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Principal Linda Taylor, of Govans Elementary reports, “Loyola University has been a strong partner here at Govans Elementary for many years; however, with the assistance of our charter operator, the Baltimore Curriculum Project, we were able to establish a partnership with Loyola Clinical Centers to assist our students with literacy and language skills as part […]

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Sue Lattimore, a longtime coach for BCP reflected, “My most moving experience in 42 years in education was while I was in special Ed and BCP was supporting our use of Direct Instruction Corrective Reading. I had a student, a lovely and bright boy named Antonio W., who had just entered school with the double […]

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From City Springs to Institute of Notre Dame to Coppin – Persistence is the key! Sherie Turnage attended City Springs from Pre-K to 8th grade. Sherie is the daughter of Sharone Henderson, a para-educator at City Springs. Sherie was a motivated student who participated in student government, modeling and step team. She served as Class […]

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My daughter & son recently graduated from Hampstead Hill Academy. Both did well and went on their first choice high schools, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and Archbishop Curley High School. When Azaria was in middle school at Hampstead Hill, Principal Hornbeck told me about the Urban League’s Saturday Leadership Program (SLP). Azaria (and now Kofi) have […]

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CITY SPRINGS ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL

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GOVANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

HAMPSTEAD HILL ACADEMY

WOLFE STREET ACADEMY

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