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We welcomed home alum Mr. Thomas Burgess '75 who spoke about STEM related careers to BMHS students in Robotics and Engineering classes, as well as the Millionaires Club on Tuesday, November 13th.
On October 27th, BMHS faculty and staff met former BMHS student and New York Times bestselling author Jason Reynolds '00 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the opening night performance of his work Long Way Down.  
The Counseling Center at Bishop McNamara High School is honored to be selected as a member of Harvard Graduate School of Education's Making Caring Common (MCC) Project! 
J'TA Freeman '19, with help from editor Dillon Fitzgerald '19, files a report from the Bishop McNamara Annual 5K for the Arts at Watkins Regional Park.
While others have spent the summer sleeping in, Dylan Wort '20 has been busy working at the P. A. Bowen Farmstead in southern Prince George's County where the farm to table movement is an essential part of each day.
Thank you to those who helped raise $23,400.00 and helped us to excede our donor goal with 64 total donors; gifts were received from as far as California were made by current board members, employees, current students and parents, and a host of generous Bishop McNamara and La Reine alumni.
At the Opening of Schools Mass at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Bishop McNamara High School teachers are honored for their years of service and dedication to Catholic education.
WMAC: Broadcast Journalism students attending Media Day are BMHS Seniors Dillon Fitzgerald, RaeChelle James, Jordan Brown, Cayla Cade, Trinity Newsome, Sierra Sweeney and J'TA Freeman, along with BMHS Principal, Dr. Nigel Traylor and WMAC: Broadcast Journalism Moderator, Mr. Lou Holder. 
J'TA Freeman '19 recently was featured in the Catholic Standard as a result of her election as a District of Columbia Youth Mayor.
Join us for this year's Fall Musical! The BMHS Theatre Program presents Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Tickets are on sale now - you can purchase them online. Click for more information!
Enjoy the November 9th video edition of Mustangs News in a Minute with Sierra Sweeney '19, Jordan Tucker '19, and Nailah Chambers '19.
Enjoy this Mustang Movie Review segment where Cayla Cade '19 reviews new releases from the theater and Netflix, such as the movie "The Hate U Give" a powerful film directed by George Tillman Jr. and written by Audrey Wells, based on critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling young adult novel of the same name by Angie Thomas.
Don't miss this great opportunity to attend the Bishop McNamara High School 6-Sunday 2019 Winter Softball Clinic starting January 6 and running until February 10, 2019 here on the School Campus.
Women's Basketball player from Bishop McNamara High School, Jakia Brown-Turner '19, among ESPN.com's 12 high school stars who belong on your radar according to ESPN.com.
  • Nov 16, 2018
    • Kairos 44
    • Fall Musical 7:00 PM
Bishop McNamara High School
6800 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD 20747
Phone: 301.735.8401
Fax: 301.735.0934

 

 
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