Hampstead Hill Academy

Letter From Principal Matthew Hornbeck

As you know by now, there is a national conversation underway about patriotism and the rights of groups and individuals to protest injustice and exercise free speech. Our national anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance are traditions that embody what we strive to ideally be not necessarily what we are what but what we hope to become. I hope all of us at Hampstead Hill Academy reflect on the sacrifice and honor of the men and women, past and present, who defend our great nation.

At the same time, one of the rights that we hold dear is the right to free speech. We should also reflect on protests, often by patriotic people who love the country, that are an expression of free speech and are taking place to shed light on police brutality and violence. Whether you stand for the ideals our country represents, lock arms in solidarity with everyone, or kneel in protest of current and past racial and social injustices, as reasonable people we should respect these actions and the experiences they reflect. As the Ravens said last weekend, “all voices need to be heard.” Hopefully, the conversation will continue and actually move the ball forward.

Vision Statement

Hampstead Hill seeks to be a safe, nurturing, diverse, family-friendly neighborhood school with rigorous, effective academic programs and exciting, engaging, extracurricular activities. We believe all parents want the same thing for their children: more and better opportunities for college and career. We believe in the importance of the arts, and we want our students to be great communicators, listeners and writers. Our students will be forward thinkers, persistent, responsible, caring, dependable and healthy members of the greater community.

Mission Statement

Hampstead Hill Academy is a neighborhood public charter school that exists to educate children living in both our attendance area and throughout Baltimore City. Our talented staff uses research-based curriculum to develop and implement rigorous lesson plans that continuously raise the academic bar for our students. Our whole school community is dedicated to working together to challenge our students to succeed in a fair, consistent, just and joyful learning environment.

Contact Information

Hampstead Hill Academy
Elementary/Middle School

Address
500 S. Linwood Avenue
Baltimore, MD  21224

School Number
047

Phone Number
410-396-9146

Fax Number
410-396-3637

Principal
Matthew Hornbeck

Assistant Principal
John Paz

Assistant Principal
Cassandra Bailey

For current staff members, click here.

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