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    Welcome Alumni

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  • WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

     

  • Whether a famous face or an accomplished alumni, Prince George’s County Public Schools is proud of their graduates who have excelled in their careers or made contributions to their community.

  • Jim Henson

    Puppeteer, Artist
    Northwestern High School
    Class of 1970

    Sugar Ray  Leonard

    Boxer
    Parkdale High School
    Class of 1974

    Martin Lawrence

    Actor/Comedian
    Eleanor Roosevelt High School
    Class of 1984

    Taraji P. Henson

    Actress
    Oxon Hill High School
    Class of 1988

    Mya Harrison

    Actress/Singer
    Eleanor Roosevelt High School
    Class of 1996

    Kathie Lee Gifford

    Television Host, Singer, News Reporter
    Bowie High School
    1971

  • What They're Saying

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  • I met some of my most dearest friends and favorite teachers at PGCPS. I can remember my experiences singing in the Largo High School Choir under the direction of Dr.Jeremiah Murphy. We had more than two hundred members and traveled to London, England as well as other places across the United States. I am a proud alumni of PGCPS, which makes it even more fulfilling to now be working in this district serving students.

    - Alexis Pike, Largo High School, Class of 1997

    I attended Arrowhead ES, James Madison MS and, Frederick Douglass HS. The dedicated teachers and leaders became my treasured mentors and colleagues when I began teaching. I truly give credit to my PGCPS experiences for preparing me for college and the life that followed.

    - Andrea M. Thomas-Munson, Frederick Douglass High School, Class of 1985

    When I think about all of the teachers, administrators, staff members and experiences in my life that have contributed to where I am in my career today, my education through PGCPS definitely stands out. The dedication and commitment of my former teachers and administrators was top notch.Twenty years later, many of those individuals still hold positions in this County and I can now call them colleagues. I am not only a product of PGCPS, but now a dedicated employee of the same system that taught me as a youngster!

    - Marissa Thomas, Bowie High School, Class of 1996

    My experiences as a student were enlightening and prepared me for life. I appreciated the diversity in teachers and seeing others who looked like me. There were many opportunities to explore various programs such as biotechnology, computer technology, performing arts, and so much more. I believe in PGCPS!

    - Warren Palmer, II, Eleanor Roosevelt High School 2004