Northeast Area High School Study

  
Welcome to the Northeast Area High School Study Web page.  Please bookmark and follow this page throughout the study process.  It will be updated regularly with new information.  Recent and important updates will be highlighted in yellow.  

Purpose

Evaluate options for improving facility conditions and providing capacity relief to high schools in the Northeast Area.

Background

In 2020, Baltimore County Government and Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) commissioned a consultant to assess school facility needs and develop a long-range plan that addresses those needs and allocates resources equitably.  The resulting Multi-Year Improvement Plan for All Schools (MYIPAS) includes prioritized recommendations for needed capital improvements to each elementary, middle and high school. 

High School recommendations were presented to the Baltimore County Board of Education and Baltimore County Council in September of 2020.  Based on these recommendations BCPS has initiated a study to evaluate all options for improving facility conditions and providing capacity relief to high schools in the Northeast Area.

Schools Included:

  • Kenwood HS
  • Loch Raven HS
  • Overlea HS
  • Parkville HS
  • Perry Hall HS

Community Engagement

There are several opportunities for community members to participate throughout the process:

  • Attend the virtual community forums.
  • Provide input and feedback via the Online Comment Form.
  • Visit the study Web site regularly to view information and updates.

Virtual Community Forums

Please join us at our virtual community forums to learn more about the study and provide input and feedback.   

Virtual Community Forum 1, March 09, 2022, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm:

Link to Presentation

An overview of the study will be provided, including a presentation on the purpose, process, and timeline.  Participants will also have an opportunity to provide input and feedback on potential strategies and options. 

Virtual Community Forum 2, April 6, 2022, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

 Link to Presentation



Stakeholders will have an opportunity to review and provide input and feedback on options.

Online Comment Form click here

Community input will be accepted through May 6, 2022.

 Please avoid including personal information (e.g., phone numbers, student names, etc.)