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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.

Roland Park Country School

5204 Roland Ave, Baltimore, MD 21210
443-386-3506
Affiliation | Nonsectarian
Enrollment | 501-1000
Gender | All Girls | Coed
Grade Level | Preschool | Elementary School | Middle School | High School

Roland Park Country School believes that young women who build each other up will thrive. As an independent school in Baltimore for girls in grades k-12, its all-girls culture is rooted in the notion that female empowerment begins with young women empowering each other. This enables RPCS students to build courage and confidence in an environment where female leadership across all areas of study is the norm, not the exception. The girls build a solid network here and constantly show up for each other and celebrate each other’s successes.

Roland Park Country School’s Little Reds co-ed early childhood program for children ages six weeks up to five years old embraces the Reggio Emilia-inspired philosophy which emphasizes rich and deep learning through stimulating experiences.

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