Head of the Class

May 26, 2011

Michael Buckless, of Perry Hall, son of Dennis and Peggy Buckless, was recently accepted into Phi Eta Sigma, the national freshman honor society, at Salisbury University. Buckless is a freshman majoring in marketing. He is a member of the Lacrosse Club, the Student Government Association and also a dean's list student. Buckless is a 2010 graduate of Loch Raven High School.

Baltimore County Public Schools honored 124 seniors in the Career and Technology Education program during an April 27 banquet at Martin's West, in Woodlawn.

Student Honorees:

Overlea High School

Britneé Harris — arts, media and communication; Kaala Harrilal — business management and finance; Lisa Ajuzie — human resource services; Brennan Gonnerman — JROTC Marine Corps and Ebony Demby — school to career transition.

Parkville High School

Michael Dunn — advanced technology education; Scott Anthony Murray — arts, media and communication; Brandon Reynolds — business management and finance; Kimberly Gamble — consumer services, hospitality and tourism; Stephen A. Walters — JROTC-Marine Corps and Bethany Evianiak — school to career transition.

Perry Hall High School

Richard Serpe — business management and finance; Dennis Smith — construction and development; Amy Reddy — human resource services and Danielle Krastel — school to career transition.

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