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The vision of Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School (BMPCS) is to nurture a love of learning in a small, family-like environment by providing an extraordinary and proven Montessori public school experience for families living in Baltimore City.
Elementary Mission
Our mission is to build a diverse and respectful community of joyfully engaged learners by providing a holistic Montessori environment that supports individual fulfillment, compassion, self-discipline, lifelong learning and a deep awareness of our responsibility to contribute meaningfully to our world.
Adolescent Community (AC) Mission

By integrating meaningful work, relevant academic study and respectful social structure within real-world contexts, we will build an inspiring and cohesive adolescent community of compassionate, creative and responsible learners who have a strong sense of self, critical problem solving skills and the capacity for stewardship and fullness of life.

“Our care of the children should be governed not by the desire to 'make them learn things,' but by the endeavor always to keep burning within them the light which is called intelligence.” -Dr. Maria Montessori
Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School (PCS) is committed to diversity and equality. Accordingly, the school admits students and conducts all educational programs, activities, and employment practices without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, disability or any other legally protected classification


    Applications for the Pre-K through 8th grades for the 2015-16 school year will be available online by December 2014. All interested families are encouraged to attend one of the Open House available each year, typically in January and February.  Please remember that even if you submitted and application in the past you must resubmit a new application in order to be considered for the new school year. 
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  • 1. Monday, October 27th: Art Club and Chinese Club with Ms. Qianfei begins. Click here to sign up. Spaces are limited!
    2. Monday, October 27th - Monday, November 3rd: No Mandolin Lessons
    3. Thursday, October 30th: Skipjacks Bake Sale for Lower El (11:00-11:20am) and Upper El (11:30-12:00pm) in the Community Room. Items priced from $.25 to $1.25. All items will be labelled with ingredients. Vegan items also available!
    4. Friday, October 31st: United Nations Day celebration.

    5. In order to minimize distractions and respect our families’ individual approaches to holidays, our school does not celebrate Halloween. Please do not send your children to school with candy or in costumes (except for those related to United Nations Day).

    6. Congratulations to our Royal Bees Chess Club! They attended their first tournament of the season, and our Novice Elementary Team walked away with a 2nd Place Trophy!

    7. Reminder: Before Care starts at 7:30am. Also, Before Care is a NUT-FREE environment. Thanks for your help.

    8. The Fall Festival team is always looking for clothing for scarecrows: Please bring in any children's long pants, long sleeved shirts, or PJs for next year's scarecrows and drop them into the collection box in the main lobby.

    9. Please remember to enter your hours in our Volunteer Log whenever you donate your time in support of our school.


    10. November 3rd-7th: Scholastic Book Fair. Volunteers needed! Please click here for Book Fair hours and Volunteer Opportunities.

    11. Tuesday, November 4th: Election Day - School is Closed.

    12. Wednesday, November 5th: Grandparents and Special Friends Day. Volunteers needed! Please contact Caitlin if you are available to help.

    13. Wednesday, November 5th: Spanish Club begins with a New Provider, Fun with Foreign Lanuages. Click here to sign up. Please enroll by Wednesday, October 29th so we can determine if we have enough registrants to hold classes.

    14. Thursday, November 6th: DOT meeting has been postponed! A new date is being decided and will be announced soon. 

    15. Friday, November 7th: Lower El field trip to the Aquarium and AC field trip to the National Museum of the American Indian

    16. Friday, November 14th at 9:00 am: Coffee & Conversation with Ms. Allison in the Community Room. Topic TBD, with time following our discussion for general feedback and questions. 

    17. SAVE THE DATESunday, November 16th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm: "Creating Dreams" -- A gallery event in collaboration with MICA, featuring student curators and art by Baltimore Montessori Public students and artists in MICA's C.R.E.A.T.E. program, to benefit our art program. Please plan to join us!

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  • All families regardless of income level or intent to purchase school lunch should fill out the application
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    Inclement Weather Policy
    In case of inclement weather, be sure to consult our website or listen to local news outlets for up-to-date information about weather-related closings or delays. Baltimore Montessori Public follows the same schedule for closings and delays as Baltimore City Schools. 
    Please note:
    • If school is delayed at all in the morning, there is NO Before Care.
    • If school is delayed 1 hour in the morning, there IS morning Pre-K. 
    • If school is delayed 2 hours in the morning, there is NO morning Pre-K for half day students.
    • If school dismisses early due to weather, ALL after school activities including Extended Day are CANCELED.
    In order for children to receive a full instructional day on Wednesdays: 
    • If school opening is delayed on a WEDNESDAY, dismissal is delayed by ONE hour in the event of a ONE hour delay (dismissal at 1:30 pm; half day Pre-K still dismisses at 11:15 am) and TWO hours in the event of a TWO hour delay (dismissal at 2:30 pm; NO Half-Day Pre-K). 

    For information about how decisions are made regarding closings and delays, please visit Baltimore City Schools' website.

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