Chapel Hill Elementary School 5200 E Joppa Rd, Perry Hall, MD21128 The area surrounding Chapel Hill Elementary School has changed dramatically since it first opened in 1962. While acres…More of farmland have become housing developments and paved streets, Chapel Hill has remained dedicated to providing a high quality education and a safe and positive learning environment. School faculty and administrators see each child as a long-term investment. The school's curriculum and various activities are designed to prepare students for middle school, high school and beyond.
Perry Hall Middle School 4300 Ebenezer Rd, Nottingham, MD21236 Though it opened as a small country school in 1963 surrounded by farmland and rolling hills, Perry Hall Middle School…More has since expanded into the largest middle school in Baltimore County. Regularly ranked as one of the top performing middle schools in Maryland, the school offers a rigorous curriculum and a variety of service-learning and extracurricular activities. Field trips, assemblies, fun theme days and celebrations further contribute to the students' well-rounded education.
Premier Driving School 7600 Osler Dr Ste 202, Towson, MD21204 Perry Hall's Premier Driving School is one of four in the area (Abingdon, Bel Air and Essex are the others). The school…More offers a combination of in-class and on-road training, but Premium also provides a "free ride" program: one of the instructors will pick enrolled students up from Perry Hall High School and deliver them to the classroom at the driving school, for free. In addition to standard MVA driver's licensing preparation, the school also offers discounts for online registration, and if the staff feels a student might benefit from some extended practice time behind the wheel, the extra drive-time is free of charge.
Perry Hall High School 4601 Ebenezer Rd, Nottingham, MD21236 Recognized by Newsweek as one of "America's Best High Schools" in 2010, Perry Hall High School boasts high academic…More achievement, strong performing arts and athletic programs, a variety of extracurricular activities and heavily involved PTSA, Booster and Alumni organizations. Eighty-five percent of graduating seniors go on to attend college; these college attendees earn an average of 6.7 million dollars in academic scholarships each year. Students, administrators and local residents share an acute sense of school and community pride. The annual homecoming parade, pep rally and football game draw thousands of cheering fans dressed in school colors -- navy, gold and white -- or green, in honor of the school mascot, the Gator.
Pine Grove Middle School 9200 Old Harford Rd, Parkville, MD21234 Pine Grove Middle School, which serves Perry Hall residents living in parts of Seven Courts and East Joppa Road, prides…More itself on offering a personalized educational experience to students in grades six through eight. The school offers specialized programs for autistic students, students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, and gifted and talented. Providing a positive social experience and a rigorous academic program are the school's top priorities.