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How Area Private Schools are Opening for Fall 2020

While most of Maryland’s school districts are starting the 2020–2021 school year virtually, private schools are able to offer some in-person schooling or hybrid options.

If you are considering a move to a private school due to distance learning woes or otherwise, many private institutions are still accepting applications for the fall.

We asked private schools to tell us how they will start the school year. Below are their responses, and keep your eyes out here for information on schools as it becomes available.

You can find more about area private schools at our Private School Directory.

Archbishop Spalding High School
Severn
archbishopspalding.org;millert@spaldinghs.org
Grades: 9–12
Offering: Blended Virtual/In-Person

Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School
Pikesville
bethtfiloh.com
admissions@btfiloh.org
Grades: Preschool–12th Grade
Blended Virtual/In-Person
Admission deadline: August 7.
Please contact our Admissions Office so we can discuss the ways that we are educating our students while focusing on their health and safety.

Carroll Lutheran School
Westminster
clsedu.org;office@clsedu.org
Grades: K-8
In-Person Only;Ongoing admissions.
More detailed information on reopening will be released in the coming weeks and is subject to change due to changing CDC and state guidelines.

Edinboro Early School
Severna Park
EdinboroEarlySchool.org
Grades: Age 2 through Kindergarten
In-person only
Rolling admissions; use website to register.

Greenspring Montessori School
Lutherville-Timonium
www.greenspringmontessori.org
admissions@greenspringmontessori.org
Grades: 18 months–8th grade
Parent Chooses Blended or In-Person;Rolling admissions
Greenspring Montessori School is offering in-person learning with closed groups of 15 or fewer including teaching staff. Masks, social distancing, and state and federal recommendations will be in place for all on-campus learning. Parents can also opt for a learning from home model for ages 4+. Montessori education features one-on-one and small group lessons, experiential learning, and self-paced work.

Indian Creek School
Crownsville
www.indiancreekschool.org; admission@indiancreekschool.org
Grades: Pre-K3–12
Offering: Parent Chooses Blended or In-Person
Rolling admission; Placement available in specific grades.
We are optimistic that we can offer at least partial-day, in-person opportunities this fall. Indian Creek’s small class sizes and spacious facilities allow us the opportunity to plan a vibrant program, prepared to pivot between on-campus, hybrid-flexible, and distance learning modes. In each of these formats, the ICS program will provide a deep, meaningful academic experience with a focus on fostering strong student-teacher and community connections.

The Journey School
Spencerville
thejourneyschool.net;cthomas@thejourneyschool.net
Grades: 1–8
In-Person Only;Rolling admissions.
Outdoor classes (weather permitting)

Maryland International Day School
Camp Springs
themidschool.org;Info@themidschool.org
Grades: Kindergarten–8th
Virtual Only;Open enrollment

Nichols-Bethel Preschool
Odenton
nicholsbethel.org; facebook.com/nicholsbethelpreschool
Pre-k
In-Person Only; Rolling admissions
We will be following guidelines and mandates provided by The Office of Child Care to include among other things: smaller class size and extra safety measures.

Perry Hall Christian School
Perry Hall
perryhallchristian.org;admissions@perryhallchristian.org
Grades: K4–12
In-Person Only; August 20 Admission deadline
Our plan has been created using research from the CDC, MSDE Child Care Office, American Pediatrics Association.

St. Ursula School
Baltimore
stursula.org;admissions@stursula.org
Grades: Pre-K(4)–8th
Parent Chooses Virtual or In-Person; Admissions are paused for the time being
The health and safety of our students, faculty/staff, and families will continue to be our first priority and serve as a guiding principle in the development of our re-opening plan.

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