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Founder and Executive Director Jack Pannell speaking to future Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys students.

Important News: 
Applications for seats the Fall of 2015  are now available here. Attend our Admissions and Family Information Sessions.
All Applications for all grades must be submitted by February 6, 2015. 
Please sign up here for our mailing list and invitations to our upcoming Family Information Sessions. 

Contact our offices at 410.929-1899 for more information.


Famous Marylander, Frederick Douglass, said: "It is easier to build strong children than to
repair broken men." READ our commentary in the Baltimore Sun. 
LISTEN TO "Marc Steiner" RADIO SHOW PODCAST: Dr. Kimberly Moffitt, BCSB Founding Parent
and BCSB Trustee and Jack Pannell, Founder of BCSB, discuss raising and educating Black boys
with David Banks, Founder of the all-male Eagle Academies and author of Soar: How Boys Learn,
Succeed and Develop Character on the "Marc Steiner Show" WEAA Public Radio, October 8, 2014. 


Join our team as a Teacher or Collegiate Teaching Fellow. Our staff recruiting effort is underway. 

DONATE NOW and support Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys with its mission to deliver
world-class educational opportunities to a generation of boys in Baltimore City. 

We're proud of Baltimorean Leland Shelton, Class of 2013, Morehouse College

Welcome to Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys.


We are a tuition-free, public charter school in Baltimore City and now recruiting families with boys who will be in the 4th, 5th and 6th grades in Fall 2015. 


 As a college prep school for boys, we promise to graduate 100% of our students from high school and send 100% of our graduates to colleges and universities throughout the nation. Our scholars will be well-prepared with a world-class education achieved through hard work and high expectations. 


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