Six Maryland Public Schools Earn National Blue Ribbon

As reported by the Baltimore Sun, six Maryland public schools have earned a prestigious 2013 National Blue Ribbon designation, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced Tuesday.  According to the Sun, schools earn a Blue Ribbon by either being among the highest performers on state assessments, or improving achievement levels of its most disadvantaged students.

The schools include:

  • Chadwick Elementary School and Charlesmont Elementary School, both of Baltimore County;
  • Folly Quarter Middle School, of Howard County;
  • Boonsboro High School of Washington County;
  • Century High School of Carroll County; and
  • Robert Frost Middle School of Montgomery County.

For more information, see the full story from the Baltimore Sun.