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Looking for the best schools in Baltimore? Here’s our guide to finding the right fit for your child.
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Looking for the best schools in Baltimore? Here’s our guide to finding the right fit for your child.

Jemicy School

11202 Garrison Forest Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-653-2700
Affiliation | Nonsectarian
Enrollment | 100-500
Gender | Coed
Grade Level | Elementary School | Middle School | High School

Jemicy School, accredited by AIMS and the International Dyslexia Association, is a co- educational, independent school that provides a highly individualized, flexible, and challenging program for talented and bright, college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language- based learning differences. The school addresses students’ intellectual strengths and their learning needs by utilizing creative, multisensory, research- based programs and techniques to develop reading, writing, spelling, math, and organization skills; promote a love of learning; and prepare students for the intellectual and social challenges of college and life.

Jemicy, founded in 1973, is an internationally recognized and preeminent leader in its field and provides a 21st century education for students between the ages of six and eighteen on its two Owings Mills, Maryland campuses. The school maintains a student-faculty ratio of 4:1, and class size ranges from 4 – 11 students. Academic and recreational summer programs are also offered.

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