Middle and High School Choice

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Choosing Your School for the
2017-18 School Year

Congratulations on your upcoming entry to middle or high school! Get to know your options by browsing through the Choice Guide or visiting an open house. Use these tips to make an informed choice. 
 
Once you've chosen your top five schools, fill out an application (high school: English and Spanish; middle school: English and Spanish).  
 
Applications are due Friday, January 20, 2017.  
 
If you are currently enrolled in City Schools, return the application to your school choice liaison.  If you are not currently enrolled in City Schools, please return the application to:
 
Office of Enrollment and Attendance
Baltimore City Public Schools
200 E. North Ave, Room 106
Baltimore, MD 21202 

CHOICE FAIR

Saturday, December 10
 
 
 Sábado, 10 de diciembre 2016
 
 
At City Schools, many middle school and all high school students choose the school they want to attend. With dozens of school choices available, you can
  • Learn what you need to know for success in college, and even earn college credits before you graduate from high school
  • Get a jump on preparing for a career, from computer networking to culinary arts to medicine to construction — and more
  • Play on a school team, from basketball to chess, football to robotics
  • Participate in bands or choirs, run for student government, or join clubs for everything from math to art to debating
  • Attend a school that offers only middle school grades, only high school grades, or a combination of elementary-middle or middle-high school
  • Go to an all-girls or all-boys school, or to a school with both
  • Pursue your own greatest interests, go after your dream, and graduate with the skills you need to succeed
  • Get the support you need with mentorships, counseling, and tutoring

Use the links on the left of this page to find out more about middle and high school choice, and come back often. New information will be posted throughout October, November, and December as students get ready to choose their schools!

 
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