Top Maryland Boarding Schools

Top Maryland Boarding Schools (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • 300 Garrison Forest Road
    Owings MillsMD 21117
    (410)559-3111

    Grades: 8-12 | Pre-K-12 (day) | 548 students
  • Georgetown Preparatory School
    Georgetown Preparatory School Photo - Average class size is 16. Student to teacher ratio is 8:1. Boarding Faculty to Student Ratio is 1:5
    All-boys  (Catholic)
    10900 Rockville Pike
    North BethesdaMD 20852
    (301)214-1215

    Grades: 9-12 | 494 students
  • Oldfields School
    Oldfields School Photo - Oldfields' campus is 130 acres located in Maryland's scenic horse country, and is close to cultural centers including Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City and only 30 minutes from the international airport, BWI.
    All-girls 
    1500 Glencoe Road
    Sparks GlencoeMD 21152
    (410)472-4800

    Grades: 8-12 | 120 students
  • Saint James School
    Saint James School Photo - Saint James' picturesque 689-acre campus is conveniently located only 70 miles from the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.
    (Episcopal)
    17641 College Road
    HagerstownMD 21740
    (301)733-9330

    Grades: 8-12 | 235 students
  • St. Timothy's School
    St. Timothy's School Photo - Completed in 2012, Dixon Hall is our state-of-the-art academic building. The technology-rich facility features the Taft Lecture Hall, the Coleman World Languages and Cultures Center, and a Center for Learning and Teaching.
    All-girls  (Episcopal)
    8400 Greenspring Avenue
    StevensonMD 21153
    (410)486-7401

    Grades: 9-12, PG | 185 students
  • 6279 Hobbs Road
    SalisburyMD 21804
    (410)742-4464

    Grades: 9-12, PG | Pre-K-12, PG (day) | 325 students
  • 16923 Norwood Road
    Sandy SpringMD 20860
    (301)774-7455

    Grades: 9-12 | Pre-K-12 (day) | 600 students
  • 1079 Firetower Road
    ColoraMD 21917
    (410)658-9279

    Grades: 9-12, PG | 130 students
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