Coppin Academy High School

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2500 W. North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21216
County: Baltimore City
Grades: 9 - 12
Phone: 443-642-5060
Principal: Aisha Almond
School # 0432


What makes us unique:

COPPIN ACADEMY PATHWAYS students will have the opportunity to embark upon an Academic Pathway that will prepare them for their future college and/or career goals. With Coppin State University’s renewed vision and support, your student will have opportunities and experiences unique in Baltimore City Public Schools. Computer Science pathways is an MSDE CTE pathway for students to train in programming and cybersecurity courses. They can earn an industry certification of Microsoft Trainer Associate. The Early College Pathway students earn college credits towards their bachelor’s degree for free. Students have earned as many as 18 credits from Coppin State University.  The Career Readiness pathway begins in 12th grade with a paid internship in partnership with Urban Alliance.

Community:

We are a BUILD member (Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development) and participate in student-led events where organizers train and recruit student and parent leaders.

Mission and Vision:

Coppin Academy is committed to identifying those students from under-served communities to attend our school. We seek to improve academic performance and raise the competency level of each student. We will provide an assessment of each child's strengths and needs, and develop a personalized prescription of activities, services, and programs to foster intellectual, artistic, social, and emotional growth. As a result, students will receive an appropriate educational program that prepares them to enter the workforce or attend college without a need for remediation.

​Programs:

  • Advisory (Used for SEL lessons and coach class with teachers)
  • After School Programs
  • College Preparatory  (Early College Program; students have the opportunity to earn at least 15 credits toward their bachelor's degree by graduation)
  • Community School
  • Dress Code
  • Extra-curricular
  • Internships (Paid internship for seniors with Urban Alliance)
  • PTO/PTA
  • STEM
  • Student Service
  • Summer Programs

​Lottery preferences:

  • Siblings of current students
  • Other (low income, IEP, etc.)

Principal's Message:

I am most proud of my school community when our students are so happy and smiling at graduation because they have earned college credits, college acceptances, scholarships, or a career training opportunity that aligns to their high school post-secondary plans that will allow them to reach their goals and aspirations.