Severn’s Admiral TV crew was highlighted during the IAAM (Interscholastic Association of Maryland) Character Coin presentation before the Varsity Girls Soccer match on October 18, adding a special twist to this celebrated recognition of good sportsmanship between member schools.
In a special ceremony held Friday, October 6 on Severn’s Teel Campus, Stephen K. Beardmore ’83, Jennifer R. Gens ’02, R. Scott Steele ’76 and Brandon R. Wright ’01 were inducted into Severn’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
Severn Varsity Tennis Captain, Adele Hlousek ‘24, was recently presented with the IAAM Character Coin by John Caroll's Coach, Kaitlin Loftus, after a hard-fought match that ultimately ended up in a win for John Carroll.
Severn has always encouraged students to discover their own voices, whether it is through their work in the classroom, on the athletic field, on the stage, or one of the many other creative outlets offered.
For many Severn students, the Van Eney ‘09 Fellows Program is a way to go beyond the traditional academic program and pursue and showcase a passion project, carefully cultivated over the course of the school year. For Daniel Berlin ‘22, it was the perfect way to springboard his budding business idea into a fully realized business model with the means and connections to fully launch after graduation.
After a three-year hiatus, the Southwest Adopt-a-Pilot (AAP) Program touched down at Severn School once again, giving fifth graders a pilot’s-eye view of how the subjects they are learning relate to aviation.
As part of Fine Arts Week, which celebrates every students’ contribution to the school’s thriving Arts programs, Severn School recognized a number of outstanding student achievements at the 2022-23 Upper School Fine Arts Assembly.
Andy Dehart ’91, a dedicated marine conservationist and President and CEO of Loggerhead Marinelife Center, was the featured speaker for the return of Severn School’s David Astle Memorial Lecture Series.
Severn 3rd graders enjoyed a visit up to Teel Campus to visit Mr. Lagarde’s woodworking shop, located at Daiger House. It was a beautiful spring day as the 3rd graders excitedly gathered outside Mr. Lagarde’s workshop to learn about woodworking.
Severn welcomed author Alex Gino this week for a virtual discussion with middle schoolers as part of the Middle School Author Series. Gino is an award-winning author of multiple books including Melissa, Rick, Alice Austen Lived Here and more.
Andy Dehart ’91, a dedicated marine conservationist and well-known Shark Advisor for the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming, has been selected as the 2023 David Astle Memorial Lecture series speaker.
Severn students have been busy honing their oratorical skills this spring, competing in several contests held locally and at Severn. A number of students have also earned the right to move forward in competition by placing 1st in their respective contests
How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Everyone knows the punchline to this old joke -- you practice. And practice is precisely what members of Severn School’s Vocal Ensemble and Treble Choirs did to earn an invitation to perform at the musical center of the world.
The Severn Math Team concluded the competition season with four 1st place team wins and one 2nd place finish, cementing their overall championship within the annual Anne Arundel Community College High School Math Competition.
In conjunction with their reading of The Boys in the Boat, the remarkable true story of the American rowers competing in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Mr. Zmuda took his “Triumph & Defeat” Junior/Senior Seminar on a field trip to the Naval Academy Rowing Center.
Members of Severn’s Investment Club and the Student Led Investment Portfolio (SLIP) recently hit the Big Apple for a full-day adventure investigating careers in finance and meeting fellow Admirals who are leaders in the field.
The Severn JV Boys Basketball team notched the MIAA B Conference Championship with a 52-44 win over Chapelgate on Feb. 24. Before earning a spot in the championship match, the squad defeated St. Paul’s in the semi-final round. The Admirals won that matchup 55-46.
After two years of an at-home event, featuring a virtual live auction, the APA Admiral Auction will be held in-person on March 3rd, 2023. The Admiral Auction, an annual Severn event, is a fundraiser that brings together the Severn community of parents, teachers, staff, and alumni in support of the APA and programs that enrich and expand every Admiral’s experience.
Senior forward Davis Cawlfield set a new single season record for the Admirals this past fall, racking up 26 goals and another 12 assists. And now he’s set another, becoming the first player under Head Coach Mike McCarthy to be named as the Capital-Gazette’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year.
Severn School’s Introduction to Medical Studies Club recently hosted special guest Emily Clarke-Pearson, MD – a plastic surgeon who specializes in cosmetic surgery -- for a hands-on lesson in suture technique. Using suture kits that were purchased by the club through Severn’s Partnership Program, members had the opportunity to get hands-on learning on this fundamental skill, guided by a medical professional.
Julian Gargiulo, pianist, composer and recording artist has been announced as the 2023 Dillon Moran Musician in Residence at Severn School. Gargiulo has a full schedule of student-focused events lined up on the Upper School campus on January 23-24, culminating with an evening concert in Price Auditorium that is free and open to the public.
A group of Severn students recently attended the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC), a multiracial, multicultural gathering of upper school student leaders (grades 9-12) from across the United States and abroad.