The Montgomery Blair High School Human Service Professions
At Blair Lanyards
are Orange Lanyards Printed with White Color Ink.
Lanyard straps are
orange color heavy duty models. Total lanyard straps length: 36", with silk
screen imprinted white color logo. Lanyard hardware attachments: metal swivel
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"Montgomery Blair High School Human Service Professions Academy
In today’s multicultural society, students who have the heart, mind and desire to serve their community must be versed in the languages and cultures of their community as well as the general psychology of human behavior. Skilled service to the community demands both specialized knowledge and the genuine expression of commitment to others. This Academy will provide students with career guidance, support, and training in the areas of Education and Social Services, Public Safety and Law, and Human Performance.
A Short History of Montgomery Blair
Montgomery Blair High School (MBHS) serves the diverse population of Silver Spring, Maryland, in Montgomery County, just outside of Washington, DC. Montgomery Blair High School's precursor was Takoma-Silver Spring High School, founded in 1925. It opened with eighty-six students and five faculty members, including the principal, Mrs. Evalene Beebe. Three years later, the Board of Education decided to expand the school to include a junior high school.
By the mid 1930's, the school was getting large enough that it was determined to split the junior and senior high schools, and a new high school was constructed "miles from anywhere." The high school moved, along with its seal, ring, song, traditions, and colors (red and white) in March 1935. The new school was named after Montgomery Blair, Abraham Lincoln's Postmaster General and lawyer for Dred Scott before the Supreme Court.
After World War II, the population of suburban Maryland grew by leaps and bounds, and Blair found itself by a growing downtown Silver Spring, instead of miles from anywhere. Its student population grew from 714 in 1946 to 1,323 five years later. The school expanded its campus over the next decades, and today it houses close to 3,000 students, the county's largest enrollment.
With the continuing expansion of the Silver Spring area in recent years, and the annexation of Prince George's County part of Takoma Park into Montgomery County, the Blair population may reach 3,000 by the turn of the century. With this in mind, the County has built a new Blair High School at the corner of Colesville Road and University Boulevard in the Four Corners area of Silver Spring. The school opened for the 1998-99 school year.
Blair houses Montgomery County Public Schools' Communication Arts Program (CAP), a humanities and media program, and Science, Mathematics, Computer Science Magnet Program."
|Specifications: 5/8" Silk Screen Imprinted Montgomery Blair High School Human Service Professions Academy Custom Lanyards.|
|1. Width of Lanyards:||5/8".|
|2. Length of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:||36". Optional Length: Any custom length available, like 12", 14",18",20",22",24",32",42",48" and more.|
|3. Lanyard Webbing/Straps Material:||High quality and heavy duty polyester webbing, non-wrinkle lanyard straps.|
|4. Colors of Lanyard Webbing/Straps:||
|5. Type of Logo:||Silk screen imprinted.|
|6. Imprint Colors:||White color.|
|7. Font of Text Logo:||Arial Font, Lanyard artwork designed by our artist.|
|8. Lanyard Hardware Attachments:||Metal Swivel Hooks (J-Hooks).|
|9. Available Standard and Optional Lanyard Hardware Attachments:||
|10. Lanyard Applications:||Used as Montgomery Blair High School Human Service Professions Academy Student Name Badge Holder Lanyards.|
|11. Lanyard Minimum Order:||100 Pieces.|
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