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3220 the Alameda
Baltimore, MD 21218

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September 02, 2014
City is a good school with great teachers, but the school does not utilize money properly. Instead of using money to help students pay our tons of dues (which we are not told about until long after we become freshmen) or to purchase books necessary for class, or even to fix the very flawed heating/cooling systems, we get sometimes frivolous/purely aesthetic renovations and a new card-swiping system to get into the school and into our classes. By the end of my year last year, when they fully implemented the card swiping system, only one of my seven teachers made us swipe in to enter the room. Despite that system being useless, money was wasted on it. Despite many students being in poverty, we have to pay for expensive uniform shirts that can only be bought from a single specific store. The majority of us have to pay for our own books, which many are incapable of. The school cares deeply about college and the advisory staff definitely want to help you out in any way, but the school does not have its priorities straight in terms of where money goes and how much students have to pay.

- submitted by a student
April 07, 2014
Baltimore City College is ranked in the top 3% of public high schools (Newsweek 2013), top 1% per Greatschools test score rankings for the State of Md.. Top 10% all high schools nationwide (public, private, parochial) as ranked by nationwide college admissions offices. With the only International Baccalaurate public high school program in Baltimore City. With a droppout rate under 2% and matriculation rate of about 98%.. With the USA's #1 high school debate team. Even POTUS gave recognition to one of our graduates, at the Morehouse Univ. graduation speech in 2013. For some reason Greatschools will not acknowledge our achievements? All of this at a school, where almost half of the students are on the school lunch program. This is a five star school.

- submitted by a community member
January 30, 2014
I am a current student at BCC. The school as a whole is excellent with great opportunities. The teachers here push you to do your best and to keep trying to achieve your goals. I wouldn't change it for the world. City Forever !! Class of 2016 :)

- submitted by a student
September 21, 2013
This school is amazing! They push us academically and help us meet our personal goals. Since going to this school, I've improved academically and have become more responsible. City forever!

- submitted by a community member
July 20, 2012
I'm a current student at BCC and I think this school is absolutely wonderful and challenging. I recommend anyone that is up to be academically challenged. The IB program is very unique and also very challenging. All through its not that diverse its still a great school with the teachers support and a friendly environment. This school is the BEST and I'm glad I chose to go here. :))

- submitted by a student
July 17, 2012
I feel like this school is being underrated and should be treated with more respect, besides Poly or Eastern. This is school is a Maryland Landmark.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2012
Next weekend our third child will graduate from City. My oldest son started there in 2004 (their class of 2008) and just graduated from the College of William & Mary. Each of our children have very different learning styles, temperaments, and interests, and the school work for each of them. The extracurriculars are excellent, the teaching quality very good, the IB program very challenging, and the current administrative leadership excellent. We do not feel that we compromised our children's education because we chose a Baltimore City public school. Quite the contrary, we feel their attendance here helped better prepare them for college and living in a multicultural society. It hasn't been a completely care-free 8 years there. There was a major problem with the former principal, but throughout all the years, the faculty commitment to educating each child remained. The school is physically imposing & beautiful on the outside, but suffers from the lack of public resources it deserves. The place feels very much like a family and the students seem to really connect with each other. I highly recommend this high school as an excellent choice for any family.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2011
City continues to maintain a consistent school providing a quality academic foundation. As a 1959 graduate and the father of a 1995 graduate I noted a consistency in City's academic foundation. I was also a middle school chess coach and noted City had many excellent players on its team. This gave me insight into the minds of many of its players.

- submitted by a community member
June 17, 2011
As in regards to schools for baltimore city...you have to fill out a school of choice form for your child number 1 to 5 in order of choice. My suggestion is to contact the student placement office on north avenue because the deadline for those forms has passed but if your new to baltimore city schools it probably won't apply to you

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2009
simpy amazing, my son who is now in the 11th grade has gone through a wonderful stage going to city. he is very happy, and feels privelage to go to city.

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November 16, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating September 20, 2009
I have one child who graduated from City one year ago and was accepted at several colleges and is now a full time college student and one child who will graduate next year, academically City is an excellent school, and I feel my children are and have been prepared for college. It appears though as if the Principal and staff are a little too lenient in regards to dress code and enforcing school policies and this is a recent and unfortunate change, I dont know if its City or the overall Baltimore City school administration but I hope that City will not allow their standards to be lowered because I we have too many positives, concerned and active parents and committed students to let that happen. Im still proud my kids attend and attended City, its still a good school. City Forever

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2009
I'm in my senior year at city. Over the past four years I've seen the school slowly decline. Administration isn't as strict as it needs to be. There are students here who don't deserve to be. But even at that this is still one of te best places in the city to get an education.I hate to admit this but Poly is the better school. But City holds it own against most schools. I'm proud to be a city knight.

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August 26, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating June 10, 2009
i am a current student at baltimore city college and it is a good school but there are so many things wrong that the administration does not know about or if they do they dont pay any attention to. The principal has his priorities mixed up he has places two plasma televisions inside of the lunch room. how can we afford to place televisions inside of the luch room when we do not have textbooks for every class that they are needed in and if we do have textbooks they are not up to date. I just do not understand how the staff can care more about the appearance of the school then the education of the students. The truth is that when most of the staff and administration stop caring so do the students!!!!

- submitted by a student
June 05, 2009
The sad thing is that Baltimore City College HS should be the best in the city. When I see schools like Poly and Eastern Tech being rated higher, it bothers me. I am an alumni of BCC and received one of the best enducations one can get in a public school system. Why have our rating fallen? It, of course, starts with leadership. It doesn't take rocket science to figure out that the principal and administrative staff must take charge, dictate policy (be committed to those policies) and maintain discipline at all times. City has always had a rich tradition and strong academics. I love City and it is a great school that needs to bring its standards up to where they use to be (and belong).

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 05, 2009
This could be a great school if it did not have staff that pretends to be elite. They sometimes have an arrogance about them that is not necessary. Some of the teachers will not return calls or emails. God forbid if you speak up about something that you disagree with.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2009
Good, caring teachers; some of them excellent. Warm atmosphere. Terrific parents. The kids are from across the spectrum and my son is comfortable in the school - even as a Freshman.

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January 28, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating December 02, 2008
One of the previous posters commented that the students are out of control. This can be said for students in just about any ublic school in any major city across the US. City College is among the elite in Baltimore City. I am proud of the strides that they have made in recent years. I am especially proud of the IB curriculim no longer being a choice but the standard. This school offers accademics, theater, music and so much more to stimulate students. I also love the updates that come by way of telephone. My children have unfortunately gotten used to substandard education in Baltimore City so they are being challenged by the standards at Baltimore City College. I know that they are in deed up to the challenge. It is now up to them to figure it out.

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2008
I transferred my son from Samuel Banks to Baltimore City College high. I am very pleased at the curriculum and the programs offered at the school. My son is excited about his new school and brags about the different sports program the school offers. The school is one of the best in the city. I'm glad he's a student.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2008
I am a graduate of the class of 2007, and i have to say that going to this school is a much better choice then any zone school. No matter what anybody says it's always good to go city wide school rather than going to a easy crappy zone school. Since it is a citywide school you will meet a great assortment of students acroos the city there is more diversity since it is a citywide school, instead of having all african american students, the amount of people there with that diversity gives a college like feel without the tuition and the dorms. Thing is you'll realize i like i did if you plan to do enginneering or computer related stuff afterwards you'd be better going to poly instead, there is a lot of tech classes i should had had to prepare for college.

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May 31, 2008
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March 16, 2008
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March 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2008
Looking back on my experience at City, I would say that yes there were, and still are, great programs offered. The IB program is amazing, but other than that city's classes are filled with out-of-control students. There are serious disciplinary issues. I feel as though the majority or the students that attend City don't realize what there being offered and don't take the chance or effort to be part of the IB classes. There are many kids that go to school at City that gamble, play dice, in the halls during class, skip class during other lunch periods and many of them ditch class to smoke pot. There are a handful of amazing teachers present at City but then again there are many that don't know what their teaching. I would consider City to be a high-end public school in the City of baltimore.

- submitted by a student
January 29, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2007
Speaking as an alum,I love City, it is a great school. It prepared me for and got me accepted and many of my class accepted into some of the best colleges in the country. HOWEVER City's status is declining partially because of the students and partially because of the Dawson administration. First and foremost requiring all freshman to enter the IB Program is a serious mistake! I was in the IB Program and received the IB Diploma. It is extremely challenging and it is NOT FOR EVERYONE. The IB standard should only self selected! It requires more than anything immense dedication and that is why it is optional. Forcing students to enter a program that they are not willing to put that EXTREME effort towards is setting the students up for failure! Instead, increase the college prep standard, 60 should not count as passing!

- submitted by a former student
October 14, 2007
I graduated from City in 2004. City was an excellent school despite what others say. Yes they might have worked us hard and gave a lot of homework, but it prepared us for the future. Now I here the passing grade is 55 that is ridiculous. I wish Mr.Wilson was still there even though I didn't agree with a lot of stuff he did. He made us thrive towards excellence and that is exactly what I did. It made a lot of us better people who wanted to work hard to get good grades. Mr. Dawson is allowing these students to do the minimum instead of doing their best.

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October 04, 2007
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August 28, 2007
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August 26, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating July 31, 2007
This school offers a private school education in a oublic school. The teachers are concerned and prepare them for higher education

- submitted by a community member
July 30, 2007
I graduated 2005. My experience at city was truly remarkable. As a freshman, the school was ran by Mr.J.Wilson. A lot of student didn't agree with his method of order instilling discipline into his students. Only until he left did we recognize the importance he had in our academic success. Mr Dawson took the place of Mr.Wilson and the difference were definitely noticed. Students were required to wear a student ID card at all times and guys had to tuck in all tee-shirts. Wow, I was really blown away the students were being treated like inmates. The students that were excepted into City college were supposed to be the best...and to be treated like this made it seem like they didn't trust who they were letting into the school.I would like to personally thank Mr. Wilson for his support.

- submitted by a former student
July 13, 2007
I am an alumnus of Baltimore City College (class of 2006) and I must say that City is not a bad school...it just has some problems. There are problems within the school, but what school doesn't have problems? The only reason why City College gets so much attention is because it is one of the oldest high schools in the country and it is known for its excellence. Overall, my experience was good there...not great, but better than what I would have at any other Baltimore City Public School.

- submitted by a community member
no rating July 01, 2007
I am going to be a freshman at City for the 2007-2008 school year and I hope and I think it will be a very good high school choice for me my mother is excited as well because she feels it is a well rounded high school. I am very excited and I cannot wait! ~Kadidra W.

- submitted by a student
June 22, 2007
After all the good news, I heard about City, I was shocked when I saw the interior/exterior of this school. It's dilapidated and although the staff cleans and paints, our excellent performing children deserves better. When I took my son to orientation, my vehicle was damaged in the parking lot due to the pot holes. I came back for his first day and literally almost passed out due to the heat in the building. Some great things about the school are: staff/instructors truly care, football team. Not so great things: Building, Lack of communication regarding non-fundraising events from administration. i.e. In English class your child will need books that you are responsible for getting (a list should be given out of all materials needed at the beginning of the year [Not to be confused with the summer reading list.) A better class emergency plan for inclement weather should be worked out.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
City College is an outstanding school. The best in the Baltimore Area

- submitted by a teacher
June 06, 2007
I have a child who attends City College and I have found Mr. Dawson and his staff to be outstanding. They are raising the academic and discipline standards at the school. They are requiring that all incoming freshmen enter the IB Program. This is a great move for the school. Prior to Mr. Dawson, the school was in a state of unrest. I applaud him and his staff for turning the school around.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2007
Another recent grad extremely upset with the current administration or the lack thereof. Great school but no leadership or vision.

- submitted by a former student
June 03, 2007
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May 09, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
January 04, 2007
Baltimore City College is a pretty amazing school. It has great academics, good sports, good clubs and a pretty good student body. It did have a good schedule, but Mr. Dawson got rid of that.

- submitted by a student
October 17, 2006
This current year is my junior year at City College and I absolutely adore it. We couldn't have a finer teacher staff and administration. Mr. Dawson has worked extremely hard trying to do things for this school. He really does have a heart for City. It's amazing to me how we have the International Baccalaureate curriculum (which I'm in and it's excellent). There are so many opportunities there; the choir, the sports, the theatre, the debate team . . . etc. However, this year they implemented a new 50-minute class period schedule that is inadequate. This is something I do not agree on. We used to have 90- minute periods where there was enough time to get everything done. Now it feels like we rush and cram everything in; leaving the day to feel unaccomplished. Eventually, this will work out though. City Forever!

- submitted by a student
September 29, 2006
Mr.Dawson has done nothing but good to the school.

- submitted by a student
September 21, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
September 02, 2006
I am a proud graduate of Baltimore City College High c/o 2002, and I read a few of the reviews of my dear alma mater and I was a little disappointed because some of you do not realize what City does for public schools. City stands out from other public schools because it provides a good education to good students...for free. To those of you who disagree, please remember that, nothing that mans' hands touch will be perfect but City is very close. Fellow alumni and current students, yes City is fun at times but, the bigger and brighter picture is that City is better than other schools because it provides a quality college prep education. To you old haters who say, 'It's not what it used to be,' well of course not because it's gotten 90% better and why don't you handle the rest. Class of 2007 Morgan State University

- submitted by a former student
July 27, 2006
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- submitted by a student
June 21, 2006
I graduated from City in 2005 and this school really prepaid me for college. My freshman year was a breeze.

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March 28, 2006
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- submitted by a teacher
March 25, 2006
City college has a major problem. The problem is that the majority of the students are blind to the various situtions around the building. All they care about is how 'fun' a teacher is. School can be fun but you are supposed to learn in the process. Yeah, many will say that you will have 'the time of your life here' which is true. You can ask anyone in the city if they feel the same about that schools and they will agree with that statement. The students don't realize that they are being cheated out of their education since they don't care. When students quit caring then we have the problems we have know.

- submitted by a student
March 09, 2006
City is so much fun. My best friends go here and something new or exciting is always happening. The teachers are also really great. Like, Ms.Kriwald and Miss Bury, they are so funny. I don't want to graduate but I will in 2008. By the way '08' is the best class that's ever been are city. We have the most school sprit and everything. And I'm an active member of the band. Right now, I play trumpet but I want to be a majorette next year.The only problem we have is our new principle. He things he's doing good for the school but he's kind of messign us up.

- submitted by a student
March 02, 2006
I am a senior at City, and I have had the time of my life at this school. Someone once told me that once you get out of your freshmen year, that time was going to fly by, and it did. I became involved with our varstiy football team as their manager, and I loved it. There is no other place to be other than attend City. I have worked with many different teachers of all cultures, students as well. I am so proud of my fellow classmates. Congratulations to the class of 2006!

- submitted by a student
February 08, 2006
My daugther is a freshman at City, and we both know she made the right choice. The curriculum and the extra curricular activities are great. Some say City may not be what it used to be, but now is the time to strive to get that back. My youngest daughter is looking forward to attending City, c/o 2011. And I am looking forward to being a proud parent of 2 City College graduates! City Forever

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2006
Baltimore city college is off the chain with it's education,activities, and conduct.City may not be like it use to, but we are still on top. Especially, city,state, and national wise.I am a sophomore right now but I plan on graduating from City in '08' with several scholarships.I know that this will happen becasue my excellent teachers are preparing for it. 'City Forever!' -Beneka

- submitted by a student
January 30, 2006
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- submitted by a teacher
January 29, 2006
I am a senior at Baltimore City College and I will agree with many when they say that this is a great school. City College has expectations of all its students. Many of the students take those challenges and rise to the occasion. There are a lot of underclassmen who have come into the school and decided that there were going to play. They are no longer at City College. My school is a part of my family's legacy. There are three generations that have attended. Mr. Dawson is a wonderful principal and he is really helping to make sure that years from now City College is that great 'Castle on the Hill'. I love my school and so do a lot of other fols. And no 55 is not an acceptable passing grade. You have to have 70 to pass but many students exceed the minimum. Congratulations 06. City Forever!

- submitted by a student
January 18, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
I am a member of the class of 2002. I have heard numerous comments on the condition of the once prestigious school. When I was a student we were enforced to rise above what was required. With that in mind, it was mandatory to receive a number of 32 credits in order to receive a BCC certificate. Recently, I was informed that the passing grade for a quarter is now 55. That is totally unexceptable! I was so heartbroken. It seems as if my hard work, while I was there, meant nothing. I personally did not agree with everything the Mr. Wilson did, but he was a person that excepted nothing but your best. He recognized potential in every student and he pushed until we acknowledged what he saw all along. I hope that City can gain its positive reputation. Teachers and administrators need not to lowerd their standards!

- submitted by a former student
January 03, 2006
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- submitted by a student
December 28, 2005
Yeah, City was a prestigious school but that was in the past. City's standards have fallen quite a bit since the era of which many people speak. Teachers should not have to hold your hand as they continue to do. In my opinion, the almuni are completely in the dark about how the school is being run-they are seeing it as being 'peachy'. There have been no changes since Mr. Wilson has left the school. He may have not been the perfect principal, but he got the job done. The newest administrator has overlooked the terrible conditions in the building. He may have done a few good things, like work slightly on academics, but thats about it. City is failing, and the cure for City's illness is to have an alumni become principal; an alum who cares.

- submitted by a student
December 14, 2005
In response to the studen's post earlier, as a member of the current graduating class (go '06!), I'm calling them on their bull. With whatever level of education you take at the school, if you're paying attention, you'll learn something. Even in my college-prep electives I've acquired and applied useful information.If a student involves themselves with the International Baccalaureate program, they will become more than knowledgable and proficient in several areas of knowledge. While I do have some personal problems with a teacher or two, that's nothing that should distract from the greatness of this school. If a student wants it, they can recieve the best education in Baltimore City at this school, private or public. Its certainly better than Poly.

- submitted by a student
November 28, 2005
I am not a parent of a City College Student but an overly satisfied graduate of the noteworthy institution. I am more than proud to have the honor of being a part of the graduating class of 2000. City not only taught me the skills I needed to succeed in the work force but also in life. The schools reputation speaks for itself and inside those walls you will find a great amount of diversity, respect and all you need to be successful. However, keep in mind it is not a place where someone will hold your hand and walk you through. You must take initiative and be willing to challenge yourself. I want to thank City College for the effective four years they offered me and wish the entire City College family much success and happiness! City Forever...

- submitted by a former student
November 24, 2005
I attend City College and I believe it is one of the worst schools in Baltimore City. In my year being there I haven't learned anything yet I had a 90 average. I do not get Classwork or Homework on a regular basis and I know now as much as I knew when I first attended City College. I would recommend that parents wouldn't consider City College a school to send their child to.

- submitted by a student
November 16, 2005
I'm a sophomore this year at BCC. Though last year was a troubling year for the Castle on the Hill, I'm very happy to report that things are much better for everyone this year. Principal Dawson has really stepped up and has given this school it's direction. He gave the school a sense of pride, something that definately showed at the City Poly Game this last week. Everyone in the school has a newfound faith in City, which not only shows on the football field but I'm predicting that it will also show on the test scores come this May. And it's not only the students that are happy- it's also the teachers. My teachers tell me how much better and more effecient it is to get things done under the new administration. It's time to shout CITY FOREVER from the rooftops again.

- submitted by a student
September 07, 2005
I am a senior at City and I honestly think that the school's status is slightly declining. I do not think this is attributed to the staff but rather the underclassmen who seem to have no knowledge of how fortunate they are to be in this school. They treat education like a joke. If they mature and get their act together, then City will remain a school and excellence and go on to achieve even greater accomplishments.

- submitted by a student
July 04, 2005
I am a soon to be junior at City College in September. My time there has been nothing but the best. I love this school! The first thoughts for me on high school was Western, but as soon as I went to open house at City, I had to go there. I am in the band and also run indoor and outdoor track. There are so many activities to choose from and everybody needs to be in at least one. The school's not perfect but it's very close.

- submitted by a student
May 30, 2005
city is a great school one of the top ten schools in maryland 93 percent of the people who gradute go to college even though city is a good school i decided to go to the school on falls rd poly a blue ribbion school of excellence.

- submitted by a student
April 15, 2005
I graduated from City in 2004. City has given me the tool to be successful after high school. Not onlt does City have an excellent curriculum but they also have excellent after school activities for students attending City and other local high school and middle schools. I'm glad i decided to go to City instead of the 'other school' on Falls Road. City Forever.

- submitted by a former student
July 23, 2004
Baltimore City College High School has an excellent curriculm. My daughter has learned so much the two years she has been there. She doesn't really like some of the students and maybe even some of the teachers, but I am happy that she attends City. Because not all schools can give here an education like city

- submitted by a student
May 17, 2004
I graduated from City College in 1995. There is no other school I could have imagined attending and maturing into a responsible adult. They have a great curriculum. As a matter of fact, all three of my siblings graduated from City, also. It's the best school in Baltimore and it has a rich history that spans across generation.I still have City Pride and the school ring is known far and wide(the castle on the hill). City was a launch pad for many great and influential people, such as former of Baltimore, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke, former governor William D. Schaffer and many more. Please beleive that if you have dreams of a great future, City is the place for those dreams to develop and mold into greatness!

- submitted by a former student
March 15, 2004
City is an exceptional school the mix of prestige, and tradition has provided my children with great opportunities. It is because of this as well as the superior curriculum that other city schools fail to provide that my child is going to one of the nations most esteemed schools.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2004
The school consists of excellent teachers which can relate to students on a personal level. Several teachers are graduates of city or they come from the same community. They emphasis the need to become involved in school activities and they stress the need to apply to colleges, with their one on one college advisors.

- submitted by a former student
January 20, 2004
Baltimore City high School has proved to be an excellent investment of time for my daughter.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2003
I am a student here at City College High School and though one may already expect me to say something nice about my school just to get people to want to attend, I will not do that. But I will say that City College is the best public school in Baltimore City. City College challenges your mind and allows you to tackle different obstacles everyday. This is school is definitely a cut above the rest and I am very privileged to attend City for my high school career. I am proud of the decision I made, and I hope you will be too. ~Senior, c/o 2004

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3220 the Alameda, Baltimore, MD  21218
(410) 396-6557
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