National Technical Honor Society Induction

CAMBRIDGE — Forty seniors from Cambridge-South Dorchester High School and North Dorchester High School were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on Jan. 7 in a ceremony at the Dorchester Career and Technology Center. These students are studying in one of the CTE (Career and Technical Education) programs offered by Dorchester County Public Schools. […]

ND grad Vonica Molock sets up student success conference

CAMBRIDGE — The news from schools in Dorchester County hasn’t been good lately. Voncia Molock has a plan to change that. She has organized a Student Success Conference on Jan. 18, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Chesapeake College Cambridge Center, aimed at middle school and high school students from Dorchester County and beyond — and […]

ND girls are tourney champs

SHILOH — The Lady Eagles will keep the Small Ball Basketball Christmas Tournament trophy at home for at least a year, beating Colonel Richardson 69-55 for the event’s championship on Dec. 28. It was the tournament’s first year, designed by ND Athletic Director Dave Morrissette to be a small school basketball tournament for boys’ and […]

Eagles name December Athletes of the Month

HURLOCK — December Athletes of the Month have been announced by Dave Morrissette, the school’s athletic director. The honors go to students who not only are successful in their sports, but also in the classroom. Their leadership qualities and sense of citizenship are also taken into account. Receiving the varsity awards, sponsored by Olive Garden, […]

Frazier will ‘Earn and Learn’

CAMBRIDGE – Cambridge-South Dorchester High School senior Thomas Frazier is the second Dorchester County Public School (DCPS) student to sign an employment agreement with GKD-USA through the Maryland Youth Apprenticeship Program (MYAP). He recently attended an event at which he was congratulated by GKD-USA Vice President of Manufacturing Leon Shockley. MYAP is an “earn and […]

Teachers demand end to student violence

SHILOH — “Forty-three attacks were reported” by October against teachers in Dorchester’s public schools, Vice President of Dorchester Educators Linda Barnes said Thursday. She was one of many speakers at Thursday’s meeting of the Board of Education, at which local teachers, wearing the red shirts of their union, demanded an end to violence in schools. […]

Students study career choices with local businesses

CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester County Public Schools’ Minority Achievement Summit took place on Nov. 25 at the Career & Technology Center, attracting a wide range of prospective employers and freshmen — 22 from ND and 15 from C-SD — who were interested in exploring their options after graduation. They can get a leg up on […]

ND’s old eagle still flies

SHILOH — The new North Dorchester High School opened this fall, with all sorts of modern features never seen in the old building. But there was one item that had to be brought along — the ND Eagle will soar over athletic contests for years to come, after it was saved from the old high […]

College application campaign underway

CAMBRIDGE — The Class of 2020 at Cambridge-South Dorchester High School and North Dorchester High School participated in the Maryland College Application Campaign from Oct. 21 through 25. The goal of the campaign is to provide support to students and families as they navigate the process of choosing and applying to postsecondary education. A highlight […]

NDHS Honor Society inducts 47 students

HURLOCK — The North Dorchester High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 47 new members on Oct. 1. This is a record number of new members, bringing the total Honor Society membership at the school to 57. Faculty advisor Rachael Roberts said, “The new members are to be congratulated on their fortitude as […]