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School Number

217

Belmont Elementary School

1406 N Ellamont Street
Baltimore, MD 21216

410-396-0579

School leader:

Tiffany Etheridge

Opening bell:
  7:45
Closing bell:
  2:25
Community learning network:
  4

Belmont Elementary School focuses on improving student achievement through educational equity. We differentiate instruction to meet the assessed needs of all our students and offer research-based interventions, enrichment opportunities that support academic advancement, STEM initiatives, and arts programming. We equip students with the tools they need to make good decisions both emotionally and physically. Our faculty and staff work daily to build a strong culture with a learning environment that holds adults and students to high expectations for behavior, evident in our Silver PBIS status. We constantly explore new ideas and techniques that have a positive impact on our students' intellectual development and allows them to pursue their strengths. We received national recognition as one of the healthiest schools in the U.S through our Healthy Schools Alliance: Our school campus is free of vending machines, we offer fresh fruits and vegetables every day, and we are home to a fitness center for students, staff, and families.

Official state grade band:
Elementary
Grades served:
Pre-k to 5
Number of students:
266
Enrollment type:
Neighborhood This school accepts students who live in the attendance zone. Enroll by contacting the school.
Management type:
Traditional
Title I status:
Schoolwide
Uniform:
Collar shirts in light blue, navy blue bottoms

Academics

Programming

  • Gifted and advanced learning site
  • Intensive literacy site

Enrichment and Support

Extracurriculars

  • Robotics
  • Club athletics
  • Arts clubs
  • Music
  • Debate/civic engagement

Services

  • Community school

Partners

  • Bridging the Gap
  • Junior NBA
  • One more One less Mentoring Program

School Performance

View more information on how this school is doing

Parent Organization

To learn more about the parent organization, please reach out to the school directly.