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Cherry May 12, 2008


Hi, We are moving from overseas to MD area. What are the family friendly areas with great elementary schools

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Llames7 January 5, 2009


My husband and I are retired military. We were stationed in WA for 12 yrs before coming here to the MD area. I am og from... More »

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mrmurphy November 7, 2009


If you move to the City, you should look at Medfield Heights, Roland Park, Hamilton, Holabird, or Morrell Park (maybe).... More »

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angelanicole5 August 24, 2009


How old does your child have to be to begin Pre-K?

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mrmurphy November 7, 2009


3 year olds are allowed in certain special programs. 4 year olds for most city preK

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mrmurphy November 7, 2009


3 year olds are allowed in certain special programs. 4 year olds for most city preK

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tdwilkins November 1, 2009


What are the thoughts on the opening of a middle school inside of Western High?

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IklimV October 13, 2009


We are living in Switzerland, most probably will be moving to USA in the coming months. My son is already in the first grade, but can I put him... More » 

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TeacherParent October 14, 2009


Yes. Your son will learn English quickly- young minds do and the younger the better. You don't say where you're moving... More »

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IklimV October 15, 2009


Thank you all for your kind responses :)) We live in the German part and he speaks German. Keeping your ESL suggestions... More »

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kgparent September 16, 2009


My family is considering moving from Columbia to Ellicott City for better schools. My son is in Kindergarten. What neighborhoods are good?

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S_Graalum October 9, 2009


In choosing, you may want to consider whether you would like to walk or have your child bused to school. Or your child... More »

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Anonymous October 8, 2009


Right now, she's interested in Journalism.

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MSMomm October 8, 2009


You should check with the school to see if they have, or offer, tuition assistance or a scholarship. Many private schools... More »

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healthy11 October 8, 2009


Also, some private schools give free or reduced tuition to students of parents who work there, or volunteer a lot. That... More »

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Miriam August 14, 2008


What school districts have the best reputation in or around Baltimore?

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tpriol February 26, 2009


The Best Public Schools in the city are Poly, City, Dunbar High School and Kipp Academy. The Best Public ones in county... More »

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Sabbby September 27, 2009


There are plenty of great public schools. Don't make the same mistake I did by sending my child to Cardinal Shehan thinking... More »

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ALMGILBERT October 15, 2008


I am lost of how to help him. He has an IEP. He gets accomadations. At home I have workbooks, games, leapster, vtech and computer games. He does... More » 

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tpriol March 5, 2009


Can you home school him? Get any of the books by Micheal Gurian.

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ablessing September 21, 2009


Have you gone to the IEP meetings? If yes then .you and his teachers as well as the IEP team should be discussing why... More »

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Miriam August 14, 2008


What school districts have the best reputation in or around Owings Mills?

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jdminge September 14, 2009


I am wandering the same..I think private may be your safe bet

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tiyonna-val September 2, 2009


My daughter school do not have any lunch applications and I am looking for another place to get one.

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MagnetMom September 2, 2009


Hi tiyonna-val and welcome to GreatSchools Parent Community. Your best bet would be to call the district and find out... More »


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