We’ve Got All the Options


Our neighborhood is home to two excellent Charter Schools: The Green School for students in kindergarten through fifth grade, and The Belair-Edison School for pre-k through eighth. Nearby City College provides select high schoolers with a competitive college preparatory education, based on the prestigious International Baccalaureate curriculum.


Read a recent blog post about what is happening at our amazing community public schools!

Brehms Lane and Ayfa Public Charter School have merged to become The Belair-Edison School


Adults looking to continue their education can take advantage of the diverse course offerings at Morgan State, Johns Hopkins, Loyola, and Towson Universities. Goucher College and The College of Notre Dame are also just a few minutes away, making Belair-Edison a great community for academics, students, and administrators alike.


Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS)
BCPS offers zoned elementary and middle schools that draw from students within the community. BCPS high schools are open to all students no matter where they live, student just need to apply.


BCPS also includes a wide variety of public charter school options throughout Baltimore and we are thrilled to have a few of them located within our community. Students interested in attending a charter schools must apply directly to that school. Visit individual school websites for more information.


Public Elementary Schools
The Belair-Edison School
Sinclair Lane Elementary
The Green School of Baltimore


Public Middle Schools
The Belair-Edison School
City Neighbors Charter School
Banneker Blake Academy of Arts and Sciences


Public High Schools
Baltimore City College
The Reach! Partnership School


Private Schools
Although there many private schools throughout Baltimore, Belair-Edison is fortunate to be home to several of them. Incredibly convenient and close to home.

The Catholic High School of Baltimore
Archbishop Curley High School
Greater Grace Christian Academy
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School

Catholic High School Baltimore
Belair Edison Kids Hiking