• Partnerships

    • Morgan State University: Coppin State University-  will support and assist in developing the STEM infusion into the curriculum through the development of STEM project modules, provide professional development, provide student turtors from department of Engineering, sponsor Saturday and mini- break workshops or activities for teachers, students and parents.

    • Life Renewal: The Children’s Guild: Mental Health Services (wrap around)- will provide mental health support to the students during and after school as well as on Saturdays and during mini- sessions; provide family wrap around service to support the development of a strong healthy family. 

    • BELL: Inner City Youth Foundation, Intervention- will provide academic intervention support for students before and after the instructional school day, on Saturdays, support families by providing workshops to help parents meet the academic needs of their children.

    • Outward Bound: YMCA : Parks & People- seeks to inspire character development , leadership and ethic of service to people of all ages through challenge and adventure. They will encourage students and parents to strive for excellence and integrity to be compassionate community members by providing weekend, after school, mini- sessions, outdoor activities and experiences. 

    • Play Works- will implement their five components play and physical activity curriculum which builds life skills that provides meaningful roles and leadership opportunities, fosters supportive relationships with peers and adults, establish games and recess times, after school program, sports league, and provide expert support to faculty and students in active play and conflict resolution.

    • Parks & People: Greening Projects/Activities- will support the fitness and nutrition STEM and LIFE components of Harlem Park's mission by implementing after school programs that provide inquiry-based, hands-on academic enrichment that teach students and families about science and ecosystems.

    • Sheppard Pratt's Peacable Education Program- will assist in developing a strategic plan to implement a whole school approach to conflict resolution and peace education for administration, faculty, and parents; establish a peer mediation program to achieve the capacity for the student- led negotiations and peacemakers club
    • Paths to pax- will continue its teacher-implemented program within the Harlem Park community that focuses on socio-emotional development and conflict resolution skills, as well as its classroom-based behavior management program based on social learning principlesall under the guidance of highly qualified coaches and mentors.
    • Baltimore Urban Debate League- will help scholars of Harlem Park  to develop constructive arguments and learn to make  their voices heard in productive healthy ways by working cooperatively and learning with diverse groups of students and highly qualified leaders. 
    • Sutton House Inc.- will provide individualized and unique tailored school-based and home- based mentor services and extra curricular support to Harlem Park students and families through life skills assessments, stress and risks assessments, recreational and cultural trips, specialized arts and entrtainment curriculum that focuses youth and parents on subjects such as gang awareness,friendships, money management, safety , anger management, domestic violence, community resources, stress and mental heallth.
    • Musik Now Inc.- will stimulate, promote, encourage, and sustain interest in and appreciation of a wide variety of music by arranging for visiting artists to conduct workshops for Harlem Park. Musik Now will also work with local organization to provide instruments and lessons for those students who express keen interest and planning semi-annual visiting artist programs and community performances with the school.