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The second and final week of School’s Out Sports Camp was such a blast — thank you to all of the campers and counselors who took the fun to new…
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The first week of School’s Out Sports Camp was a huge success! From the courts and fields, to the pool and challenge course, campers had a great week of competition…
News
May 31, 2024
Twelve Park students were named IAAM and MIAA All-Conference players this spring sports season. Congratulations to our players, coaches, families, and athletic leadership team on a great 2024 season! Noah…
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This week, the eighth grade class presented their final Advoc8 projects, sharing about Food Security in Baltimore, Air Quality, Children’s Mental Healthcare, Access to Athletics, and so much more. Advoc8…
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May 22, 2024
Bruins Varsity Baseball became M.I.A.A. C Conference Champions this past weekend! Congratulations to the team and coaches for an amazing season, ending with an exciting walk-off in the 8th inning…
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May 9, 2024
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded the 2022-23 Postscript, our student newspaper, a Gold Medalist Critique — our 12th in the last 20 years. The judge commented that the newspaper…
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May 6, 2024
On Saturday, Park competed in the American Visionary Art Museum’s annual Kinetic Sculpture race through downtown Baltimore. Though the team faced many challenges throughout the race and the rain, attitudes…
Initiatives
Learn about the ambitious campaign, exciting campus plans, and more!
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Rhythm and Cues: April 22. Featuring teaching hip hop artist (and Park dad) Jamaal Collier!
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Malone Scholars (Entering Grades 7–10) & Rothman Scholar (Entering Grade 9) The Park School’s robust Tuition Assistance program is funded by a variety of sources including the The Park Fund (the…
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12,500 sq. ft. Building Slated for Completion by Fall 2023 With its expected completion by the fall of the 2023 school year, the new Science and Engineering Wing will add…
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Park School is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and associated issues of racial justice, as shared in our Anti-Racism Action Plan and our Strategic Plan. These ideals are…
News
May 31, 2024
Twelve Park students were named IAAM and MIAA All-Conference players this spring sports season. Congratulations to our players, coaches, families, and athletic leadership team on a great 2024 season! Noah…
News
May 22, 2024
Bruins Varsity Baseball became M.I.A.A. C Conference Champions this past weekend! Congratulations to the team and coaches for an amazing season, ending with an exciting walk-off in the 8th inning…
News
May 9, 2024
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded the 2022-23 Postscript, our student newspaper, a Gold Medalist Critique — our 12th in the last 20 years. The judge commented that the newspaper…
News
May 6, 2024
On Saturday, Park competed in the American Visionary Art Museum’s annual Kinetic Sculpture race through downtown Baltimore. Though the team faced many challenges throughout the race and the rain, attitudes…
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April 29, 2024
This month, Sophie Neiman ’13 returned to Park as our 2024 Robert L. Weinberg Resident Journalist. Sophie is a freelance journalist based in Uganda, where she reports for leading outlets…
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Our new Science & Engineering Wing opened in time for the 2023-24 school year! Get a glimpse in this video.
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Our “Experience Park” event introduces prospective families to Park’s remarkable teaching and learning community (watch the video!) — and features interactive sessions for students and their parents.
Galleries
34 Photos
The second and final week of School’s Out Sports Camp was such a blast — thank you to all of the campers and counselors who took the fun to new…
Galleries
34 Photos
The first week of School’s Out Sports Camp was a huge success! From the courts and fields, to the pool and challenge course, campers had a great week of competition…
Galleries
22 Photos
This week, the eighth grade class presented their final Advoc8 projects, sharing about Food Security in Baltimore, Air Quality, Children’s Mental Healthcare, Access to Athletics, and so much more. Advoc8…
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31 Photos
The cast and crew of the 11th and 12th Grade production of Macbeth wrapped up their production last week. Congratulations on an incredible show!
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Adapted for the stage by Morgan Gould. From the book by Madeleine L’Engle. Produced by special arrangement with Crosswicks, Ltd and Stage Partners It was a dark and stormy night…the perfect night…
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In the fall 2023 issue of Cross Currents magazine, we celebrate curious minds. Our teachers gave us glimpses into the goings-on among the curious minds at Park, and our principals…

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It’s easy to spot Park Students

By immersing students in a challenging curriculum and surrounding them with a dedicated, impassioned faculty, we create an environment that enables them to become their best authentic selves.

Greg

Grade 9

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Learning, to me, is exploration; it’s discovery; it’s doing experiments by the pond; it’s being given a problem in math and working through it — and then finding another way to get to the solution.

By the numbers

Number of student-led clubs and activities in the Upper School:

65+
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Sia  

Grade 7

I try to push myself not to live in a little bubble where I am always comfortable. Really engaging with other things makes you a stronger person.

By the numbers

The average class size at Park School:

15

Sami

Grade 9

Sami

The notion that there is so much undiscovered in the world gets me thinking and wondering. It gets me really excited.

By the numbers

Percentage of Park’s faculty that hold advanced degrees. 88 hold master’s or other advanced degrees, with 9 Ph.D.s, 1 Ed.D., and 1 J.D. among them.

74%