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For generations Pikesville has been home to some of the best schools in our U.S education system. From pre-kindergarten to high school the educational institutions that parents and students are accessible to are nothing less than exceptional.

Our education system is made up of over ten schools ranging from private to magnet, all with unique opportunities for students to excel. Concentrated programs like Environmental Science and Dance at Sudbrook Magnet Middle School as well as AP courses in high school are just some of the many curriculum options available to students. Along with highly trained and educated faculty, all schools are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and technology. Woodholme Elementary, one of the most recent additions to the community, is equipped with fully stocked science labs, mobile computer labs and a TV production studio so that students gain hands on experience with technology at early ages.


With our superintendent constantly visiting our schools to ensure that they are maintaining a safe and successful learning environment, our students’ needs are well attended to. Currently, in most of our schools, enrollment exceed no more than 1,000 students so that each student receives the individualized attention from faculty and staff that they need. Special education parents and students can enjoy the security of knowing that their needs are taken into account in every institution. Every school in the Pikesville area has a specialized program and space that caters to students with learning and physical disabilities along with patient and trained special education instructors.

Time after time, our schools and students have been recognized for their outstanding achievements inside and outside of the classroom. For the past three years Pikesville High has been ranked in the U.S. News and World Report Top 100 High Schools.

Students are challenged daily with a rigorous curriculum and are encouraged to participate in opportunities to become involved outside of the classroom such as community service projects and varsity athletics. A diverse learning environment mixed with faculty and teachers that care about the quality of education their students are receiving, has made for successful graduates.x


Bedford Elementary School

Fort Garrison Elementary School

Pikesville Middle School

Milbrook Elementary School

Pikesville High School

Sudbrook Magnet Middle School

Summit Park Elementary School

Wellwood International School

Woodholme Elementary School


The Community College of Baltimore County

Coppin State University

Goucher College

Johns Hopkins University


Maryland Institute of Art

Morgan State University

Stevenson University

Towson University


University of Baltimore

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