Players on Kensington and Wheaton teams will be wearing crimson and yellow ribbons at their Friday lacrosse game.
Albert Einstein High School
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Rebecca Sugar will become the first woman to create a show for Cartoon Network.
Silver Spring native Rebecca Sugar is making a splash in the world of animation. The storyboard artist, writer and composer has received praise for her work on "Adventure Time," an Emmy-nominated show on Cartoon Network. Forbes recently named her to its "30 Under 30" Entertainment list. Sugar graduated from Montgomery Blair High School in 2005 and participated in the Visual Arts Center at Albert Einstein High School. She received the Ida F. Haimovicz Visual Arts Award, which is given to a Montgomery County high school senior intent on pursuing a visual arts career. What Forbes has to say about Sugar: "Adventure Time" is one of the most innovative cartoons on TV and many of the best episodes were written by Sugar. Now she's getting her own …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Students from Montgomery County Public Schools represent more than 40 percent of Maryland's semifinalists.
Julia D. McMurry, a senior at Albert Einstein High School, has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. McMurry enters the running for $2,500 National Merit scholarships. Semifinalists are selected based on their 2011 PSAT scores. Here is a breakdown of the semifinalists from other MCPS high schools: Bethesda-Chevy Chase: 6 Montgomery Blair: 37 Winston Churchill: 11 Damascus: 1 Northwest: 1 Poolesville: 7 Richard Montgomery: 26 Sherwood: 2 Walt Whitman: 25 Walter Johnson: 6 Thomas S. Wootton: 14
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Montgomery County will host an Independence Day celebration at Albert Einstein High School.
The D.C.-metro area doesn’t disappoint residents when it comes to fireworks options celebrating the Fourth of July. Montgomery County will host two fireworks displays this year, “Germantown Glory” and “Mid-County Sparkles.” Mid-County Sparkles will begin with a concert by Quiet Fire Soul at 7:30 p.m. at Albert Einstein High School in Kensington. Fireworks will follow at approximately 9:15 p.m. No on-site parking will be available, but a shuttle will pick up passengers from Westfield Wheaton Metro Parking Garage beginning at 6:15 p.m. Germantown Glory will kick off at 7 p.m. at the Germantown SoccerPlex with a concert by Bobby and the Believers. Fireworks will follow at approximately 9:15 p.m. The location will have free parking. In …
Thursday, May 31, 2012
This year's graduates from Albert Einstein High School answer the question, "Where do you want to be in five years?"
Albert Einstein High School's class of 2012 graduated May 30 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. See photos from the ceremony. If you graduated on Wednesday but your photo is not in this gallery, add it using the photo upload button above. And, don't forget to write a caption sharing your hopes for where you want to be five years from now.
The class of 2012 graduated Wednesday afternoon at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.
The graduation ceremony for Albert Einstein High School began at 2:30 p.m. with opening remarks by Principal James Fernandez. Rachel Paleg, a member of the National Honor Society and Einstein's Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, was selected as the student speaker. If you have more photos from the graduation ceremony, feel free to add them using our photo upload button above.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Albert Einstein High School graduates will cross the stage Wednesday afternoon at DAR Constitution Hall in D.C.
Albert Einstein High School is one of the first public schools in Montgomery County to hold its graduation ceremony this year. The ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. on May 30 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. Graduations are often a time when family gathers together to celebrate the successful completion of years of hard work and academic rigor. The graduate is the star, and families cheer as they hear the name of their loved one and see him or her cross the stage to receive a diploma. But what happens if someone can't make it to the graduation ceremony? The Montgomery County Public Schools graduations at DAR Constitution Hall will be streamed live online. Share the link with your relatives, and then send them a text to go online …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Read Halcyon Ruskin's short story online.
Halcyon Ruskin from Albert Einstein High School received second place in the Gaithersburg Book Festival short story contest. Her winning story, "Twine," can be read on the festival's web site. Ruskin was one of 13 finalists selected from 141 applicants for the festival's second annual high school contest.
Four student actors and Northwood's lighting crew are in the running for the "Cappies" this year.
The "Cappies" have been called the Tonys of high school theater productions. This year, students from Northwood High School and Albert Einstein High School have been nominated for the awards in the D.C. region. Read a review of Footloose- The Musical, which Northwood students produced in November. The winners will be announced at the Cappies Gala at the Kennedy Center on June 10.
Friday, March 23, 2012
An Einstein High School student is a finalist in the second annual Gaithersburg Book Festival's short story contest.
A Kensington teen is a finalist in a short story contest hosted by the Gaithersburg Book Festival. Halcyon Ruskin, of Albert Einstein High School, was selected out of a pool of 141 applicants to be one of the 13 finalists for the festival's second annual high school contest. The first, second and third place winners will be announced on May 19 at the festival, where they will get the chance to read their short stories in front of an audience. Award-winning mystery author of The Girl Next Door: A Mystery Brad Parks and novelist Jennifer Miller, who wrote The Year of the Gadfly, will choose the winners. “To see our entry pool grow by more than 20 percent is exciting,” Jud Ashman, festival chair and City of Gaithersburg councilmember, said…