Neighborhoods Served: Cheswolde, Coldspring, Levindale, Mount Washington, North Roland Park/Poplar Hill, Sabina-Mattfeldt
The Mount Washington School is proud to be a 2011 U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School! Teachers prepare children to succeed in their local and global communities with three governing principles: Academic Excellence, Building Community, and Citizenship. Since 2011, the school has been divided into two buildings, an upper school and a lower school, allowing the expansion to K-8. Unlike other Baltimore City Middle Schools, Mount Washington does not participate in school choice—meaning only children living within the school zone are served. Middle School at Mount Washington includes a rigorous all-honors curriculum, as well as the only certified International Baccalaureate Middle Years World School Programme in Baltimore City. With a highly engaged PTO, School Family Council, and numerous community partners, students at Mount Washington enjoy a wide variety of after-school clubs and extracurricular options.
Address: 1801 Sulgrave Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209
Principal Mark LaLonde has a passion for education and believes in supporting the learning of all children at The Mount Washington School. The Baltimore City Public School provides an enriched learning environment from kindergarten to the eighth grade. Principal LaLonde holds a bachelor's degree in secondary education from Eastern Michigan University. He also brings 13 years of education experience as a social studies teacher, department chair, lead teacher, Dean of Students, district administrator, coach and resident principal to his leadership role at The Mount Washington School, where he says he looks forward to an exciting future.
Sharicca BoldonThe Mount Washington School
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What I love most about my child's school
My children are excited about learning. That's an important foundation to establish in elementary school. I also appreciate being welcomed by the school as an active partner in my children's education.
To another parent considering this school
The school is split into two buildings (K-3 and 4-8) which allows students to be in a learning environment that is tailored to their age.