Elizabeth Levien as a high school student
Elizabeth Levien (Chemistry/ AP Environmental Science Teacher)
Elizabeth Levien details her passions for teaching and how it hasn't always been the easiest path.
Ruby Borz Humans of Blair
Humans of Blair: Frogs, Flowers, and the Foreign Service
Melissa Young explains what her position at Montgomery Blair High School entails.
Meera Kochar McCabe discusses her experiences as a member of Blair Stage Crew.
Sophomore Sarah Blum shares her most important piece of advice.
Ms. Warner opens up about the most influential person in her life.
Long Lam immigrated from Vietnam and had to adjust to school in the United States
"When I was five I wanted to be a fashion designer, but that changed when I came to America. I want to study astronomy and be an astronomer but I am thinking of getting a minor in fashion design."
"Au début j'avais honte de mon accent, mais maintenant je trouve que c'est un avantage de pouvoir communiquer avec des différentes parties du monde."
Isabel Hernandez-Cata, the choral and general music teacher at Blair, grew up with music-loving parents who come from different cultural backgrounds. As a result, Hernandez-Cata has devoted almost all of her life to music and teaching.
Senior Savitri Singh has wanted to become a doctor since she was four years old. Unlike the childhood career fantasies of many, Singh's dream has not left her as she has grown older.
In 2012, Okombi escaped war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo to the U.S. with his family. He enrolled at Blair the summer after, immediately joining the inter-school summer soccer league.
"The best day of my life was at that Blair basketball game."
Sophomore Franck Demou walks into the media center with a confident smile. He packs together with his tight group of friends. Sitting down at a table, he thinks back to long walks during his sunny days in Cameroon.
Tall and blonde, Julia Spies seems like a fairly typical Blair sophomore—except for her German accent. Spies is a German exchange student who will be attending Blair for a whole year.
For Nahn, becoming a doctor, studying hard at science and volunteering isn't just about preparing for the profession she wants. Her grandma in Vietnam was the catalyst that sparked her passion for medicine, science and, most importantly, caring for the sick.
Senior Tauqir Abdullah tiene una manera de hablar que es única en los pasillos de Blair. Él anda y habla suavemente.
Although Abdullah has lived in Japan, the U.S and Australia, Australia (Oz for short) is where he feels most at home.
Senior Marisela Tobar immigrated to the United States when she was 5 years old. Tobar's fun loving attitude has been ever present throughout the complications of life.
Sophomore Aaron Mott sits at a lunch table where his friends call him Victor. He doesn't know why they do that, just one day they did so he went with it.
Junior Eunice Muchemi immigrated to the United States from Kenya in December 2010.
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