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Our new Science & Engineering Wing opened in time for the 2023-24 school year! Get a glimpse in this video.
Initiatives
Learn about the ambitious campaign, exciting campus plans, and more!
News
April 18, 2024
A huge congratulations to our three seniors who have committed to compete at the collegiate level next year! Robin Lowe ’84, Director of Athletics for the Girls’ Program, shares, “I…
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April 18, 2024
Congratulations to Olivia Rubin ’27 for finishing first place in her division in the Baltimore County Lynching Memorial Project (LMP) Racial Justice Poetry Contest.  For the contest, The Baltimore County…
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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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April 11, 2024
Today, we welcomed author Terry J. Benton-Walker as our 2024 Peter Baida ’68 Middle School Writer-in-Residence.  Terry writes middle grade and young adult fiction and has two books out right…
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April 10, 2024
We were excited to welcome Cara Llewellyn to campus yesterday as the 2024 Gordon Berman ’68 Memorial Lower School Resident Author (Designer)!  Cara is a designer and art director for…
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March 28, 2024
Twelve Park students were honored in the 2024 Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, receiving a total of 45 awards and honorable mentions in both art and writing. Founded in…
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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…
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…
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April 18, 2024
A huge congratulations to our three seniors who have committed to compete at the collegiate level next year! Robin Lowe ’84, Director of Athletics for the Girls’ Program, shares, “I…
News
April 18, 2024
Congratulations to Olivia Rubin ’27 for finishing first place in her division in the Baltimore County Lynching Memorial Project (LMP) Racial Justice Poetry Contest.  For the contest, The Baltimore County…
News
April 11, 2024
Today, we welcomed author Terry J. Benton-Walker as our 2024 Peter Baida ’68 Middle School Writer-in-Residence.  Terry writes middle grade and young adult fiction and has two books out right…
News
April 10, 2024
We were excited to welcome Cara Llewellyn to campus yesterday as the 2024 Gordon Berman ’68 Memorial Lower School Resident Author (Designer)!  Cara is a designer and art director for…
News
March 28, 2024
Twelve Park students were honored in the 2024 Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, receiving a total of 45 awards and honorable mentions in both art and writing. Founded in…
Videos
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.
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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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19 Photos
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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Thanks to everyone who joined us for a community-wide Lunar New Year Celebration last week! Students, faculty, and parents enjoyed different activities, food, and performances as we welcomed the Year…
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This week, Park welcomed Jen Hewett as our 2024 Diana Lee Fox ’75 Resident Artist. Jen is a printmaker, surface designer, textile artist, and author and was on campus for…
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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Baltimore Civil Rights Trip, an annual week-long journey that brings together students from Park School and Baltimore City College High School, as…

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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%