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Clark School Names 2011-12 Top 25 Source Schools

Clark School Names 2011-12 Top 25 Source Schools


The listing below identifies 25* Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School for the 2011-2012 school year.

In alphabetical order, the schools are:

  • Arundel Senior High School
  • Atholton High School
  • Broadneck Senior High School
  • Calvert Hall College High School
  • Centennial High School
  • Winston Churchill High School
  • Damascus High School
  • Glenelg High School
  • Huntingtown High School
  • Governor Thomas Johnson High School
  • Walter Johnson High School
  • Montgomery Blair High School
  • Richard Montgomery High School
  • Mount Hebron High School
  • Our Lady of Good Counsel High School
  • Poolesville High School
  • Quince Orchard High School
  • River Hill High School
  • Eleanor Roosevelt High School
  • Severna Park Senior High School
  • Sherwood High School
  • South River High School
  • Towson High School
  • Tuscarora High School
  • Urbana High School
  • Westminster High School
  • Thomas Sprigg Wootton High School

*Note that, owing to ties in 2010-2011, there are 27 schools listed.

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October 14, 2011


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