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5207 Roland Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210

(410) 396-6420
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4 stars
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April 22, 2014
Roland park is a pretty good school. The class sizes are to big, but parent volunteering helps to ease the over whelming task of teaching 30 kids with no help. There should be an assitant to help teachers everyday not only when a parent shows up.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2014
Roland Park is fortunate to serve a population of students that performs well academically and has strong parental support. It's hard to go wrong with kids that value education. That said, I don't find the instructional practices or overall faculty/staff performance to be as impressive as the children themselves. In other words, I think the school capitalizes on its kids. Teachers are not particularly friendly (there are of course exceptions), they do not make any effort beyond what is required of them to include parents, they do not demonstrate particularly forward-thinking instructional practices (my child is drowned with dittos, for instance, and frequently describes boring lectures), and they (at least in my limited experience with 7th and 8th grade teachers) fail to see the connection between their practices and student achievement. The answer to my complaints will undoubtedly be, "But look at their scores!" My point is the scores are not a direct reflection of teacher competence. These children would be successful anywhere and this school fails to take them to the heights they could reach with excellent guidance. The 4-star rating reflects the kids, not the adults.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2014
My son transferred here from Landsdowne Elementary school last December mid-1st grade. I used to think Lansdowne was a great school but my son started RPEMS miles behind the other kids in his class academically. It took extra time and patience from his teacher to help him get caught up. His teachers have been wonderful and his class is definitely a mix of kids who learn easily and other children who struggle a bit; like all public schools. I dont know how the classes are divided (there are 4 classes in his grade) but I do not believe they just pile the smartest kids into one class like a reviewer commented. And no parent contact? I get at least 5 emails a week from the school discussing upcoming events and anytime I have a question I email his teacher and she responds within the hour. Last year his teacher was the same way. My son also has ADHD. His teacher tried very hard to work with us because she really wanted to try everything before we tried medication. I dont think she even agreed with medicating him (at first). She tried so hard, working with us on a plan and going above and beyond what you could ask from any 2nd grade teacher with a whole class to manage. We love RPEMS!

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2014
The educational excellence at Roland Park has declined significantly in the past ten years. The administration is ill equipped to teach the modern day student. Although there have been changes to administrators and curriculum over these years, the attention to statistical results has increased. Unfortunately the wholeness of the student's experience is diminished. My son is a highly functioning student with ADHD. The teachers have little experience in dealing with special needs and exceptional children are often the casualities of this lack of training. I have had other children come through the school and I am so disappointed in what is offered today. The school is holding on to the legacy of its former years and the expectations of the community in which it resides. However, I think the community at large is disappointed with the mediocrity that is now the "common core" standard for education at Roland Park.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2013
RPEMS has gone down in recent years. Their clubs are more limited now, elitist, and poorly supervised. There is also no parent contact, which is okay if your kid is doing well, but can be very bad if your kid struggles. Teachers just keep giving work, get very irritated with low performers, and offer little support and encouragement. Instruction is test-driven, and students are just data. Classes are overcrowded and students have to compete for attention, which just means quieter students fall by the wayside or are ignored. All of this comes down to ineffective administrators. My formerly high-performing son has recently been diagnosed with ADHD, and now has low academic self-esteem and an overwhelming feeling that his teachers just don't like him. The school environment has made him miserable and frightened by punitive teachers and bullying students. I will transfer him back to his old school...where his teachers put forth an effort and cared whether he succeeded or failed, not just if they were getting their paycheck and rest on the school's former reputation. I want my son to get a good education, but not at the cost of his happiness, self-confidence, and self-esteem.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2013
Roland Park is a good school if your child is ready to beat out other children for the best teachers. I am not sure why so many parents would put their child here when itis clear the higher level classes beginning in first grade are all rigidly tracked with best teachers. Fortunately I am the parent of a high achiever but I do not know why more parents do not speak out. Perhaps the "vocal" members of the Roland Park community like it that way but it is a form of strict educational segregation. Alternatively, I would rather pay money to attend one of the more responsive independent schools where at least ALL children have a better chance at being taught rigorous curriculum at a high level.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2013
RPEMS is a terrific city school, offering parents a public option to all the private choices in the city. With a new pricipal, there is renewed interest in becoming a Blue Ribbon school again, and a welcomeness to parent involvement. The parent community is outstanding - very engaged in making RPEMS outstanding not only for current students, but for students of future generations. Teachers are experienced but for the most part energetic and engaged as well. There just aren't enough teachers to effectively shrink the size of the classes. The class sizes are one of a few reasons I didn't give RPEMS 5 stars. While I think most of the leadership is strong, there is at least one vice principal who is terrible. I also think there isn't enough emphasis on science, or enough PE. But I think those failures are a function of the school system rather than the school.

- submitted by a parent
August 12, 2013
My son is entering 6th grade this fall. We are new to Maryland and the staff at this school made our transition so much easier. The principal asked my son how he could help him have a great year. We had an amazing experience!

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
My son will be going to middle school in 2014. We do not live in the area. We are in the 21207 zone. I have the option to sign him up in an non-zone school. I am thinking about your school and for now, also Kipp Ujima Ac.

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2013
Roland Park is the crowned jewel of Baltimore City Public Schools for multiple reasons..the teachers are excellent, the academic environment is excellent, the extra-curricular activity offerings are numerous and varied, and by far this is the most parentally engaged school in the universe...ROLAND PARK ROCKS!

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2013
Wonderful community, great kids, touches all the basics, but not much beyond that. Everything is test driven. if it isn't on the test, you won't see it taught in the classroom. Teaching staff & class assignment is vastly uneven, thus one can have a radically different experience dependent on one's class placement in the school. Has the components to be an amazing school, but the difficulty lies in it's administration & in particular with it's Elementary Assistant Principal who is obstructive, punitive, & stubbornly unresponsive to staff & parental suggestion. Class size is too large & instruction limited as a result. Given a different administration, more open to dialogue, the school could be truly amazing. This year's acting principal is such a delight in comparison to the former principal, who in response to parents complaining about bullying said: "There's no bulling." The anti bulling program is a joke & consists of handing out stickers with a slogan, rather than a comprehensive, far reaching anti bulling program interwoven in the curriculum throughout the year. The Middle School Assistant Principal is great though. Class size is far too large & needs capping.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2012
Treachers that wreally impacted my life were my fouth grade math teacher who was just the best and even when I was in fifth grade she would let me come into her room and ask for help , ( scince my fifth grade math teacher was horrible I tried so extremly hard and she never even cared ) And of course my amazing first grade teacher who was just WOW infact her teaching was so amazing that I learned to read in just 3 months ! Even before I left she gave me hugs and asked not only about me but my entire family( my mom and her are facebook friends) ! Other than that all the other teachers I had were just unexceptable or average this school is full of favoritists , cheaters , and rule breakers . I pretty sure they do not tell parents about how our elementary vice principal has a group of girls crowding around her and how she sets a bad example and refuses to punish the girls if they do something bad ( for example my younger sister was being constanly bullied by this girl whom was part of this gruop and when my sister told on her all the vice said was I am sure a nice girl like her would never do thet ) . The academics are okay nothing amazing and the administration and principal :( .

- submitted by a community member
November 18, 2012
RPEMS was so bad I have nightmares about it! I recently moved and I am very happy.I was there k-3 and it was terrible the most of the class's were hard to understand,a lot of stuff was based on favoritism,and the bullying was not under control.me and my sister went to after school and one monitors had a beer app and pretended to pour a glass of the kids! And the some of the third grade teachers gossiped more then they taught. And if you take away the teachers,students,other staff the school would still be bad! And there plan of dismissal was lose 20 minutes after elementary was dismissed the middle school can out. The whole point of this message is " thank gosh my family moved!"

- submitted by a community member
August 18, 2012
It's a good school IF you assure they stay on the Adv Academic or Ingenuity tracks. In a microcosm this tracking system is what has the public system tetering on disaster. e.g. if your kid gets stuck in a "regular" track in MS they will have a really tough time getting into a civilized and positive classroom environment, and out of the "I hate school" cycle of doom.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2011
I think my child, who attended middle school at Roland Park, greatly benefited from the general atmosphere of organization and discipline. In his middle school years (now doing very well in a city high school) my child just did not have the maturity to have free periods or to go out for recess without strong adult supervision. I do think the parents at Roland Park, especially those who have jobs in city government, universities and other think tank/policy places forget that they may be experts in what they do, but they are clueless about how to run a school or pretty much do anything other than moan and complain, let the school people run the school. One very small minority of parents in particular really made my child feel uncomfortable because they were lobbying for school changes that just did not work of me and my child. I may have gone to UMBC, not some fancy college, but I know when my child is happy and learning. I just wish the tiny and overly vocal reform group at RPMS would remember that what is right for them is not right for everybody. The school is very structured and has strong leadership, but I liked it that way and it worked for my son.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2011
This school has an amazing parent community and is seen as the best public school in Baltimore. My kids got a good elementary education, and there are some real gems among the teaching staff. However, the bureaucratic administrators have created a climate that values the ease of the adults over what's good for kids. Parents that want to fundraise, chaperone or volunteer in the cafeteria are OK. However, if you have an idea, a question, want information about curriculum, then you are treated to condescension, avoidance and delay. Many families bail out if they can for middle school, but the school has no incentive to be more transparent or less toxic because there are always more families lining up to take their place as the quality of schools overall in Baltimore is so uneven. Unfortunately as well, the administrators feel that a command and control culture of discipline is necessary, making middle school a bigger drag for the kids than it needs to be. I really wish this school had better leadership that set a tone of empathy for children, openness to parents at the table as decision makers and commitment to making this a school that educates heads AND hearts and bodies.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2011
it's ok I mean it does not deserve #3 no offense It is creative in the classrooms though

- submitted by a teacher
March 10, 2011
I LOVE THIS SCHOOL!!!! Its only my first year, but the students, teachers, administrators, and parents are great. We have community activities and the teachers think of creative things to do, educationally. I also like this school because it has all different races, colors, and people. I would recommend this school to any kid looking for a fun time, a great education, and some happy memories.

- submitted by a community member
November 19, 2010
I had to pull my son from RP, which he had attended from first through fifth. The bullying was horrendous and often directed at my son. I pleaded all the way to the board many times to no avail. I felt like an abusive parent just sending my child to school. The cursing, the tough attitudes, the rudeness of the children is disturbing. I could write a book about the absolute absurdity of this school...and all that is swept under the rug. And if you are a parent of a bullied child, be prepared to be shunned.....until other children begin to get bullied. Then the parents will be calling on you for help. My son is in a co-ed private school and is so happy he is like the kid I knew before the fiasco at Roland Park Public School. My son prefers getting a real education as opposed to memorizing for the state and nation tests. And at his new school, they practice physical education everyday. Considering today's world of computers, cell phones and texting (not to mention the number of overweight children)....phys ed is, in my opinion, a necessity. . The lack of empathy, civility and compassion at Roland Park Public School is criminal

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 13, 2010
Great parent community. Committed principal and faculty.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2010
I'm new to Maryland. I searched long and hard for my child to get the best education. Amongst my search I found Roland Park; Did my research, read the reviews and asked around, this school seemed to be the best choice for my child. I must say the Principal and the administrative staff has not made the trainsition easy. They failed to proved me the proper information I needed to enroll my child via phone, so I traveled to MD. hoping to communicate better face to face. This is when I met the Principal her unprofessional attitude was SHOCKING! I was surprised she was so RUDE since the school has such a great reputation for academic excellence. If I didn't already sign my lease, I would not send my child there simply due to her attitude. I wonder how the rest of the school year is going to go.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 26, 2010
It is a wonderful community of dedicated teachers, involved parents and friendly kids!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 21, 2010
they have wonderful teachers, administrators, and parents who want all the kids to do well

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 20, 2010
In a neighborhood surrounded by private schools and private school families, it's easy to feel pressure to go that route. But, from the first time we walked into that school (more than 7 years ago), RPEMS made it easy for us to stay public school believers. Our children and their friends are thriving in a calm, curious, caring place.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2010
they have wonderful teachers and a great program that integrates the arts.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2010
I love RPEMS because both my kids love the school. There are great teachers, great opportunities for music and sports. The active PTA has made a big difference as well.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 19, 2010
Good teachers, healthy environment, good parents involvement. My son loves it!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 19, 2010
RPEMS is a true community school. This is a school truly is part of the families and the families are part of the school. Go RPEMS.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 19, 2010
RPEMS has all of the key components that make up a great school. We have wonderful teachers and active smart creative parents who have smart creative children. Everyone works together.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2010
True, Roland Park is one of the best public schools in B'moreCity. It has greater resources due to its well-funded&highly involved PTA. And yes, RP has high test scores. But I don't believe these scores are a result of the curriculum, which is mediocre. This is a population of kids that's been read to early & often; the parent base is highly-educated, upper-middle class. True, most RP teachers are dedicated to excellence. But the administration is bureaucratic & lacks imagination. It leads either by avoidance or adherence to the status quo. Your child is viewed only as a set of test scores . Finally, I disagree that this school is 'just as good as area private schools.' Except in Math, this is untrue. Private schools have the resources to offer greater enrichment in many areas & low student-teacher ratios. RP is fine and it's free. For my family that's enough.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2009
RPEMS is a top-quality public school with excellent test scores and an award-winning arts integration curriculum. The PTA is active and innovative, the staff is friendly and welcoming, and the teachers are dedicated, energetic, and caring. We have two children who attend RPEMS and couldn't be more pleased with our elementary school experience.

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August 23, 2009
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January 16, 2009
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- submitted by a student
January 12, 2009
i graduated from roland park.this is a awesome school .i got the best education ever.the teachers are great .when you graduate you don't just leave with a diploma you leave with a family.

- submitted by a community member
November 15, 2008
I love this school, it has marvelous teachers and a great building. All the parents there are totally involved with the school and put their heart into it just like all the other administrators and teacher. I definetly recommend this school to every child in Baltimore City from the grade K-8. Best school yet!

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2008
This is an excellent school with heavy parental involvement and excellent teaching and learning. My experience with the teachers, administration, paraprofessionals, and others has been wonderful. I feel that my child is appreciated for who she is and that she is receiving a quality education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 26, 2008
Since the departure or Mariale Hardiman, the school simply has not been the same. Not to say that it was perfect before Hardiman was in charge, but the change has been visible, and it is rather unfortunate. The elementary school did a lot more for me than the middle school, however, I attended before zoning was a major issue.

- submitted by a student
May 28, 2008
We have two children at this school - both in the middle school. As we are not zoned for this school elementary school here was not an option. The middle school has two magnet programs - Ingenuity and Advanced Academic. These programs draw the brightest middle schoolers in Baltimore City. We have been very happy here, but it would be better if this level of academics was available in our zoned middle school. Because we travel across town to go to school it is difficult to do all afterschool activities they'd like to do, or for me to be as involved a parent as I'd like to be. On the other hand I believe my kids are getting a great education here and will be well prepared for highschool.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2008
A rebuttal to the parent who complained about the 'elitist' selection method of the after school programs - I know for a fact that the volunteers who run these programs use a lottery system to choose the participants. And they are heartsick at having to turn down anyone. But it is a simple fact - there are far more students wanting to get into these programs than there are parents willing to volunteer. I am so sick of people bad mouthing the administration, the teachers, and the other parents at this wonderful school when they themselves give NO SUPPORT. You want your kid to have organic school lunches? Then pack the lunch yourself! You want there to be more activities? Organize and sponsor one yourself! Put up or shut up.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2008
We have two children at the school and our experience over the past four years has been quite mixed. The teachers range from average to very good and the parents are involved with the school. On the down side, the school is beholden to an extremely structured, uncreative curriculum called 'direct instruction' which tends to teach rote skills at the cost of the child actually mastering and internalizing the concepts. To supplement this overly dry and unimaginative curriculum, the school attempts to provide a variety of 'additional programs' to some of the children. Unfortunately, these programs are only open to select students and the selection process tends to have an 'elitist', who-you-know quality to it. All in all, our experience has been that the school has not inspired our children to learn but rather has made them mostly uninterested in school activities. This is very unfortunate given the tremendous potential available.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2008
I have been teaching at Roland Park for ten years, and I have two children who went to school here. I love my job there; the parent involvement and support is outstanding, and the administration, teachers, and other staff are supportive and are dedicated to helping our students succeed. My children's educational experience at Roland Park was as good as any private school or the best of the county schools. Concerning some of the comments posted about having too much testing and test preperations, I can only wonder, 'What planet do you live on?' We have been living in a world of high stakes testing for well over a decade, and it is the school's job to prepare students for these tests. Furthermore, we teach a great curriculum year round. As far as the school's discipline policy, if there's no discipline, student learning will suffer. Some parents are just sour grapes.

- submitted by a teacher
April 04, 2008
It's 8 months of test preparation and 2 months of education at RPEMS. The quality of the teaching staff varies alot and most cannot overcome the weaknesses of the canned curriculum. The after school program is problematic. However, the parents and staff do try very hard, and if more parents were willing to get involved in curricular decisions, the school could be very good. It is worth giving it a try.

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March 18, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating January 29, 2008
Our son transfered to RPEMS several months ago because he has a learning disability and wasn't getting any help for it at a Catholic school. (The Catholic school readily admitted they had no program for him and recommended we transfer him.) Our 7-year-old has been at RP for 3-4 months now and I have to say everyone we've dealt with at RP has been wonderful. Supportive, loving to our boy, encouraging to us when our spritis would flag. Coming back from the holidays, our boy seemed to come alive and all the good things that RP offers are seeping into him at a faster and faster pace. I give the school 5 stars at this point.

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December 10, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
I posted a review of Roland Park Elementary earlier (Feb 07) and am relieved to see that I am not alone in my concern regarding an over-emphasis on testing. Although since that posting my children are happier there, I am even more convinced that the testing emphasis is a problem. Since the state tests were taken a few weeks ago, there has been no homework and clearly inconsistent interest from the teachers in accomplishing anything. My daughter has been told (by long-term students and teachers alike) that the these last days of school are 'optional.' My primary concern with the school is not that it isn't 'fun' as a subsequent review poster implied, it's that it is not focused on helping children to become life-long learners and problem-solvers. High test scores do not assure a high-quality education.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2007
I am a parent of a child that attends Roland Park Middle School and believe me this school isn't what it cracks up to be! If your child's not in the ingenuity program or the AA program, then do not send your child here. The staff at this school has no professionalism, especially the principal! Ms. Cole has no idea of the events that occur in her school and this woman is the Principal. She needs to be more involved in the school. And let me reinerate that these teachers and staff are very unprofessional.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2007
As a new comer to the area in 2006 school year. My family was welcome with a lot of open arms from staff to students. We feel like we have always live in this community. We really enjoy how much the school comes together put on May-Mart. Its so nice to see a community working together to make our kids a better school. I had one issue I talk to the assistant principal within a day it was fixed without any more follow up about this matter.

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May 30, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2007
All through elementary school I looked forward to sending my child to middle school at RPEMS because of Dr Hardimans model for education. What a huge disappointment. The math teacher (MS. Hoffman) is closest to Dr Hardimans model. There are inadequate numbers of textbooks. The school is not well maintained, the cafeteria a joke. A failing grade for school information dissemination. The PTA is not welcoming if you don't live in Roland Park.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2007
My children are former students of RPEMS. We were there for 8 years before I pulled them out to homeschool. RPEMS is so obsessed with test score that they take away the fun of learning. The school failed my children. I have one child who struggled with certain classes, but when he asked for help he was turned away. I have another child who is gifted and while enrolled in the GATE program after school, he wasn't challenged during the day. He was very bored. I wouldn't recommend this school, unless you are looking for a military base for your child. Test scores aren't everything.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2007
I am very pleased with Roland Park overall. The test scores would not be so high if the children were not learning. And as far as the discipline that takes place. I think that it is great. In 2007 children are known to be out of control if you do not take the time and instill discipline. Discipline should be taught at home as well as school. And as far as not talking at lunch I believe the level of the childrens voices are where the problem may be. Children must learn that it is not always play time, but yet have play time in their daily schedule. So I agree with the so called authority that the staff implements. I have been a parent at Roland Park for 5 years and would not have it any other way. Maybe Roland Park is not a fit for everyone.

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October 02, 2006
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- submitted by a student
no rating February 01, 2006
Roland Park public is an excellent environment to stimulate, develop, and cultivate young minds. Daughters Hassa and Hussa were well prepared academically, culturally, and socially. Their training at Roland Park prepared them for scholarship opportunities to study at Bryn Mawr, Tufts University, a year at University of Tuebingen in Germany, grad school at Emory University and Monterey Institute of International Studies including internships in South Africa and Jamaica. They were introduced to languages (Japanese and German), music, and cultural diversity at Roland Park. A credit to the Roland Park experience they have graduate degrees, traveled and studied internationally, and now preparing for medical and law school... all by the age of 22. The Roland Park program including the administration, faculty, and staff with parental support sow confidence, encourage dreamers, and expect success.

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December 09, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2005
The academic standards are pretty high and they get homework regularly. Still my child is enthusiastic about going to school everyday and so are the other children whose parents I talk to regularly. The parents are very involvedd in the school. They recently raised upwards of 100,000 for new school playgrounds.

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July 02, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2005
Roland Park Elementary School should be a national model for urban educational institutions. Its resourceful and connected principal infuses the school with the possibilities of education. She believes that students' brains are most responsive when the environment, including classrooms and shared spaces like hallways, include vibrant examples of student work. In my year at the school as a parent, I have yet to meet a teacher, administrator, librarian, resource teacher or office personnel who is not completely committed to each and every student in the school regardless of their backgrounds. This is a recommendation in and of itself given that this public school is surrounded by $20,000 a year private prep schools. Roland Park's test scores compete with even these expensive institutions. I look forward to spending the next 8 years there.

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March 14, 2005
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January 12, 2005
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- submitted by a student
April 09, 2004
Completely committed to assure the success of every child. Excellent, creative, and caring teaching staff and a principal who demands excellence from everyone who walks in the door. It is the best elementary/middle school in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.

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January 14, 2004
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August 22, 2003
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Roland Park Elementary/Middle School
5207 Roland Ave, Baltimore, MD  21210
(410) 396-6420
Last modified Roland Park Elementary/Middle School is a Public school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Roland Park Elementary/Middle School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 67 reviews.