Founded in 2008, Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School is a mission-driven school in the historic community of Greenmount West.

Today, our school features beautiful spaces for learning and play, an extensive Seed to Table program, visionary leadership, talented and dedicated staff, and a dynamic and engaged parent community.

In our joyful and diverse learning community, children learn with the support of highly trained teacher-guides in carefully prepared classroom environments. In mixed age groupings, students explore a rigorous curriculum and engage in relevant projects that promote independence, critical thinking, and self-regulation.

Our whole child, hands-on approach supports students to develop the habits and mindsets necessary for success in school and in life. Key partners help us to meet the needs of our growing community and ensure our students have meaningful opportunities to explore the arts, develop their capacity for peace, and prepare for global citizenship.

Now serving 540 students in Pre-K3 through 8th grade, families travel from 26 different Baltimore City zip codes to attend our joyful and diverse learning community. Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School remains the first and only public Montessori school in Baltimore.


Fast Facts

  • Baltimore’s 1st and only public Montessori school, opened in 2008
  • Serving 540 students in Pre-K3 through 8th grade
  • Children come from 26 zip codes across Baltimore City
  • 1,000+ children on our wait list
  • Rigorous curriculum integrating Language, Math, Science, Cultural Studies, Tech, and Theater Arts
  • Engaging children through all of their senses, with Arts Integration and Seed to Table
  • Small student to staff ratio (14:1)
  • Talented and dedicated teachers average 15 years of experience
  • Daily attendance rate of 94% – one of the highest of all City Schools
  • Diverse student body – 67% African American, 26% White, 3% Hispanic or Latino, 4% more than one race; ~55% of students come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds
  • According to the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment, 62% of students demonstrate readiness versus the City (25%) and State (40%)
  • Students outperform their peers in City Schools on the MCAP for Math and ELA
  • ~85% of our graduates are admitted to high quality schools of their choice
  • Average satisfaction level of 87% on key climate indicators
  • Extensive supports for families, including food pantry, clothing bank, and counseling resources
  • Key partners to boost capacity, particularly for equity, data analysis, literacy, and technology
  • Extensive extra curricular opportunities

Visit the Maryland State Report Card to see more school-level data. (Note: Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, most recent state report card data is from 2018-19.)