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UPDATE: Network security and use of computers 

Effective immediately, staff and students may now use their personal devices to access virtual learning and other tools. We ask all users to continue to avoid using Baltimore County schools devices to access City Schools resources. You may use asynchronous online platforms that we know are secure, such as iReady, Imagine Math, Amplify online, etc. 

We also ask all users to avoid opening emails from suspicious sources. For security, we have blocked all emails coming from Baltimore County, and ITD is monitoring all incoming emails for suspicious messages. If you receive a suspicious email, do not open it and report the occurrence to cityschoolsphish@bcps.k12.md.us.

Expires on 11/30

A-Z Directory

Academics Office Contacts

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Accelerated Process for Pathway

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Achievement and Accountability Office Contacts

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Achievement Data

See: Data




Achievement Units for Teachers

By earning achievement units, teachers advance on their professional pathway.

/achievement-units




Additional Summer Opportunities

/additional-summer-opportunities




Air-conditioning

See: Heating and Cooling




Annual Review of Schools

Every year, we take a close look at all of the city's schools and programs to make sure we are offering high-quality options to all of our students — no matter where they live or their particular needs, talents, and interests. We call this the annual school portfolio review.

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Archived - School Portfolio Review

Every year, we take a close look at all of the city's schools and programs. We call this the annual school portfolio review.

/school-portfolio-review-archived




ASCBC

See: Youth Leadership Opportunities




Assessment Resources for Staff

Tools for assessment scheduling and administration

/assessments




Assistive Technology

See: Special Education




Athletics

In addition to physical education as part of the school curriculum, middle and high school students can compete in interscholastic athletics outside the regular school day.

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Attendance

Every day, students learn something new at school. That's why if a student misses even one day, he or she is missing out.

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Audit, Internal

See: Internal Audit




AUs

See: Achievement Units for Teachers