2015 Beat the Streets-Baltimore STEM-Wrestling Camp Application

2015 Beat the Streets-Baltimore STEM-Wrestling Camp Application

Beat the Streets Promotional video

The 2014 Beat the Streets STEM/Wrestling Middle School Camp is scheduled for June 22 – July 3, 2014 and the STEM High School Camp is July 7-18, 2014. This year’s plan is that there will be 2 – two weeks sessions for high school and middle school students. Click the above picture to learn more about the camp

Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford is 13 years old and in the 8th grade at Hamilton Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore, MD. Mervyn is one of the top scholars in his school where he is in the Ingenuity Program for Gifted and Talented students and the National Academic League. He plays baseball, basketball, and wrestling. He is in his second year of wrestling.

BTS participants voted as developing “Best solution” at the My Brothers Keeper-Data Jam

BTS participants voted as developing “Best solution” at the My Brothers Keeper-Data Jam

BTS-Baltimore’s Terrell Armstrong and Nima Sherpa scored at the White House mandated program, My Brother Keeper-Data Jam, held at Georgetown University. The team helped to develop solutions for tackling challenges in high school graduation, college preparedness and violence prevention. One of our groups also was voted as having the best solution in the one day event.


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Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford is 13 years old and in the 8th grade at Hamilton Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore, MD. Mervyn is one of the top scholars in his school where he is in the Ingenuity Program for Gifted and Talented students and the National Academic League. He plays baseball, basketball, and wrestling. He is in his second year of wrestling.

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Featured Student-Athlete

Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford is 13 years old and in the 8th grade at Hamilton Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore, MD. Mervyn is one of the top scholars in his school where he is in the Ingenuity Program for Gifted and Talented students and the National Academic League. He plays baseball, basketball, and wrestling. He is in his second year of wrestling.

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2015 Beat the Streets-Baltimore STEM-Wrestling Camp Application

2015 Beat the Streets-Baltimore STEM-Wrestling Camp Application
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Beat the Streets Promotional video

Beat the Streets Promotional video

The 2014 Beat the Streets STEM/Wrestling Middle School Camp is scheduled for June 22 – July 3, 2014 and the STEM High School Camp is July 7-18, 2014. This year’s plan is that there will be 2 – two weeks sessions for high school and middle school students. Click the above picture to learn more about the camp

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Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford, BTS-Hamilton Elementary/Middle School

Mervyn Crawford is 13 years old and in the 8th grade at Hamilton Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore, MD. Mervyn is one of the top scholars in his school where he is in the Ingenuity Program for Gifted and Talented students and the National Academic League. He plays baseball, basketball, and wrestling. He is in his second year of wrestling.

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BTS participants voted as developing “Best solution” at the My Brothers Keeper-Data Jam

BTS participants voted as developing “Best solution” at the My Brothers Keeper-Data Jam

BTS-Baltimore’s Terrell Armstrong and Nima Sherpa scored at the White House mandated program, My Brother Keeper-Data Jam, held at Georgetown University. The team helped to develop solutions for tackling challenges in high school graduation, college preparedness and violence prevention. One of our groups also was voted as having the best solution in the one day event.

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Beat the Streets-Baltimore and Under Armour announce partnership

Beat the Streets-Baltimore and Under Armour announce partnership

Beat the Streets – Baltimore and Under Armour are excited to announce a new partnership through its “Give Back” program. “We’re proud to partner with Under Armour, the leader in sports apparel innovation ,” said Lydell Henry, Beat the Streets, Executive Director. “Under Armour embodies the strong characteristics of leaders, the brand is recognized across the world and represents the […]

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Cyber-center

Cyber-center

Union Baptist Cyber Center/Beat the Streets-Baltimore. Booker T Washington Middle School will be involved in helping Union Baptist develop their website, learn chess strategies, and learning using khanacademy. Fun stuff! We are looking forward to future weeks of mentoring.

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Shogun Fights VII Fundraiser

Shogun Fights VII Fundraiser

In its previous five events, Maryland-based, Shogun Fights has become that State’s premier MMA promotion. Their April event, Shogun Fights VI, did nothing but solidify that status. In front of what appeared to be a sold out crowd at Baltimore’s 1st Mariner Arena, Shogun brought its fans a 10-fight card and plenty of Superstar special guests. Now they are back […]

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Applebee’s Flapjack Fundraiser

On Sunday, December 16, 2012, Beat the Streets – Baltimore members will be hosting an Applebee’s flapjack fundraiser for our after school programs and community based teams. The featured program for this event will be Booker T. Washington Middle School. The funds that will be raised may also enable us to further support our four community based wrestling teams and start […]

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Adam Frey Classic

On Sunday, June 24, 2012, we traveled to Lehigh University to support the Adam Frey Foundation. We participated in exhibition matches against BTS-Philly and BTS-New York.  It turned out to be an extra special event! Vinny Vespa and Darius Coleman were presented with Courage awards for showing courage during their fight with cancer.  And a special thanks to the Adam […]

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BTS Baltimore Kicks Off with Goals to establish Extensive Youth Program

By Al Bevilacqua Beat the Streets USA 02/10/2012 Beat the Streets – Baltimore is a nonprofit organization that is committed to helping establish youth wrestling programs in the Baltimore City Public School Systems. BTS Baltimore is committed to providing a positive environment that nurtures physical and mental development through a wrestling and tutoring program. Their goal is to develop a […]

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