annual basketball game between students, faculty, and Maryland State Delegates, an Randallstown student along with 3 of his friends began shooting in the front of the school grounds.[4] 4 students were wounded including William "Tippa" Thomas who suffered paralysis.[5]

Athletics[edit]

Randallstown won the following state championships:

  • 1985 - Football, Class AA [6]
  • 1985 - Baseball, Class AA
  • 1990 - Football, Class 4A
  • 1995 - Boys Basketball, Class 3A
  • 2001 - Boys Basketball, Class 3A
  • 2005 - Boys Basketball, Class 3A
  • 2006 - Boys Basketball, Class 2A
  • 2007 - Boys Basketball, Class 2A

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b School Profile for Randallstown High School. Baltimore County Public Schools. Retrieved on 2008-11-04.
  2. ^ Alec MacGillis, Sara Neufeld and Childs Walker (2004-05-09). "Charges filed in school attack". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2013-06-08. 
  3. ^ "Two charged in high school shooting". Associated Press. 2004-05-09. Retrieved 2013-06-08. 
  4. ^ Reginald Fields and Jonathan Rockoff (2004-05-08). "It was just chaos". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2013-06-08. 
  5. ^ Jennifer McMenamin (2004-11-24). "Shooting victim faces an uncertain future". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2013-06-08. 
  6. ^ MPSSAA Football
  7. ^ Furfari, Mickey. "Q&A: Clements says WVU athletics will be fine". The Register-Herald. Retrieved 23 May 2014. 
  8. ^ "Stephanie Monroe". Baltimore County Public Schools. Retrieved 23 May 2014. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 39°22′58″N 76°47′46″W / 39.382745°N 76.796021°W / 39.382745; -76.796021