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Schools without air-conditioning

LAST UPDATED: June 14, 2022

The schools listed below will close or have early dismissal on extremely hot days, or that feel warmer due to a combination of heat and humidity. Schools not listed below have air-conditioning (but may dismiss early, if their systems require repair that cannot be completed within one day).

To find your school's dismissal time, please visit the school's profile page.

  • Baltimore City College
  • Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove
  • City Springs Elementary/Middle School
  • Collington Square Elementary/Middle School
  • Cross Country Elementary/Middle School
  • Curtis Bay Elementary/Middle School
  • Elementary Middle Alternative Program @ PDC
  • Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School
  • Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
  • Furley Elementary School
  • Harlem Park Elementary/Middle School
  • Johnston Square Elementary School
  • Montebello Elementary/Middle School @ PDC
  • National Academy Foundation
  • New Era Academy
  • Vanguard Collegiate Middle School
  • Yorkwood Elementary School
  • The Mount Washington School (lower building)

Schools with air conditioning that is currently under repair and will close or have early dismissal on extremely hot days:

  • Academy for College and Career Exploration 
  • Calvin M. Rodwell Elementary/Middle School 
  • Dr. Bernard Harris, Sr., Elementary School 
  • Garrett Heights Elementary/Middle School
  • George W.F. McMechen High School
  • Independence School Local I High School
  • North Bend Elementary/Middle School 
  • Pimlico Elementary/Middle School 
  • Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy 
  • Westport Academy 
  • Midtown Academy (building not owned by City Schools)
  • Youth Opportunity (building not owned by City Schools)

City Schools does not plan to install air-conditioning for these schools and alternative programs, because their buildings are not owned by the district:

  • Empowerment Academy

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