Be a part of Baltimore County’s high school study
Baltimore County Public Schools encourages the public to be part of itsHigh School Capacity Study. The purpose is to study all BCPS high schools and identify potential options and strategies for providing enough seats for growing enrollment. This is the second round of public feedback. Public information sessions will feature new options based on prior feedback, and facility conditions will be considered. There will be a brief presentation, and the community will be able to view and discuss options and strategies with staff, and complete a survey. The survey will also be available online and will be translated into six languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. A complete timeline for the study is posted online. Study results will be presented to the Board of Education of Baltimore County. Email comments may be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org. All email comments received are public record, and will be logged and posted to the High School Capacity Study webpage including names but not email addresses. Personal information should be avoided (e.g., phone numbers, student names).
When and Where:
Public information sessions will run from 7-8 p.m.:
Tuesday, September 18, New Town High School, Auditorium/Cafeteria
Monday, September 24, Eastern Technical High School, Cafeteria
Tuesday, October 2, Loch Raven High School, Auditorium/Lobby
Survey online from Sept. 18 – Oct. 7