Baltimore Fishbowl Second Annual Guide to Baltimore Independent Schools has arrived.
This year’s guide features write-ups on school leaders, Q&As with students, highlights of the arts, science, and engineering, features on teaching fellows, tips on selecting the right school for your child and more.
“Baltimore’s schools are among its greatest gifts,” says school guide editor Muffy Fenwick.
“With this guide, I was able to delve deeper. I learned how local independent school administrators are taking their schools’ missions into the 21st century, creating new initiatives that connect their students with local businesses as well as reinventing old teaching practices in new and exciting ways. Young teachers are being mentored straight out of college by seasoned teachers, some of whom have served for over 20 years in their chosen roles. And today’s students are so inspiring! From the youngest learners to seniors looking beyond high school, these kids are talented musicians, accomplished artists, competitive athletes and inquisitive scholars,” she says.
View the digital edition of the 2017-2018 guide, here.
The guides are free and can be found starting tomorrow at the Village of Cross Keys and Green Spring Station. To be sure to get your hands on a copy, attend our launch party on September 28 at the Village of Cross Keys, 86 Village Square in the former Samuel Parker Clothier store. We’ll have giveaways from Froats, Treason Toting Company, Vineyard Vines and more! The party is also a fundraiser for Outward Bound, which sponsors leadership programs for kids in the public and private schools. To purchase tickets, click here.
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