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  • Midtown Academy

    The Midtown Academy provides Baltimore's Midtown neighborhoods and beyond with an excellent elementary/middle school. Midtown consistently generates high-performance academic results with a straightforward, scalable model and a promise to its students to know them and understand their strengths and needs. Serving 198 students in the heart of Midtown and Baltimore's cultural arts district, Midtown pairs a rich academic program with a deep level of engagement in the community. Midtown's academic program focuses on a deep exploration of rich, relevant content enhanced by real world experiences.  

    As part of our commitment to prepare students for success in high school and beyond, Midtown works to instill in each Midtown scholar both a sense of self and of responsibility to the larger community. A true believer in the notion that it takes a village to raise a child, Midtown creates a range of opportunities for families to participate in the life of the school. Midtown is a rare and special place, a model for what urban public education in Baltimore City can be. 

     

  • Open Comment Period: PTO Bylaws

     

    The PTO Bylaws are available for review and comment. These are the first PTO Bylaws developed for the school. Therefore, parents and teachers are highly encouraged to provide feedback. Details will be sent home in the 4/7/16 Friday Folder. Comments should be sent to ptomidtown321@gmail.com.

    Dowload here: PTO Bylaws

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  • Support Our Efforts to Bring Laptops to Our Students

    We have just 30 laptops for our 200 students. We really need more to service our students' needs. You can help by donating online or by partnering with our school. Call the main office at (410) 225-3257 or visit our online page at https://vimeo.com/158413140. (You'll really enjoy the video, too.)

     

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  • We Are Chess Champs!

    Our elementary and middle school students won third place and fourth place, respectively, at the citywide chess tournament in March. Plus, one of our middle school students took first place going undefeated the entire tournament. Way to go.

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