Dulaney High School Facts

  • Dulaney was named a Maryland Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 1995.
  • In Spring 2005, Dulaney was ranked among the top 1% of public high schools in the nation by Newsweek magazine.
  • National Merit Scholars: Class of 2005 - 4; Class of 2006 - 4
  • National Merit Commended Students: Class of 2005 - 39; Class of 2006 - 23
  • Maryland Distinguished Scholars: Class of 2005 - 36; Class of 2006 - 58
  • Dulaney offers the most Advanced Placement courses in the county: AP United States History, AP European History, AP Macro and Micro Economics, AP United States Government, AP Psychology, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics C. AP Environmental Science, AP English Language, AP English Literature, AP Calculus I/II, AP Calculus III, AP Statistics, AP Computer Science, AP French, AP Spanish, AP Latin, AP Studio Art I and II, AP Photography, AP Music Theory.
  • In Spring 2005, 438 Dulaney students took 975 AP exams. Of this number, 85% scored a 3, 4, or 5 on the exams. In 2004-05, 67% of our seniors and 42% of our juniors were enrolled in at least one AP course.
  • SAT average combined score: Class of 2002 - 1138; Class of 2003 - 1134; Class of 2004 - 1140; Class of 2005 -1132. Five year average of 1136. In 2004-05, 85% of our seniors took the SAT.
  • In 2004-05 172 students received AP Scholar designation: 61 AP Scholars; 27 AP Scholars with Honors; 68 AP Scholars with Distinction; and 16 National AP Scholars.
  • We offer world language courses through level six in French, Spanish, and Latin.
  • All students have access to any course or experience at Dulaney High School.
  • Over 45% of Dulaney students earned honor roll status in 2004-05.
  • Dulaney offers over 70 different clubs and organizations for students to join.
  • Dulaney provides a full interscholastic athletic program for both males and females. In the 2004-05 school year, our teams won 2 state championships, 12 division championships, 12 county championships, participated in six regional championship games, and one girl cross state runner-up.
  • Eighty percent (80%) of our athletes received all-academic awards in 2004-05.
  • The Griffin, our school newspaper, has received the following awards from Scholastic Press Association at Columbia University School of Journalism: 2003 - gold medal; 2004 - gold medal; 2005 - silver medal.
  • Sequel, our literary magazine, has received the following awards: Gold Medalist Certificate, Columbia Scholastic Press Association, 2004-2005; All American, National Scholastic Press Association, 1993-2004; All Southern, Southern Scholastic Press Association, 1993-2005.
  • In 2005-06, 58 students were selected to the Baltimore County Honors Band, Orchestra, or Chorus. In 2004-05, five students were selected to the All-State Band; seven students were selected to the All-State Chorus.