Frederick Elementary serves its neighborhood zone (21223) which includes the Millhill, Carrolton Ridge, and Shipley Hill neighborhoods. Any child living or moving into the neighborhood may enroll at any time, without participating in a lottery. If you live in this zone, call or email the school to enroll.
If you live out of the zone, you can still apply to enroll your child at Frederick. If there are no vacancies at the time, students can be added to a waitlist or upcoming lottery.
Frederick Elementary school converted to a neighborhood charter school in 2017. During its last renewal in 2022, the Board of School Commissioners approved to renew Frederick Elementary’s charter for three years. Its next renewal will be in 2025.
What’s after Frederick?
Frederick is a feeder school for Katherine Johnson Global Academy #75 (formerly Calverton Elementary/Middle). Therefore, students at Frederick will automatically be enrolled at Katherine Johnson unless families choose to participate in Middle School Choice. The school choice liaison at Frederick will help guide families through this process.
Frederick Elementary # 260
2501 Frederick Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21223
Phone Number: 410-396-0830
Grades served: Pre-K-5
Principal: Harold Henry
21st Century building opened in 2017
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