Division of Curriculum and Instruction. Disseminate program and application information to parents and students through a variety of means (including a telephone hotline, newspapers, libraries, school personnel, and the Internet); Coordinate efforts with curriculum offices to ensure that magnet programs maintain high standards and rigorous ...
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The online application deadline for the 2021-2022 school year is Friday, November 6, 2020 (1:00 pm). WELCOME to Baltimore County Public Schools' online Magnet Application System. Please use the grade level buttons to the left to explore the program options available to your student. Use the Learn More button above for additional information about Baltimore County Public Schools' magnet programs and the magnet application, assessment, and selection process.
Baltimore County Public Schools does not employ any admissions criteria for elementary or middle school magnet programs. Students applying to high school magnet programs are required to attend an assessment. Prior to attending an assessment, applicants MUST obtain the Assessment Guidelines for EACH program selected on the application. The Assessment Guidelines contain specific information about each assessment and any preparation required prior to the assessment.
Office of Magnet Programs Page | 1 April 2015. INTRODUCTION. In November 2013, Metis & Associates reported the results of a six-month evaluation of the magnet programs in Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS). This thorough report presented findings and made recommendations on ways in which the district is utilizing magnets, their effectiveness, and overall ability to promote equity and diversity within its schools.
Each BCPS Magnet High School has a showcase video posted on their school’s website highlighting its program. You may also visit Baltimore County Public Schools Magnet Programs website at www.tinyurl.com/bcpsmagnet for more information. If you have questions, contact: Mrs. Myrie, Magnet Coordinator ([email protected]) Ms. J. Joyner, 8 th Grade Counselor ([email protected]) Dates to Remember: August 30: Magnet Brochures posted online only. (13 languages available)
Students accepted into a Lansdowne High School magnet program and are zoned for a Western Baltimore County public high school (Milford, Pikesville, Randallstown, New town, Owings Mills, Franklin, Woodlawn, and Catonsville) can take a magnet school bus from their zoned high school to Lansdowne High School and back each day.