Margaret Brent Elementary / Middle School

Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School partners with the Johns Hopkins School of Education on an arts integration curriculum.

At a Glance
100 E 26th Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 396-6509
Pre-K to 8
Bell Times
7:45 AM / 2:25 PM
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About Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School

Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle is a small "Community School" with a diverse, family-like environment. Margaret Brent Elementary features the "Success for All" curriculum: a data-driven, research based educational program developed at Johns Hopkins University. "Success for All" is built around cooperative learning to engage students in rich discussion and motivating challenges every day. Strong partnerships with the nearby Village Learning Place and the Johns Hopkins University provide additional opportunities for students.

Student Demographics

  • 61.4% African-American
  • 11.4% White
  • 21.3% Hispanic
  • 5.8% Other


  • Intensive Social-Emotional Site
  • ESOL Site
  • Arts Integration

Meet the Principal

Principal Smith is in her sixth year as the principal of Margaret Brent Elementary Middle School. During her 21 years as an educator at Baltimore City Public Schools, she has served as classroom teacher, librarian, assistant principal, central office administrator and now principal.

Principal Smith has a passion for ensuring that students are in a learning environment that is nurturing, orderly, attractive and intellectually stimulating. She also believes that for optimal student achievement to occur all stakeholders must work together in a collaborative, strategic and logical manner to support the diverse needs of all students with excellence as the expectation.

She is currently pursuing doctoral studies in the Urban Educational Leadership program at Morgan State University. While she never thought she would be an educator, she says she has enjoyed the journey thus far and eagerly anticipates what the future has in store for her.

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