Baltimore Area Schools
Academy of the Holy Cross, Kensington
"Catholic education uniquely focused on young women since 1868. Grades 9-12"
Archbishop Curley High School, Baltimore
"Archbishop Curley High School was founded in the spring of 1960 under the leadership and direction of the late Archbishop Francis P. Keough. Designed by local architect Edward H. Glidden, the school was built on a 33-acre site on the northeast edge of the City of Baltimore."
Arlington Baptist School, Baltimore
"For almost 40 years, Arlington Baptist School (ABS) has provided a quality, Christ -centered education for the children of the Baltimore metropolitan area. ABS is unique in the dedication and commitment of its academic standards combined with an expectation of teaching a high level of moral instruction to its students."
Al-Huda School, College Park
"Al-Huda School, a full-time K-8th grade Islamic School with over 300 students located in College Park, Maryland. Al-Huda School is actually two schools in one, a boys K-8th grade school and a girls K-8th grade school, each with their own classrooms and Muslim teachers, all under one roof."
Aleph-Bet Jewish Day School, Annapolis
"A pluralistic, community-supported Jewish day school, the only one in the area comprised of central Anne Arundel County and Bowie, Maryland."
Annapolis Area Christian School, Annapolis
"An independent, Christian day school which concentrates on preparing its students for college and for life.
Baltimore Actors' Theatre Conservatory, Baltimore
"Maryland's first and only accredited College Preparatory School of Academics and Performing Arts, Grades Pre-One through Twelve, was founded by Helen Grigal in 1979."
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Day School , Baltimore
"The goal of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Day School is to develop among its students a sense of identity and feeling of joy in their double heritages as Americans and as Jews...Reflecting the principles of Reform Judaism, our school provides an alternative for secular and Jewish education in Baltimore."
Boys' Latin School of Maryland, Baltimore
"Founded in 1844 and is the oldest independent, non-sectarian school in the state."
Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore
College preparatory girls school. K-12.
Calvert School, Baltimore
"A nondenominational elementary school located just north of the Johns Hopkins University campus in Baltimore, Maryland, provides an excellent day school education to area boys and girls."
The Catholic High School, Baltimore
For sixty years, young women have come to challenge their abilities and to give life to our motto: "Lux tua luceat...Let your light shine."
Friends School of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore
"An independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school. The oldest school in Baltimore, Friends was established in 1784 by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)."
The Gilman School, Baltimore
Boys. Pre-1-12. Day.
The Key School, Annapolis
"An independent, nonsectarian, coeducational, college preparatory, day school located four miles south of downtown Annapolis."
Krieger Schechter Day School, Baltimore
"The mission of the Krieger Schechter Day School is to provide excellent academic programs in Jewish and general studies for students in kindergarten through grade eight."
"Loyola Blakefield was established in 1852 by the Society of Jesus." 6-12. Boys. Boarding/Day.
Mercy High School, Baltimore
"A Catholic college preparatory school for young women, grades 9 through 12, sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, Baltimore."
Mount Saint Joseph High School, Baltimore
"Mount St. Joseph High School is a Catholic, all-boys, college preparatory school sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers. The school’s mission is the same now just as it was in 1876 when our doors first opened¾ to bring forth Christ to the people in the school communities: students, faculty and staff, parents, alumni and those in the surrounding area."
Roland Park Country School, Baltimore
"For almost 100 years, Roland Park Country School has been committed to establishing a dynamic and nurturing educational environment for girls from kindergarten through 12th grade." Day.
Saint Anne's Day School, Annapolis
St Anne's Day School, located in Annapolis, Maryland, is a co-educational day school. This private school goes from pre-school through eight grade. This day school is Episcopal-based.
Saint Clement School, Baltimore
"Saint Clement Mary Hofbauer School, a Roman Catholic school, provides an education rooted in the richness of Catholic tradition and teaching."
Saint Mark School, Baltimore
"St. Mark School is a vital faith and academic community founded in 1889 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, as part of the larger parish community of Saint Mark Catholic Church. St. Mark currently enrolls students from Pre-School through the 8th grade."
Saint Ursula School, Baltimore
"In the year 2000, we celebrated our 60th anniversary. We had an enrollment of 758 students being taught in a Catholic Christian environment by 40 dedicated lay faculty, 1 sister, and Sister Joan Kelly, SND, our principal. Saint Ursula School continues to strive to meet the needs of our school families."
School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Baltimore
"The School of the Cathedral is a vibrant faith community and committed to Christian service and outreach to others."
The Seton Keough High School
"The Seton Keough High School came into existence in September, 1988, with the merger of Seton High School and Archbishop Keough High School."
Talmudical Academy of Baltimore
"Started in 1917 by Rabbi Abraham Nachman Schwartz Z"L, Yeshivas Chofetz Chaim/Talmudical Academy of Baltimore is one of the most venerable institutions of Jewish learning in the United States."
Woodmont Academy, Baltimore
"Woodmont Academy is a private, independent Catholic coeducational school for pre-K through eighth grade, approved by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The school was founded to meet the growing demand for Catholic education in Howard, Carroll and Baltimore counties and is committed to personalized attention, a solid academic curriculum, sound religious education and a well-rounded program."