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Baltimore Design School provides many tools and extracurricular activities for students to flourish in and out of the classroom.

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Brehonna Brehon, Graphic Design

A senior in the Graphic Design and Interactive Media pathway, Brehonna is nearing the finish. “My decision to go to the Baltimore Design School (BDS) has been one of the best and most influential decisions I have made thus far in my life.”

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Baltimore Design School - Student Story - Brehonna Brehon

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Baltimore Design School - Student Story - Blair Hall
Blair Hall

Grade 11, Fashion Design

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Baltimore Design School - Student Story - Destiny Bennett
Destiny Bennett

Grade 10, Architecture

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Lydia Randall

Grade 12, Architecture

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Student Gallery
Baltimore Design School student gallery dress construction from Chance Mason
Work By

Chance Mason

Grade

11, Fashion

Title of Work

Dress Construction

Medium

Fabric & Notions

Description

Utilizing the design thinking process, we created an original design and used our new pattern-making skills to make the design come to life.

Baltimore Design School student gallery featuring work from Blair Hall
Work By

Blair Hall

Grade

11, Fashion

Title of Work

Client Customization

Medium

Fabric & Notions

Description

We were assigned the task of creating a fashion apron for a peer who was researching their interests and then using the design thinking process to customize the piece to their liking.

Baltimore Design School student gallery - fashion design work from Blair Hall
Work By

Blair Hall

Grade

11, Fashion

Title of Work

Pin Cushions

Medium

Fabric & Notions

Description

We made patterns, cut fabric and then practiced overcast, running and back stitch techniques, as well as hand-sewing to create these pin cushions.

Baltimore Design School student gallery - Illustration from Brianna Kelly
Work By

Briana Kelly

Grade

11, Graphic Design

Title of Work

5-Year Vision Boards

Medium

Color pencils and pen

Description

We had to describe our five-year goals and then illustrate the process of getting there. We had a defined space to work with, so we needed to use the design thinking process to convert our thoughts and ideas to paper to deliver a clear message.

Baltimore Design School student gallery - The Tree Pavilion Project from Lydia Randall
Work By

Lydia Randall

Grade

12, Architecture

Title of Work

Tree Pavilion

Medium

Wood

Description

The Tree Pavilion project was for the Youth Arts Council (BOPA) at Artscape. This was special because I got to collaborate and build what we designed.

Baltimore Design School student gallery - architecture work from Lydia Randall
Work By

Lydia Randall

Grade

12, Architecture

Title of Work

Axonometric Perspective

Medium

Pencil

Description

This was an architectural drafting assignment to practice axonometric perspective. We were given just one flight; however, I decided to extend it to three.

Baltimore Design School student gallery - tiny house project from Lydia Randall
Work By

Lydia Randall

Grade

12, Architecture

Title of Work

Tiny House

Medium

Model

Description

The tiny house project was one of our first projects that we completed in 10th grade. We learned a lot about functional design and how people move through and use space.

Baltimore Design School student gallery - shirt design from Brehonna Brehon
Work By

Brehonna Brehon

Grade

12, Graphic Design

Title of Work

Free Minds Free People conference t-shirt

Medium

Screen Printing

Description

These are finalized t-shirt and tank top designs that I created for the Free Minds Free People conference.

Baltimore Design School student work from Morgan Alexander
Work By

Morgan Alexander

Grade

12, Fashion

Title of Work

Vintage Elements

Medium

Fabric & notions

Description

Students were tasked with taking a vintage pattern and adding modern elements to it. Morgan took the vintage gown and changed the sleeves on the final product give it a contemporary flair. The fabric is from a boutique shop in NY, and the original pattern was sourced from the BDS pattern bank.

Baltimore Design School student gallery 3-layer drawing from Destiny Bennett
Work By

Destiny Bennett

Grade

10, Architecture

Title of Work

Axonometric Perspective

Medium

Pencil

Description

Students were tasked with a detailed 3-layer drawing of a staircase demonstrating scale, angle, depth and height.

Baltimore Design School student gallery illustration from Destiny Bennett
Work By

Destiny Bennett

Grade

10, Architecture

Title of Work

Free time

Medium

Pencil

Description

In her free time, Destiny enjoys sketching and photography. This is one of her recent freelance drawings.

Clubs and Sports

Find the activity that's right for you

BDS & MICA Mural Project (MS & HS)
Mondays from 3:25–4:20PM in Room 314
Gay Straight Alliance (MS & HS)
2 Mondays per month in Room 414
Middle School National Jr. Honor Society
2nd Wednesdays of the month in Room 330
Robotics (MS)
Mondays & Wednesdays in Room 430
Sewing Club (MS & HS)
Mondays & Wednesdays in Room 318
Zine Club (HS)
Wednesdays in Room 402
Track & Field (MS)
Spring Semester, Room 418
National Art Honor Society (grades 10-12)
Every other Monday in Room 414
In Fashion We Trust: Fashion Publication (HS)
Wednesdays & Fridays in Room 207
FAB = Fashion and Beauty Models, Inc. (HS)
Wednesdays in Room 207
ELA Coach Class
Tuesdays with Your ELA Teacher
Math Coach Class
Thursdays with Your Math Teacher
Social Design/Behavioral Health Systems Project
Fridays in Room 414
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