Northeast Senior High School (Pasadena, Maryland)
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|Northeast High School|
|School district||Anne Arundel County Public Schools|
|Number of students||1,335 (September 2014) |
|Color(s)||Black and Gold|
|Rival||Chesapeake High School|
Northeast Senior High School is located at 1121 Duvall Hwy. in Pasadena, Maryland, United States. The school opened in 1964 and serves as one of two high schools for the CDP of Pasadena. The school newsletter is called the Eaglegram and the school newspaper is called the Eagle's Revenge.
Alumni in the News
In 2007, Northeast began updating students on notable alumni in the morning announcements every week in an effort to connect students to their predecessors. Later in 2007, Northeast held a banquet in honor of their notable athletes. The school's goal was to unite students with past graduates and foster school pride.
Notable Alumni: Steve Colmus of J Roddy Walson and The Business, Chorye Spoone, plays for the (AA) Bowie Baysox. Glynn Davis, recently signed with the Baltimore Orioles. Joey Harkum, Aaron Hooper, Will Finley, from the band "Pasadena". David Rosage, owner of Skipper's Pier.
Northeast Sr. High school has had many notable sports teams. Their baseball, cheerleading, softball, cross country, wrestling and bocce teams have all won State championships. Northeast also offers tennis, football, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, golf, swimming, volleyball, basketball, and indoor and outdoor track and field.
BASEBALL In 1991, the Northeast Senior High Baseball team went undefeated, and was named "NATIONAL CHAMPIONS." The last major championship for Northeast Baseball was in 2008, when the team took home the County Championship.
Northeast Sr. High School offers an ever-growing music program. Active ensembles include: the Marching Eagles, the Lady Eagles (female vocal ensemble), Vocal Ensemble, Winter Concert Band, Color Guard, Guitar Ensemble, and Orchestra. In recent years, they have added men's Vocal Ensemble, Jazz Band and women's Woodwind Quartet.
Visual and Performing Arts
Northeast has its own designated acting troupe that puts on three shows a year. These shows include a winter drama or comedy, a spring musical, and an early summer/late spring student directed piece. Previous pieces performed include Walt Disney's "Beauty and the Beast", J.D. Salinger's "Franny and Zooey", and Neil LaBute's "Bash: Latter-Day Plays".