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African dancers celebrate Black History Month at Patterson

May 10, 2017
African dancers celebrate Black History Month at Patterson

Patterson High School hosted a group of Imani dancers on February 24, 2017, to celebrate the history of African Americans as part of Black History Month. It was an exciting event that Patterson High School students enjoyed, as they have testified. “I liked the dance and music. It was fantastic.” a Patterson student, Jonas, said.

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Patterson band performs at City Festival

May 10, 2017
Patterson band performs at City Festival

The Patterson band had been working hard all semester to perfect their songs, and they took their talents to City College High School on March 29, where they were in the yearly City Festival with several schools, including Carver and a couple of middle schools. It was not really a competition; it was more like a showcase of skills.

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Ravens player plays chess with Baltimore students

January 22, 2017
Ravens player plays chess with Baltimore students

A special chess event took place at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School on October 10, 2016. An NFL guest, Ravens player John Urschel, came in and played with students from multiple schools, including Patterson, Dunbar, and two other schools.

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Winter Concert showcases musical talent at Patterson

January 21, 2017
Winter Concert showcases musical talent at Patterson

A winter concert was held in the auditorium on Thursday, December 22nd, 2016 at 6pm. Music teacher Ms.Williams directed the entire show and there were dozens of students preforming in front of parents, teachers and other students.

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Baltimore City Schools should have more interactive field days

December 13, 2016

By: Christian Pietrowski Baltimore City Public schools aren’t as interactive as people may think. I think every city school should have at least one field day where the students go outside and play games and interact with each other. In other Maryland districts every school from elementary to High school do field days at least […]

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Patterson continues tradition with 6th annual community fair

October 16, 2016
Patterson continues tradition with 6th annual community fair

Patterson High School had its 6th annual Back to School Night and Community Fair on the evening of September 22, 2016. Students, teachers and family members met together in the cafeteria to share a night of fun.

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BONUS CONTENT: Student Bookbinding Contest winners

May 11, 2016
Amy Artiga_Mother Syndrome_Book Cover

Here are the cover pages and inside spreads from all of the winners of the Patterson bookbinding contest. More information is available on the front page of the May 2016 print edition of the Patterson Press.

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5th Annual Patterson Community Fair Welcomes Students Back For Another Great Year

January 5, 2016
5th Annual Patterson Community Fair Welcomes Students Back For Another Great Year

By Valerie Flores Patterson High hosted its 5th annual Community Fair on September 24, 2015, in the cafeteria to welcome new students and old students back for another great school year. As always, there were so many people, from jobs like State Farm, to after-school programs that we have here at our school, like the […]

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Tale Of A Little Fish Boy (FICTION)

May 7, 2015

An original short story by Jamal Artis

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Incarceration does not deter drug use, student survey suggests

January 11, 2015

This semester, our Creative Writing class received a visit from Ms. Kelly Burke, Patterson’s Sr. Rehabilitation Therapist through the Department of Community Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She spoke with us about drugs and how they can affect our minds and bodies.

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Patterson holds pep rally for Homecoming game

January 6, 2015
The varsity football team lays the Douglass Ducks mascot to rest. (Photo: Jamal Artis, Patterson Press)

Today at Patterson, we had fun! Everybody gathered together in the auditorium and watched the sports teams celebrate the Homecoming Football games. The first team on the stage was the boys’ soccer team. The second group to take the stage was the cross country team. Third, the volleyball team and lastly, the boys football team sang, chanted, and danced.

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Maasai Warriors Visit Patterson

December 16, 2014
Masai warriors perform a traditional dance in the media center (Photo: Laxmi Magar)

There were Maasai warriors dancing at Patterson High School in the Media Center on November 12 . All of the dancers were men, but they looked like women because their traditional clothing resembled dresses. They came from a country in Africa called Kenya. The mountain district called Kirinyaga is where the Maasai live. They are a popular and traditional culture.

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