Loch Raven High School

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Loch Raven High School
Address
1212 Cowpens Avenue
Towson, Maryland
United States
Coordinates 39°24′18″N 76°33′50″W / 39.40494°N 76.56379°W / 39.40494; -76.56379Coordinates: 39°24′18″N 76°33′50″W / 39.40494°N 76.56379°W / 39.40494; -76.56379
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established 1972
School district Baltimore County Public Schools
Principal Dr. Bonnie K. Lambert, Ph.D.
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 885[1]
Campus Suburban
Color(s)

Purple and Gold

         
Mascot Raider
Newspaper The Revelation
Website
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Loch Raven High School

Loch Raven High School is a high school in Baltimore County.

History[edit]

The school was established in 1972[1] and is part of the Baltimore Public School System. Some of the middle schools whose graduates then enter Loch Raven High are Pine Grove Middle School, Ridgely Middle School, Loch Raven Technical Academy, and Cockeysville Middle School.

Neighborhoods that feed into Loch Raven High School include:

Athletics[edit]

Loch Raven High School has won the following state championships:

  • 1974 - Boys Soccer, Class A [2]
  • 1975 - Boys Soccer, Class A
  • 1976 - Girls Basketball[3]
  • 1976 - Boys Cross Country, Class A [4]
  • 1977 - Boys Soccer, Class A
  • 1979 - Girls Field Hockey, Class A [5]
  • 1981 - Boys Cross Country, Class A
  • 1983 - Boys Cross Country, Class A
  • 1987 - Volleyball, Class A [6]
  • 1987 - Girls Field Hockey, Class A
  • 1988 - Volleyball, Class 3A
  • 1990 - Boys Cross Country, Class 2A
  • 1990 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A [7]
  • 1991 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A
  • 1992 - Girls Field Hockey, Class 2A
  • 1993 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A-1A [8]
  • 1994 - Volleyball, Class 2A
  • 1994 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A
  • 1995 - Girls Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A
  • 1996 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A-1A
  • 1999 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A
  • 2001 - Girls Soccer, Class 1A
  • 2002 - Boys Cross Country, Class 1A
  • 2004 - Girls Soccer, Class 1A
  • 2003 - Boys Track & Field, Class 1A
  • 2004 - Girls Cross Country, Class 1A [9]
  • 2006 - Boys Lacrosse, Class 2A-1A [10]
  • 2009 - Boys Soccer, Class 1A [11]
  • 2009 - Girls Soccer, Class 1A [12]
  • 2016 - Boys Basketball, Class 1A

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