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PSC is a coalition of community groups, educators, and individuals committed to the advancement of Pikesville area schools, including Bedford Elementary, Fort Garrison Elementary, Millbrook Elementary, Pikesville High School, Pikesville Middle School, Summit Park Elementary, Wellwood International School, and Woodholme Elementary.

PSC supports schools with a three-pronged ARM Strategy: Advocacy, Resources, and Marketing.

Advocacy
PSC helps champion the voices of the schools and stakeholders around:
Physical plant issues

  • School Board relations
  • Enrollment
  • Redistricting
  • Funding needs and requests

 

Resources
PSC supports schools in obtaining needed resources by:

Locating resources to meet needs identified by schools and connecting schools to those resources

  • Facilitating workshops for school PTAs on topics they’ve self-identified as relevant
  • Assisting with grant writing (when possible)
  • Connecting schools to potential partners who bring programs that enhance the schools’ offerings
  • Creating and providing toolkits for PTAs and principals on parent engagement work, events, and fundraisers

 

Marketing
PSC helps promote schools within the community by:

  • Raising awareness within the community about the strengths of Pikesville schools
  • Branding the Pikesville Schools Coalition within the community and schools by providing unified materials to the schools for their use, including:
    • A logo and brand guidelines
    • A tag line
    • A newsletter template

PSC Leadership

Rachel Moses, Co-Care

Jeff Rosen, Co-Chair

For more information contact Stephen Bowley, Pikesville Community and Schools Director for CHAI, at sbowley@chaibaltimore.org or 410-500-5307.

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About Pikesville

Pikesville, a prosperous Baltimore County suburb dates back 200 years to 1695 when Fort Garrison was built as one of the three forts to protect frontier settler’s in the colony of Maryland.  This stone fort still stands at its original site.

Today, Pikesville is a tight-knit community filled with great schools, businesses, parks, community centers, houses of worship, entertainment, restaurants, and more. Its centralized location, plus its highly acclaimed schools have contributed greatly to the unmatched quality of life enjoyed here.

 

Pikesville Public Schools

Bedford Elementary

7407 Dorman Drive

Baltimore, MD 21208

410-887-1200

https://bedfordes.bcps.org/

 

Fort Garrison Elementary

3310 Woodvalley Drive

Baltimore, MD 21208

410-887-1203

http://fortgarrisones.bcps.org/

 

Millbrook Elementary

4300 Crest Heights Road

Baltimore, MD 21215

410-887-1225

http://milbrookes.bcps.org/

 

Pikesville High School

7621 Labyrinth Road,

Baltimore, MD 21208

443-809-1217

http://pikesvillehs.bcps.org/

 

Pikesville Middle School

7701 Seven Mile Lane

Pikesville, MD 21208

443-809-1207

http://pikesvillems.bcps.org/

 

Summit Park Elementary

6920 Diana Road

Baltimore, MD 21209

410-887-1210

https://summitparkes.bcps.org/

 

Wellwood International School

2901 Smith Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21208

410-887-1212

https://wellwoodes.bcps.org/

 

Woodholme Elementary

300 Mount Wilson Lane

Baltimore, MD 21208

410-887-6700

https://woodholmees.bcps.org/