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THE DISTINGUISHED WILEY H. BATES

HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ROSTER


Distinquished Bates Alumni Application Form


Cynthia H. (Caldwell) Hamlette

Class of 1964

Administration & Education

BS & MA from Morgan State University
Teacher, Principal, and Supervisor of Instruction in the Anne Arundel County Public School System.
Held positions at MD Sate Dept. of Education and Bowie State University in retirement.

 

Dr. James Avery

Class of 1964

Administration & Education

Professor and Head of Criminal Justice Department at Coppin State College

 

Dr. Linda Hicks Boyd

Class of 1964

Administration & Education

Teacher/Administrator/Principal; Maryland State Board of Education Administrator

 

Doris Gaither Brashears

Class of 1950

Administration & Education

Teacher and Principal in A.A.Co.

 

Larry Brogden

Class of 1962

Administration & Education

Teacher and Football Coach

 

Lorraise Gaither Brooks

Class of 1957

Administration & Education

Teacher and Principal, A.A.Co.

 

Marita Carroll

Class of 1942

Administration & Education

Teacher, Principal, and Civic Activist

 

Dr. Thelma Thomas Daley, PH.D

Class of 1942

Administration & Education

Voted one of the most influential women in the U.S. by Ebony Magazine

 

Alverta E. Darden

Class of 1958

Administration & Education

Taught 3rd grade at Arnold Elementary School for 33 years; a school which was walking distance from her families’ 40 acre farm in Arnold. As a child she was denied enrollment into the school.

 

Sylvia Gaither Richardson Garrison

Class of 1943

Administration & Education

BHS teacher of French and Social Studies; Fulbright Scholar: University of Paris-Sorbonne; community leader: First female president of the Severn Improvement Association

 

Nancy Wood Gist

Class of 1952

Administration & Education

English & Resource Teacher, and Assistant Principal; Member/President and Vice President of the Anne Arundel County School Board (6years); Member and Vice President of the Anne Arundel County Ethics Commission (4years);

 

Laverna Hebron Hall

Class of 1947

Administration & Education

Teacher & Principal in the Anne Arundel County Public School system

 

Patricia Hebron Handy

Class of 1958

Administration & Education

Teacher,A.A.Co.,Owner/ Administrative Director of F.C.Hamilton, Inc., Director of Morgan University Child Care Center

 

Frank Hebron (late)

Class of 1944

Administration & Education

Teacher, Principal and Supervisor of Instruction in Anne Arundel County. He was a lifetime member of the NAACP, the Stanton Bates Alumni Association and the AATA and the Masonic Landmark Lodge#40 at Catonsville, MD; The new Harman Elementary School will be renamed in his memory: “Frank Hebron Elementary School at Harmon”

 

Dr. Preston T. Hebron Jr., PH.D

Class of 1961

Administration & Education

Teacher and Principal, A.A.Co.

 

Shirley Hicks

Class of 1964

Administration & Education

First African- American Female High School Principal and Director of Senior High Schools in Anne Arundel County

 

Otho Johnson

Class of 1948

Administration & Education

Teacher and Principal

 

Wilbur Jones Jr.

Class of 1959

Administration & Education

National Science Foundation Scholar, science teacher for Baltimore City Public School System

 

Gwendolyn Queen Pindell

Class of 1941

Administration & Education

BHS math teacher, Author, <i>Think on These Things</i>

 

Royal Thomas

Class of 1946

Administration & Education

Served as Vice Principal of BHS

 

Dr. Richard C. Thomas Jr. , PH.D

Class of 1947

Administration & Education

First Black Administrator for Baltimore County Public Schools

 

Rose Swann Thompson

Class of 1964

Administration & Education

Teacher, Principal and Community College Professor in Anne Arundel County

 

Dr. Eleanor Queen Tignor

Class of 1954

Administration & Education

English Professor at LaGuardia Community college, and State University of new York

 

Anne Brooks Goodwyn Vintes

Class of 1940

Administration & Education

Math Instructor at BHS and Sponsor of the Beacon Yearbook, and Guidance Counselor at Cochran Elementary School

 

George Trotter

Class of 1965

Administration & Education, Arts & Humanities

Artist, Educator and Administrator; designed the 2006 Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center Flag;

 
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