Update 11/10/2020: In recognition of the community conditions in Baltimore City and in keeping with our plan to extend in-person learning in measured steps, City Schools will limit its in-person learning opportunities to the original plan of approximately 25 schools (27 in total) beginning Monday, November 16, 2020.
For certain groups of students at schools offering in-person learning, families may choose the in-person learning option or remain in virtual learning. Families who do not want that opportunity will have the option to remain with virtual learning. Students not enrolled at these schools will not have access to in-person learning options at this time.
The small group in-person schools and their start dates are as follows:
Students at Separate Public Day Schools that choose in-person learning will be assigned to one of the following four sites:
Also, the following students also have the option to begin in-person learning starting Nov. 9: LRE-C, Early Learning Environment Pre-K/K, Early Therapeutic Environment Pre-K/K, and Early Learning Environment – Deaf & Hard of Hearing Pre-K/K. Those students will be assigned to locations throughout the district.
Prioritized students are early or young learners, students with disabilities, kindergarten students, English learners, homeless students, students in grades 6 and 9, career and technical education students (CTE), and students who cannot participate consistently in virtual classes for various reasons.
• Armistead Gardens Elementary/Middle School
• Baltimore International Academy East
• Beechfield Elementary/Middle School
• Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove
• Callaway Elementary School
• Carver Vocational-Technical High School
• City Neighbors Charter School
• City Neighbors High School
• Digital Harbor High School
• Empowerment Academy
• Forest Park High School
• Furley Elementary School
• Graceland Park/O'Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School
• Johnston Square Elementary School
• Lakeland Elementary/Middle School
• Maree G. Farring Elementary/Middle School
• Moravia Park Elementary School
• Mount Royal Elementary/Middle School
• New Era Academy
• Reginald F. Lewis High School
• Renaissance Academy
• Southwest Baltimore Charter School
• The Historic Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle School
• Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy
• Walter P. Carter Elementary/Middle School
• Westport Academy
• William Paca Elementary School