Eastern Technical High School

Eastern Technical High School (ETHS) is a 1997, 2009, and 2010 Maryland Blue Ribbon High School, a 2010 National Blue Ribbon High School, and a 1999 USDE New American High School located in Essex, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. Along with their regular classes, students enrolled at this magnet school participate in a career major of their choosing. Academic areas include Allied Health, Business Management and Finance, Construction Management, Culinary Arts, Engineering Careers, Information Technology, Law Related Careers, Interactive Media Production and the Teacher Academy of Maryland. The school features a variety of sports teams for both girls and boys. In addition, the school offers various clubs like the National Honor Society, Science Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, a concert band, yearly drama productions by the Theater Club, and other such organizations.

Eastern Technical High School
1100 Mace Avenue


United States
Coordinates39°19′31″N 76°28′22″W / 39.32528°N 76.47278°W / 39.32528; -76.47278Coordinates: 39°19′31″N 76°28′22″W / 39.32528°N 76.47278°W / 39.32528; -76.47278
TypePublic high school
Motto" A School Like No Other"
Color(s)Orange and black    

Eastern Technical High School used to be known as Eastern Vocational Technical High School (EVT, Eastern Voc-Tech), but due to lack of participation in the vocational program and an increased demand for technology education, the vocational program was removed and the school was renamed in 1994. Unlike the other high schools in the area, Eastern Tech is not districted – it is not a "home" high school for any students regardless of location. All students must apply, take an entrance exam, and meet certain standards for acceptance to the school.

Academic performanceEdit

On June 19, 2011, Newsweek Magazine ranks Eastern Tech as the #736 school in the nation, tops in Baltimore County.[1]


Eastern Technical High School is known for the success of several of its sports teams.

In 2005 the Varsity Baseball Team won the school's first ever State Championship and just a few months later the Girls Varsity Soccer Team Won the second. [1]

Eastern Tech lacks a 400-meter track as well as the number of fields that many high schools have and, as a result, many teams practice on other campuses around the Essex area, such as the neighboring Kenwood High School or CCBC Essex. The school's mascot is the Maverick. The school colors are orange and black.

Though Eastern Tech has no home track, they have still produced state champions in a number of track events.

State Championships

  • 1987 - Wrestling, Class AA-A
  • 2005 - Baseball, Class 2A
  • 2005 - Girls Soccer, Class 2A
  • 2007 - Baseball, Class 2A
  • 2009 - Football, Class 2A[2]
  • 2014 - Softball, Class 2A[3]
  • 2017 - Boys Soccer, Class 2A[citation needed]

Notable alumniEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "America's Best High Schools". The Daily Beast. 2011-06-19. Archived from the original on October 16, 2011. Retrieved 2011-10-20.
  2. ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/highschool/rise/football/news/story?id=4713184
  3. ^ http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2014-05-23/sports/bs-va-sp-eastern-tech-easton-softball-final-0524-20140523_1_eastern-tech-jordan-cargile-bre-casper
  4. ^ Britto, Brittany (24 September 2018). "Baltimore native Ego Nwodim joins 'Saturday Night Live' cast". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 28 September 2018.

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