PEAC Scholars

Welcome to the Magruder High School PEAC Scholars Page!

  PEAC grads 2016PEAC Field TRip 2016     PEAC Welcome Night

 

     

Pursuing Excellence in the Academic Curricula

PEAC Scholars is an inter-disciplinary, four-year college-preparatory cohort. Its focus is on independent learning and the development of sophisticated written and oral communication skills with an emphasis on critical thinking.

Who is a PEAC Scholar? 

 

 

PEAC Scholars...

¨ have clearly demonstrated  potential to develop high-level communication skills.  

¨ are committed to essential learning and academic excellence.

¨ are capable and willing to face and persevere through academic challenges 

¨ are willing to take responsibility for independent learning and thinking and have the ability to act as self-advocates.

¨ possess a natural curiosity.

¨ value organization and time management.

¨ are able to maintain both the academic and behavioral requirements of the program.

- are able to maintain a 3.5 unweighted GPA through their senior year.

 

*Students currently enrolled in private schools who plan on enrolling at Magruder High School for their 9th or 10th grade year need to contact the Coordinator of Academy Programs, Mr. Andrew Brown.

 

  

 

                                                                                 

PEAC Scholars Advanced High School Night Presentation at Redland October 5, 2017

 

Middle School Presentation

Current 8th Grade Student Application Process

 

 PEAC Scholars Parent Info Evening: 

On Tuesday, November 28th, 2017, Magruder High School will  host a PEAC Informational Night in the auditorium from 6:30-7:30PM. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Andrew Brown at Andrew_R_Brown@mcpsmd.org.

 

 PEAC Brochure 2018-19

 

Senior PEAC Capstone Project  

 

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