Located in a historically industrial section of southern Baltimore, Sherman Center partner schools serve racially and ethnically diverse students in grades prek-8. Lakeland Elementary/Middle School’s student population is approximately 48% Hispanic/Latinx, 43% African American/Black, 8% White, and 1% Other. At Maree G. Farring, students are about 32% African American/Black, 32% Hispanic/Latinx, 31% White, and 4% Other. Curtis Bay serves a student population that is 45% African American/Black, 36% White, 13% Hispanic/Latinx, and 7% Other. Bay Brook’s population is about 65%African American/Black, 26% Hispanic/Latinx, and 8% White; and Arundel’s students are 95.4% African American/Black, 2.9% Hispanic/Latinx, 1% White, and .6% Other*. The schools are characterized by dynamic, collaborative leaders, and clear goals for students’ learning and family engagement. To learn more about the Sherman Center’s partner schools, visit their websites listed below.
*Student demographics are taken from Baltimore City School Profiles; percentages may not equal 100% due to rounding.