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Clark School Names Top 25 Source Schools

Clark School Names Top 25 Source Schools


The University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering has released the following list of the Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School:

Aberdeen High School

Archbishop Spalding High School

Atholton High School

Calvert Hall College High School

Centennial High School

Clarksburg High School

Dematha High School

Dulaney High School

Eleanor Roosevelt High School

Huntingtown High School

Marriotts Ridge High School

Montgomery Blair High School         

Mount Hebron High School

North Point High School       

Northwest High School                                              

Poolesville High School                      

Quince Orchard High School 

Richard Montgomery High School    

River Hill High School                         

Severna Park Senior High School

Sherwood High School           

Thomas S. Wootton High School      

Urbana High School   

Winston Churchill High School                                              

Walter Johnson High School                                                             


The schools appear in alphabetical order. The Clark School's Top 25 Source Schools list was launched in 2009, and is now in its fourth year.

September 11, 2013


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