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School Number

349

NACA Freedom and Democracy Academy II

2500 E Northern Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21214

443-642-2031

School leader:

Ninia Mouzone

Elementary school opening bell:
 
Elementary school closing bell:
 
Middle school opening bell:
 8:15
Middle school closing bell:
 3:05
High school opening bell:
 8:15
High school closing bell:
 3:05
Community learning network:
  8

The mission of NACA Freedom & Democracy Academy II is to develop enlivened and enlightened children capable of both making a living, as well as building a life for themselves. By providing an innovative and groundbreaking curriculum emphasizing the freedom and democracy concepts, our children gain a strong awareness of themselves, their possibilities, their families, and the surrounding world. Our ultimate goal – with parental involvement and community support – is to stimulate our children so they can demonstrate academic excellence, intellectual strength, and productive citizenship. The Board of School Commissioners approved a recommendation to not to renew the transformation school contract for NACA II Freedom and Democracy Academy Middle/High School and to close this school in June 2020, at the end of the current school year. Learn more at http://bit.ly/portfolio-rec.

Official state grade band:
Middle/high
Grades served:
6 to 12
Number of students:
333
Enrollment type:
Choice lottery Enroll by filling out the choice application. This school has no specific entrance criteria or admission process. If the school has more applicants than they can accept, they’ll hold a lottery.
Management type:
Transformation
Title I status:
Targeted
Uniform:
Middle school students wear light blue oxford/polo shirts. High school students wear black oxford/polo shirts. All students wear khaki shorts, pants, skirts or shorts.
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Academics

Programming

  • Honors courses
  • Intensive social-emotional learning site

Enrichment and Support

Extracurriculars

  • Club athletics
  • Arts clubs
  • Music
  • Debate/civic engagement
  • Science clubs
  • Student government

Services

  • Community school

Partners

  • STEMNET
  • Morgan State University
  • Towson University