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In-person and Meal Site Update

In-Person Learning Closures
- Armistead Gardens

An important update about in-person learning is available for Augusta Fells SavageBluford Drew Jemison, and Stadium School:
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Meal Site Closures

- Frederick Douglass High School

The meal site at John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School will be closed until, April 23. Produce boxes will still be available on Thursday, April 15. For alternative meal sites, please visit our meals page.

Expires on 4/15

School Number

371

Lillie May Carroll Jackson School

2200 Sinclair Lane
Baltimore, MD 21213

443-320-9499

School leader:

Rosalind Fleming

Opening bell:
  8:00
Closing bell:
  4:00
Community learning network:
  13

The mission of the Lillie May Carroll Jackson School (LMCJS), a charter school in Baltimore city serving girls in grades 5-8, is to offer a supportive 21st-century learning environment for scholars to reach their maximum potential through rigorous academic course work, character development, and leadership opportunities.LMCJS envisions a world where all young women, regardless of their background, have the skills, tools, and qualities to develop as leaders in their communities and the world. The Board of School Commissioners approved a recommendation to renew the school charter for Lillie May Carroll Jackson School for 3 years. Learn more at http://bit.ly/portfolio-rec.

Official state grade band:
Elementary/middle
Grades served:
5 to 8
Number of students:
277
Enrollment type:
Charter lottery Enroll by contacting the school. If the school has more applicants than they can accept, they’ll hold a lottery and randomly select students to enroll.
Management type:
Charter
Title I status:
Schoolwide
Building info:
Not owned by City Schools
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Academics

Academic Approach

  • All girls
  • Expeditionary Learning

Enrichment and Support

Extracurriculars

  • After care
  • Academic tutoring
  • Club athletics
  • Arts clubs
  • Debate/civic engagement
  • Science clubs
  • Student government

Partners

  • Child First Authority
  • Art with a Heart
  • Roland Park Country School

School Performance

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