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Springbrook Math Team Leads Region

After ten meets, a combination of individual, group and power questions Springbrook’s Math team finished with a total score of 116 points. Over twice as many points as the next school in the consortium. Throughout Montgomery County they have the 9th highest score out of the 25 high schools that participated. Please give a congratulations to the following students who participated throughout this season. 


Team A

1. Aaron Bloom

2. Iko Esemoto

3. Kaman Leong

4. Sarah Rhim

5. Andy Truong


Team B and Alternates

1. Tom Petrick

2. Flint Wright

3. Ebenezer Arunkumar

4. Brooke Pohly

5. Jake Dunn

6. Hu Ho


-Coach Michael Price


Sources of Strength

NAMI Montgomery County, the community's largest grassroots mental health organization, has been providing free mental health education, support and advocacy to our community since 1978. Springbrook was chosen as one of four schools in the county to receive training and become a program site. Sources of Strength is a peer-led program that promotes healthy life skills and resilience among middle school and high school students (see attached handout). This program is already implemented in over 700 schools across the country, and NAMI Montgomery County is pleased to bring the program to our community! We hope to eventually bring this program to all high schools in Montgomery County. For more information click on the press release or brochure below: Press Release | Brochure  


Springbrook Peer Mediation Program

Starting this month, peer mediation will be available for all Springbrook students. Peer mediators are good listeners, dependable, honest, & trustworthy. They help two students who are having a problem work things out so both sides come out winning.

  • Interested in training to become a peer mediator? Speak to Ms. Cohen in Room G307 or Mrs. Giddens in Room E105
  • Interested in applying for peer mediation assistance? Click here to send a confidential request, or, if you prefer, paper request forms are also located in the media center and guidance.

First Semester Final Exam Schedule

Below is the final examination schedule by class period and day for the first semester. A contingency schedule follows, in case of inclement weather, along with the bus schedule for exam week buses. Students who do not have an exam for a particular class or do not have a make-up exam have the option of not reporting to school during that time.





7:25 am – 2:10 pm EXAM REVIEW DAY 







7:25 am – 9:35 am FIRST EXAM (per. 1, 3, 5, 7) 

9:35 am – 9:55 amBREAK 

10:00 am – 12:10 pm SECOND EXAM (per. 2, 4, 6, HS+) 

12:10 pm Dismissal 

12:30 pm Departure by exam week buses with boarding pass* 

12:10 pm – 2:10 pm Study period in cafeteria for students without transportation 

2:10 pm Departure by regular buses for students who do not take exam week buses and do not have other transportation 















MAKE-UP EXAMS – Students must schedule with individual teachers in advance.

2015 sem1 exams 
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Math Team Extends Lead in the consortium

Last week, Springbrook’s Math team hosted Meet number 7 and had another strong performance. Springbrook was first place with a score of 14. Paint Branch came in second with a score of 7. Below are the current standings. Springbrook is still number 1 in the NEC!  - Math Team Coach Mr. Price

School Points
Springbrook        74
Walter Johnson 68
Watkins Mill 65
Gaithersburg 61
Paint Branch 40
Rockville 39
Wheaton 29
Seneca Valley 26
Northwest 24
Kennedy 20

Springbrook and Lenovo Kick-Off an “App-”mazing Partnership

On Friday, November 21, 2014, Springbrook High School welcomed Lenovo Executives, staff from the National Academy Foundation (the parent organization of the Academy of Information Technology (AOIT)), staff from the Montgomery County Public Schools’ Foundations Office, and staff and students into one of their advanced computer classes. The purpose of this gathering was to celebrate the commencement of Springbrook’s AOIT partnership with Lenovo and students’ participation in the Lenovo Scholar Network, a program to enhance students’ technical and entrepreneurial skills. 

Earlier this year, Springbrook’s AOIT students, along with nine other schools across the country, won the opportunity to participate in this prestigious program where students compete against each other in designing, developing, and marketing a mobile applications. To aid in this competition, Lenovo donates ThinkPad Laptops and Yoga tablets to schools. As of November, students are currently in the design and testing phase of their apps. As part of their partnership, Lenovo executives and AOIT staff visited Springbrook to show support to students and see their progress. 

 As students showcased their apps, Steve Boden, coordinator of the Foundations Office noted, “This is a wonderful opportunity for our students. They are able to have a rigorous curriculum and learn advanced computer skills. Students also learn how to do product testing and marketing to consumers. They are putting their acquired skills to use and are acting as entrepreneurs while having the guidance and expertise of MCPS instructors and Lenovo volunteers. The experience provides them with an exciting learning environment while allowing them to acquire skills that will benefit them in their post-secondary education and in their careers.

-MCPS Foundations Office 

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2014 Beat the Odds Scholarship Winner

From the news release (click picture to right for video): "Monica Chica is an amazing young woman. She was born and raised in El Salvador. Just two years ago, when she was fifteen years old, Monica arrived to USA, and didn't know a word of English. Not only did she learn a new language in a new school in a new country, her first year she moved from English language learner into regular classes then honors and AP classes, skipped a grade and played a varsity sport she'd never played before. And that's not all. Monica has had to endure poverty, the loss of her old life in El Salvador and separation from her best friend, her mother. With wisdom far beyond her years, Monica says, "The most important lesson I've learned is that being happy is not about having with you what you loved in the past, but learning to love what you have in the present."

Watch Monica's incredible story. Learn more about Children's Defense Fund's Beat the Odds program 



Springbrook Hall of Fame

The Springbrook Hall of Fame committee is now looking for nominees for the Springbrook Athletic Hall of Fame. Deadline to apply is March 1st, 2015.   Please see this link for the form and rules.   Springbrook High School opened in 1960 and has a rich history in terms of athletics. 


 Last Year'sInaugural Class of 2014 Springbrook Athletic Hall of Fame 



Cindy Baruch             Joe Behrmann                Tom Brosius 

John Bunting             Loren Danielson             Cathy Fox 

Jeri Ingram                Bob Milloy                        Robert Parry 

Ed Peterson               Mike Strittmater             Tyler Wolfram.

Posted: 11/6/2014


National Merit and National Achievement Scholars

Congratulations to Springbrook senior Patrick Regan Fanelli for earning the notable distinction of Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. 16,000 students, or less than 1% of the 1.5 million students, who take the PSAT are notified that they have qualified as Semifinalists. They are the highest scoring entrants in each state. Patrick will continue on to the finalist round and may be eligible for one of 7,600 Merit Scholarships which total over $33 Million. In addition, seniors Aaron Bloom, Gustavo Quintero, and Andrew Sumner also scored in the top 5% of all test-takers of the PSAT. They will receive the distinction of Commended National Merit Students.

Congratulations to senior Damali Rollins on earning the notable distinction of Semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. 1,600 Black American students were designated Semifinalists out of 160,000 and are the highest-scoring entrants in each state. Those semifinalists will compete in the spring for 800 scholarships totaling over $2.5 million.

Click Here for more information about the National Merit Program.

Updated 9/25/14


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