Violetville Elementary/Middle School #226 has a long history that dates back to its beginning in the front room of a residence 1893. The location and buildings have changed through the years, bringing us to the current addition and renovation. We opened the newly-constructed building with Governor Martin O'Malley and many local political supporters and neighborhood friends in 2010.
Today, Violetville Elementary/Middle School (Baltimore City Schools #226) stands as an excellent center of learning where high-quality instruction is the cornerstone. Violetville School offers students and families a wide range of programs, both academic and extracurricular. This year, students will be able to participate in such activities as National Academic League, middle school interscholastic basketball, Student Government, performance choir, instrumental music instruction, and Readers & Writers club. Student support comes from teachers during and after school, as well as from the wider school community (including all-school implementation of both the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports [PBIS] and PATHS to PAX programs). The school’s emphasis on home-school-community cooperation and teamwork strongly supports the school’s motto, “Super Violetville, Where Striving For Excellence Makes A Difference!”