EXCELLENCE THROUGH COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
The ABC’s and 1, 2, 3’s of Our Independent Schools
Every day you learn something new! Did you know that Coppermine has partnered with several local independent schools? By partnering with some of Maryland’s most respected drivers for education, we are able to offer our Coppermine Community premier access to upcoming events and clinics.
Explore our partner schools below!
Stevenson University was founded in 1947 as Villa Julie College. In 2008, the college adopted the name Stevenson University to reflect its growing size, expanding mission, and breadth of academic offerings. Serving over 2,700 undergraduate students as well as nearly 900 online students, the university is committed to providing exceptional experiences, a connection to career, and a community centered on student success.
Carroll Community College
Carroll Community College offers an exceptional education at an extraordinary value. If you are just starting your college education, you’ll pay less than half of what you would pay for the first two years of a typical four-year college. The money you save from two years at Carroll could pay for your junior year tuition at the university!
The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland
Founded in 1844, The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland is an all-boys independent school serving boys in grades K-12. At The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, each and every one of our students is known — for who he is today, and all he can be tomorrow. Our K-12 family is small by design, because nearly two centuries of all-boys education has taught us that a close-knit community builds a foundation of confidence. Of compassion. Of curiosity. And of character.
Garrison Forest School
Empowering student to achieve their fullest potential and live lives of purpose has been the core of Garrison Forest School since 1910. Garrison Forest is an all-girls’ day and boarding school with a coeducational primary program (now preschool). Guided by their motto, Esse Quam Videri – To Be Rather Than To Seem – Garrison Forest’s curricular and co-curricular program balances exceedingly high standards within a welcoming, spirited atmosphere.
Founded in 1897, Gilman School is a pre-k through 12 independent day school for boys in Baltimore. For more than a century, the Gilman mission has remain exceedingly focused: to unlock the greatness within each boy by educating the entire boy – mind, body, & spirit. The Gilman Five – Honor, Integrity, Respect, Humility, & Excellence – combine to form the foundation of an educational environment dedicated to helping boys grow into men of character.
The St. Paul’s Schools
St. Paul’s Schools is a family of independent schools in Baltimore County, Maryland. Serving children from infancy through grade 12, the three schools—a coed pre and lower school and single-gender boys’ and girls’ schools for grades 5 through—share a 120-acre campus, an Episcopal tradition, & a focus on developing confident, well-balanced students who will use their education and ethics to improve the world.
Roland Park Country School
At Roland Park Country School, young women who build each other up will thrive. There’s no hurdle too high for an RPCS girl because she has the collective support of her community lifting her toward her goals. Roland Park Country School students develop a profound understanding of who they are and how to lead together to impact the world.
Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School
Learning Together. For Life. Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School is a warm, supportive and diverse community rooted in Torah values and Jewish traditions. BT provides an education marked by academic excellence, joy of learning, respect and attention to the individual. Students at Beth Tfiloh become compassionate leaders with integrity and character, who are proud, knowledgeable Jews, with a deep connection to Israel, its land and people.
Friends School of Baltimore
At Friends School of Baltimore, you discover and become the person you are meant to be. Here, students are challenged to find meaning in what they learn. They are encouraged to continually ask why. Countless opportunities are available to put your voice to work in the classroom, in Baltimore and beyond. Each student faces tough challenges and will encounter exciting opportunities. To navigate both successfully, you need the knowledge and confidence to be a courageous change-maker. Equipping you with both is why you come to Friends School of Baltimore.