Upcoming Events

Wed, February 21
9th Grade Parent Meeting

Fri, February 23
Childrens Theater - Mat

Sat, February 24
Childrens Theater - Mat
Childrens Theater - Mat

Sun, February 25
Childrens Theatre - Mat

Wed, February 28
Blue Day
Instrumental Concert

Thu, March 1
Silver Day

Fri, March 2
Early release day for all students
Swing Night

Tue, March 6
ES Science Night

Thu, March 8
College Daze

Fri, March 9
Fall Show

Sat, March 10
Fall Show

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James Hubert Blake HS 



  • Go Dog Go

    Go Dog Go, based on the popular children’s book by P.D. Eastman, is a look at a day in the life of 10 energetic dogs. Watch as they play, work, drive cars, and dance! The show is appropriate for dog lovers of all ages, but especially for those under the age of 10.
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  • AP Registration - January 29 to February 28

    For the 2017 AP exams, students at James Hubert Blake High School will register online. This registration will take a few minutes and can be completed from any device with internet access.
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  • Opportunities for Girls in CS and Cyber

    Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory hosts Girl Power, a STEM expo for middle and high school girls, with support from the Maryland Space Business Roundtable and The Women's Giving Circle of Howard County. The event features hands-on activities, cool demonstrations, and take-home material for the girls to encourage an interest in STEM careers.
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  • Congratulations to the Blake Debate Team!

    On Thursday, February 15th, several Blake seniors advanced to the final 16 in the debate tournament. Dhruva Someshwar and Jack O’Grady made it to the quarter finals, and Keza Levine/Callan Logan and Elias Boussouf/Claire Nelson made it to the semifinals.
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  • Safety Protocols at Blake

     Safety Protocols at Blake Many of us are asking about Blake's safety protocol following the horrific shootings in Florida - in MCPS schools, there are shelter-in-place and lock down drills required to be conducted regularly (there are 6 different drills each practiced once a year). The Blake security team and admi
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  • Blake to Offer Mock ACT on March 17

    Blake will offer a practice ACT on March 17 from 8 am to 11:30 a.m. in the school cafeteria. This test is proctored like an actual test except your score won't go on record! Cost is $5. Space is limited, so please reserve your seat.
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  • Olney's Got Talent

    Got Talent?  Share it!  Olney Days' newest event is Olney's Got Talent.  All ages and acts are welcome to participate and can be individual or groups.  Do you... Sing? Rap? Play an instrument? Juggle? Perform Magic? Tell jokes?  Dance?  Whistle the Star Spangle Banner?  Maybe something nobody knows you can do?   If yes, then join the fun.
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  • Importance of The Flu Shot

    The flu shot is something that everyone needs to get, especially in a year like this, where the flu is especially dangerous.
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  • Honoring Contributions to Special Education

    The Special Education Committee of the Montgomery County Council of PTAs (MCCPTA) is giving out recognition to individuals who have contributed to the success and acceptance of students with special needs. The ceremony is being held at Rockville Highschool on May 14. People who are eligible for this recognition is any MCPS staff, parents, students, and programs.
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  • Swing Night

    Do you love music? Want to support BHS music students? Then come join us at James Hubert Blake High School on Friday, March 2 for their Annual Swing Night event. 
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  • Annual Blake PTSA Book Sale and First Open Mic!

    The Blake PTSA relies on it’s annual Book Sale to support amazing programs that enrich our entire community. And we can’t do it without YOUR support. Don't forget to drop off your used books at Blake! Our bin is right outside the entrance so it's super easy to do.
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  • Student Transfer Application Season - February 1 to April 1

    Montgomery County parents who wish to request a change in school assignment for their children from their home school may begin the process during transfer season, which is held from February 1 through April 1.
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  • Spring Sports Registration

    MCPS has transitioned to a new ONLINE registration process for athletics. The online registration window for Spring sports will open on February 1st. Below is information that parents and students need to know.
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  • Choose Respect Montgomery PSA Video Contest

    The Choose Respect video PSA contest is now accepting entries; winners could receive up to $1,000 cash for a 1-minute video. This contest challenges teens to create an original public service announcement video to promote awareness of dating abuse and domestic violence among teens. Submission deadline is Friday, March 16, 2018.
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  • NAACP PARENT COUNCIL 2018 Black History Month Celebration

    This year, the Blake NAACPPC Welcome our Blake HS Students to celebrate this year's Black History Month by participating in a variety of activities that showcase their passions and talents.
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  • PTSA Meeting Change

     PTSA Meeting Change Our regularly scheduled PTSA meeting (3/20) is being combined with the March 8 College Daze event (since college readiness/preparation is the topic parents most want to hear about)  Please join us MARCH 8 @7pm in the Amphitheater for a panel discussion with Blake counseling and Admission
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  • Spring internship opportunities on Homework Hotline Live!

    MCPS-TV is currently looking for four additional high school students to participate as members of our Homework Hotline Live (HHL) TV production crew from now through April 26th. 
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  • United We Learn: All Means All Contest

    Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) celebrates its diversity while being committed to ensuring that every student has access to the opportunities and resources needed to be successful in their futures. Superintendent
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  • Doodle 4 Google Contest

    Calling all artists! Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the 2018 Doodle 4 Google contest, and create an uplifting doodle that tells the world “What inspires me.”
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  • Engineering Innovation - Hopkins Pre-College Summer Program

    The Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation Summer (EI) Program is looking for motivated high school students interested in learning more about a career in engineering.EI is the summer version of a freshman cour
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