New School, New Start: Ravens Pitch In To Renovate Renaissance AcademyAfter a student was stabbed in a science class at Renaissance Academy in 2015, the district to consider closing the troubled school, but now students have a fresh start after the Ravens stepped in to help.
Morgan Stanley Renovates Baltimore Head Start's PlaygroundMore than 100 volunteers from Morgan Stanley spent their work day building, painting and perfecting a brand new playground area in hopes of giving the City's youngest a head start at Union Baptist Harvey Johnson Headstart.
Under Armour's 'We Will' Campaign Renovates 2 More Baltimore City SchoolsTwo Baltimore City schools are starting the year a bit brighter, thanks to a week of hard-work from Under Armour employees.
MTA Preparing For Students To Navigate New Bus System To SchoolThe first morning at the bus stop for thousands of city students is just a few days away. And now, they'll be navigating the new BaltimoreLink bus system to get to school.
Teachers, Schools Take Matters Into Their Own Hands To Increase Student EnrollmentAs school enrollments continue to fall in Baltimore, teachers took to the streets and went knocking on a lot of doors to bring more students to city schools.
BSO Program Gives City Students The Gift Of MusicAt first glance, it looks like summer school, but then when you listen, the sounds coming out of the Seed Academy clearly belong to beginners working on becoming better.
Community Groups Join Forces To Increase Enrollment In City SchoolsLocal community leaders and organizations are teaming up to grow our neighborhood schools and expand opportunities for students.
Baltimore City Council & Mayor Catherine Pugh Agree On School BudgetAfter hundreds of students and teachers voiced concerns about education the Baltimore City Council and the mayor have agreed on a budget.
Joe Flacco & Ravens Surprise Baltimore City Elementary School TeacherThe Ravens flocked to a Baltimore City elementary school Thursday afternoon for a special visit to honor a hardworking teacher for his efforts in the classroom.
City Schools Announces FY18 Budget, Under 300 Potential LayoffsBaltimore City Public Schools announced a new budget for the 2017-2018 school year budget and it may include the end of up to 300 staff positions.
BSA Students Stage Walk-out Over Loss Of FundingDozens of students at Baltimore School for the Arts took the street on Monday, demanding answers, and showing their frustration with the shrinking funds for schools.
Parents and Students Rally For More Funding For City SchoolsHundreds of parents and students gather to demand more funding for Baltimore City Schools are now facing the largest budget gap in school history.