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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.

The School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen

111 Amberly Way, Baltimore, MD 21210
410-464-4100
Enrollment | 100-500
Gender | Coed
Grade Level | Preschool | Elementary School | Middle School

The School of the Cathedral, a Blue Ribbon School, offers a strong foundation in spiritual strength, academic excellence, and 21st century learning. Located in Baltimore, Cathedral educates students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Lower school students begin their academic journey by developing their social skills, reading and writing principles, math and science. Beginning in third grade, we reduce the educational scaffolding as students grow in independence. Students complete their academic journey in middle school, where they serve as leaders in the school through liturgical ministry, mentorship programs, and service projects.

To enhance our students’ education, technology is incorporated into every class through individual iPads and Chromebooks, and electronic whiteboards. Modern facilities include a K-8 science lab, turf field, a Makerspace, and some classrooms with flexible seating options. As a Catholic parish school, we attend to our students spiritual needs through weekly Liturgies, religion class, sacrament prep and service projects. Graduates of Cathedral are prepared to meet the leadership needs of an evolving world.

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