Baltimore Career Academy
101 West 24th Street


United States
Coordinates39°18′58″N 76°37′6″W / 39.31611°N 76.61833°W / 39.31611; -76.61833Coordinates: 39°18′58″N 76°37′6″W / 39.31611°N 76.61833°W / 39.31611; -76.61833
School typePublic, Alternative, Adult
School districtBaltimore City Public Schools
SuperintendentDr. Sonja Brookins Santelises[1]
School number854[2]
PrincipalJamel Crandall[2]

Baltimore Career Academy is a public high school located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States that offers both academic and skills training in an alternative learning environment.[3] The program integrates academic classes with occupational specific training for youth, ages 16–21. The school also offers credit recovery and GED courses for those students who have completed high school credits in other schools.[4][5][6][7][8]


  1. ^ "Meet CEO Sonja Brookins Santelises". Baltimore City Public Schools. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  2. ^ a b "Career Academy". Baltimore City Public Schools. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  3. ^ Desmon, Stephanie (2000-09-21). "U.S. honors Career Academy's work". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2021-08-29. falling in with the wrong crowd - and have come to Baltimore's Career Academy, where they'll get another chance at that elusive diploma, ...))
  4. ^ "Baltimore Career Academy". Baltimore Career Academy. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
  5. ^ "City's old school buildings have value - Baltimore Sun". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2021-08-29.
  6. ^ Davis, Ryan. "A desperate search comes to horrific end". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2021-08-29. Giles had completed the General Educational Development program in March at what was then Baltimore Career Academy, a public school program ...
  7. ^ Thompson, Jean (1997-01-23). "City looks to privatize 9 schools Nonprofits' plans for management due for approval today; In search of improvement; Chosen operators will take control starting in September". Retrieved 2021-08-29. Baltimore Career Academy is proposed as a new South Baltimore high school; Cherry Hill is the organizers' preferred location, ...
  8. ^ Media Outreach: A Public Relations Guide to Working with Your Local Media. U.S. Department of Education. 2000.