Owings Mill graduation

Pomp and Circumstance

Congratulations, High School Class of 2014!

More than 6,700 seniors graduated from Baltimore County’s 24 public high schools and three special education schools this year. Randallstown High School’s ceremony took place on May 27, the first day for graduations. Pikesville High was held on May 29; Woodlawn High and Catonsville High on May 30; Owings Mills High and Milford Mill Academy on June 1; Western School of Technology and Environmental Science and Franklin High on June 2; and New Town High on June 3.

In a statement, Superintendent Dallas Dance, who attended each of the high school graduations, said, “Graduation represents the culmination of all the hard work, persistence, vision and creativity for the Class of 2014.”

For the first time, nearly all of the high schools’ graduation exercises was held at either the SECU Center at Towson University or Retriever Activity Center at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Class of 2014, By the Numbers
The number of graduating seniors by school:
Catonsville High 417
Franklin High 356
Milford Mill Academy 325
New Town High 215
Owings Mills High220
Pikesville High 215
Randallstown High 243
Western School of Technology 206
Woodlawn High 297

Owings Mills graduation photo by Baltimore County Public Schools