Baltimore Civitas Middle/High School
Address
2000 Edgewood St.

,
21216

United States
Coordinates39°18′37″N 76°40′37″W / 39.31028°N 76.67694°W / 39.31028; -76.67694Coordinates: 39°18′37″N 76°40′37″W / 39.31028°N 76.67694°W / 39.31028; -76.67694
Information
School typePublic, Charter (formerly/similar)
Motto"Be engaged"
Founded2007
School districtBaltimore City Public Schools
SuperintendentDr. Gregory Thornton [CEO]
School number343
PrincipalFrederick Rivers
Grades6-12 (for the 2011-2012 school year)
Enrollment343[1] (2014)
AreaUrban
Color(s)Gray and Green
Websitewww.baltimorecityschools.org/343

The Civitas Middle/High School was a public secondary school in Fairmount, Baltimore City, Maryland, United States situated in the Walbrook Campus where it was originally established in 2007. Walbrook was currently closed down and two schools operated inside of the building - beside's Civitas, Bulford Drew Jemison Academy was also operating on the other half of the building. Baltimore Civitas Middle/High School was changed into a transformation middle and high school at the beginning of the 2011–12 school year. Later, the Civitas Middle/High School operated in Dr. Roland N Park Middle School.

Baltimore City Schools selected Civitas as one of several schools to close in 2014.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Enrollment for All Grades All Students : Demographics : Baltimore City - Baltimore Civitas : 2014 Maryland Report Card". Maryland State Department of Education. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  2. ^ https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/education/blog/bs-md-ci-school-closure-vote-20131217-story.html