Anne Arundel County Elementary School: Annapolis Elementary 180 Green St, Annapolis, MD21401 Annapolis Elementary is a part of the Anne Arundel County Elementary School, which covers multiple elementary schools,…More charter schools and high schools. At Annapolis Elementary, each student takes part in a curriculum that covers dance, English, physical education, science and a vast array of other subjects. Annapolis Elementary also offers guidance counseling that provides individual student planning, substance abuse education, diversity awareness and more.
West Annapolis Elementary School 210 Annapolis St, Annapolis, MD21401 A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, West Annapolis Elementary School is home to the Retrievers. With student…More enrollment at about 250, West Annapolis is a public elementary school in Anne Arundel County serving children ranging in age from kindergarten to 5th grade. Christine Stockett serves as the Principal of this Maryland Green School.
Annapolis Elementary School 180 Green St, Annapolis, MD21401 Located right in the heart of the historic district, Annapolis Elementary School is more than 100 years old, making it…More the oldest public shool in the state of Maryland. Annapolis Elementary has a student population of approximately 200 students coming from various parts of the city and ranging in age from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Susan Myers serves as the principal of this Title 1 school.
Annapolis High School (AHS), located on Riva Road, is home to the Panthers and serves grades 9 to…More 12. AHS is a Maryland Green School since 2001 and an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School since 2005. The IB program incorporates world and cultural experiences with a challenging curriculum for students in grades 11 and 12. The Middle Years Program is offered to students in grades 9 and 10. Students must apply to participate. Other programs offered to students at AHS include vo-tech through the Center of Applied Technology at South River, college prep with AVID (Advanced via Individual Determination), and leadership training with Naval Junior ROTC.
Annapolis and Bates middle schools feed into Annapolis High, as do the following elementary schools: Annapolis, Eastport, Georgetown East, Germantown, Hillsmere, Mills-Parole, Rolling Knolls, Tyler Heights and West Annapolis.
In the spring of 2010, Principal Donald Lilley was recognized as High School Principal of the Year by the Maryland Association of Secondary School Principals for his leadership efforts at the school since he started there in 2004.
Georgetown East Elementary School 111 Dogwood Rd, Annapolis, MD21403 Home to the Super Seahawks, Georgetown East is a public elementary school in Anne Arundel County serving grades pre-k…More through 5. With a school population just under 350, Michele Batten serves as school principal. Georgetown East is a Title 1 school.
Eastport Elementary School 420 5th St, Annapolis, MD21403 Situated in the city's relaxed Eastport Community, Eastport Elementary is home to the Skipjacks and for good reason -…More the school is feet away from the Chesapeake Bay and has waterfront views from two different angles. This public elementary school, which includes grades pre-k through 5, celebrated its 100th year during the 2009-2010 school year. Lynne Evans is the Principal.
Located in the heart of Annapolis' Historic District, St. Mary's Parish serves a large group of people by offering…More more than 12 Liturgies every weekend. The church also has both an elementary school and a high school on it's premises. Rev. John Kingsbury, C.Ss.R serves as the pastor. For more information, visit the church's Web site.
Mills-Parole Elementary School 103 Chinquapin Round Rd, Annapolis, MD21401 Home to the Dolphins, Mills-Parole is a public elementary school in Anne Arundel County. The school, located just off of…More West Street on Chinquapin Round Road, has a population of about 500 students, ranging from pre-kindergarten to fifth grade. Alfreda Adams serves as the school's principal and Geoffrey Casey is the assistant principal. Originally known as Parole Elementary, the school's named changed in the 1994 to honor the late Walter S. Mills, who served as an educator and principal for about 40 years. Mills-Parole Elementary is a Title 1 school.