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Hammond High School
The Golden Bear
Motto "Where People Are Important"
Established 1976
Type Public Secondary
Principal Mr. Sterlind S. Burke
Students 1313 (2005–2006)
Grades 9–12
Location 8800 Guilford Road,
Columbia, MD, USA
District Howard County Public Schools
Colors Maroon      and Gold     
Mascot Golden Bear
Newspaper The Bear Press
Website http://www.hammondhs.org

Hammond High School is a public secondary school located in Columbia, Maryland near the Kings Contrivance Village Center. It is south of Maryland Route 32, east of U.S. 29, and west of I-95.

Established in 1976, the school is located in Howard County and is part of the Howard County Public School System. Its maximum capacity is 1,332 students. The school's principal is Mr. Sterlind S. Burke, newly appointed for the 2006–2007 academic year. Hammond was built at the same time and with the same plan as Centennial High.

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Students

The student population at Hammond High School has grown moderately over the past 12 years.

Student population[1]
2010
2009
2008
2007 1,309
2006 1,305
2005 1,341
2004 1,316
2003 1,282
2002 1,322
2001 1,275
2000 1,161
1999 1,134
1998 1,048
1997 978
1996 1,096
1995 1,026
1994 1,016
1993 988

Sports

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Hammond High School currently lists 8 state championships for girls' sports and 5 for boys' sports.

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State Championships

  • 2007- Girls' Softball
  • 2006 - Boys' Soccer [2]
  • 2006 - Wrestling
  • 2005 - Wrestling
  • 1998 - Girls' Soccer [3]
  • 1998 - Wrestling [4]
  • 1995 - Girls' Basketball[5]
  • 1994 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1994 - Girls' Indoor Track 2A-1A [6]
  • 1992 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1991 - Girls' Soccer
  • 1989 - Girls' Soccer
  • 1983 - Boys' Basketball[7]

Notable Alumni

  • Kelly Fenton, Celebrity Supervisor.
  • Erik Johnsen, Actor.
  • Michael Wiles, Music and Entertainment Critic
  • Marshall Porter, Actor
  • Keith Williams, Scholar and Nobleman
  • Zachary Shiflett, lovable existentialist
  • Patrick Daniel - dancer
  • Elizabeth Wunsch - New York Times Bestseller

External links

Official site

References and notes

  1. ^ Maryland State Department of Education [1]
  2. ^ MPSSAA Boy’s Soccer Championships (Tournament History 1969-2007)[2]
  3. ^ MPSSAA Girl’s Soccer Championships (Tournament History 1989-2007)[3]
  4. ^ MPSSAA Wrestling Championships Tournament History 1970-2007[4]
  5. ^ MPSSAA Girls’ Basketball Championships Tournament History 1973-2007[5]
  6. ^ MPSSAA Girl’s Indoor Track and Field State Champions[6]
  7. ^ MPSSAA Boys’ Basketball Championships Tournament History 1947 - 2007[7]

Coordinates: 39°10′00″N 76°51′37″W / 39.1667°N 76.8603°W / 39.1667; -76.8603


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