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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

66

Mount Royal Elementary/Middle School

121 McMechen Street
Baltimore, MD 21217

410-396-0864

School leader:

Stephen Skeen

Opening bell:
  8:00
Closing bell:
  2:40
Community learning network:
  3

At Mount Royal, we believe that school is where students find the passion that will help them be successful in future college and careers. We offer a wide range of opportunities throughout the school day and after school, including Code in the Schools, Study Abroad Club, Engineering Club, robotics, and more! Nestled in historic Bolton Hill in the heart of the MICA campus, our school partners with MICA interns who help us incorporate art across all content areas. Mount Royal opened in 1958 as one of the first desegregated schools in Baltimore and has carried a tradition of excellence and opportunity since its inception. Today, we are a school of opportunity offering multiple pathways to success. For middle school students, the challenging Ingenuity Project is one of the most rewarding programs in Baltimore City, with a strong emphasis on preparing students for college and careers in STEM fields. Honors and Advanced Academics programs provide an accelerated curriculum and the opportunity to earn middle school honors credits. Students in the general education program receive instruction from the same teachers who teach honors courses and are held to high expectations as well. We also have an award-winning gifted and advanced learning program, where all identified students (currently 15% of the student population) have an individualized learning plan that sets yearlong goals for rigorous projects based on passion and interests.

Official state grade band:
Elementary/middle
Grades served:
Pre-k to 8
Number of students:
761
Enrollment type:
Entrance criteria Apply to this school by filling out the choice application. You must meet the composite score requirements. , Neighborhood This school accepts students who live in the attendance zone. Enroll by contacting the school. , Specialized Contact the school for more information about how to apply. This school has a specific process for admission.
Management type:
Traditional
Title I status:
Schoolwide
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Academics

Programming

  • Advanced Academics
  • Gifted and advanced learning site
  • Honors courses
  • Ingenuity Project
  • Intensive restorative practices site

Enrichment and Support

Extracurriculars

  • Robotics
  • Science clubs

Services

  • Community school