Archbishop Borders School is a dual-language Catholic community school that prepares its students to be dynamic members of society through an educational experience informed by diversity, faith and academic excellence.
Archbishop Borders School es una escuela comunitaria Católica de doble-lenguaje que prepara a sus estudiantes para ser miembros dinámicos de la sociedad a través de una experiencia educativa basada en la diversidad, la fe y la excelencia académica.
Update: Baltimore County Public Schools are now closed today, Wednesday March 15th. Archbishop Borders School will also be closed today, March 15th. Thank you. Las Escuelas Publicas del Condado de Baltimore están cerradas hoy, miércoles, 15 de marzo. Así que La Escuela Archbishop Borders también está cerrada hoy, miércoles, 15 de marzo. Gracias.
Parents: Please note that the first day of school for the 2017-18 school year will be TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th.
Dual Language Program Parents -
You can find the powerpoint from the recent Dual Language Program Parent Night here! Please make sure to join us for our final Dual Language Program Parent Night on Thursday, April 27th!
Please be patient with us as we transition to a new website!
ARCHBISHOP BORDERS SCHOOL FOLLOWS BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLSFOR HEAT-RELATED EARLY DISMISSALS, AND BALTIMORE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR ALL INCLEMENT WEATHER-RELATED CLOSURES/EARLY DISMISSALS.
Check out our new video that shows you what it is like to be a student here at Archbishop Borders School. A special thank you to our friends at the Partners in Excellence Baltimore for helping us create this film.
We are excited to announce that Archbishop Borders won first place in the Carson Scholars Fund's "Lights, Camera, Impact!" contest. Students from our 1st and 7th grade classes created the video to showcase the importance of our Ben Carson Reading Room. A special thank you to Ms. Pettigrew, Mrs. McIntosh, and our star 1st and 7th grade students who participated in the film for all of their work!
Our school is mentioned in this op-ed piece about the importance of, and strength that comes from, recognizing diverse languages and cultures!
The Atlantic has an interesting article about the rise of dual language programs, and the costs of English-only education. Read it here.
Check out the article about us in the Baltimore Guide here!