Reginald F. Lewis High School

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Reginald F. Lewis High School
of Business and Law
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Address
6401 Pioneer Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21214
Coordinates 39°21′57″N 76°34′16″W / 39.36579°N 76.57099°W / 39.36579; -76.57099Coordinates: 39°21′57″N 76°34′16″W / 39.36579°N 76.57099°W / 39.36579; -76.57099
Information
School type Public, Comprehensive
Motto Keep Going No Matter What
Founded 2002
School district Baltimore City Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. Gregory Thornton [CEO]
School number 419
Principal Janine L. Patterson
Grades 912
Enrollment 337[1] (2014)
Area Urban
Color(s) Black, Silver, White, Gold
Slogan Home of the Falcons
Mascot The Falcon
Team name Falcons
Website

Reginald F. Lewis High School of Business and Law (officially referred to as the Reginald F. Lewis High School) is a public high school located in northeast Baltimore, Maryland. It is named after prominent businessman and Baltimore native Reginald F. Lewis. The school is situated in the former Northern High School and shares the structure with the W. E. B. Du Bois High School.

Sports[edit]

2011 Reginald F. Lewis Falcons football team finished the regular season with a school record 8 wins and 1 loss (8-1) and also received a playoff berth for the 2nd time in school history. The school rival is W. E. B. Du Bois High School.[citation needed]

2012 Reginald F. Lewis Falcons football team finished the regular season with a school record 9 wins and 2 losses and also received a playoff berth for the 3rd time in school history gaining the #1 overall seed in the region.[citation needed]

Attack incidents[edit]

On April 4, 2008 an art teacher at the Reginald F. Lewis High School, was attacked by one of her students during a regular class. Footage of the incident was recorded on a phone and was uploaded to the internet.[2]

On April 2, 2015 former Principal Daric Jackson caused a student to loose consciousness in a classroom after placing the student in a chokehold. The case was investigated as possible child abuse by the Baltimore police department and referred to the State's Attorney's office. The student filed a lawsuit in April 2016 alleging assault.[3][4]

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