The Lillie May Carroll Jackson School
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Bryn Mawr School
The Bryn Mawr School was instrumental in drafting the application for an all-girls public charter middle school submitted by Roland Park Country School and approved by Baltimore City; the Lillie May Carroll Jackson School will open in 2014-2015. Named after the “mother of civil rights” in Baltimore and Maryland, the vision is to create an experiential learning community for Baltimore City girls in grades 5-8. With the belief that changing girls’ lives will change the world, the mission of the school is to develop 21st century learners with a strong sense of community through rigorous course work, high quality adventure experience, character development and leadership opportunities. The Lillie May Carroll Jackson School envisions a world where all young women, regardless of their background, have the skills, tools and qualities necessary to succeed in college and develop as leaders in their communities and the world. It is believed that the formation of this partnership is the harbinger of a new era where educators in all sectors work together to bring the very best that we can to the lives of all of our children.
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