High School

HannahMore_Graduation_June2014_0007.jpgThe High School Program is located on the Hannah More campus and provides programming for students in grades 9 through 12 with high functioning autism, emotional disabilities, or specific learning disabilities. The high school is a co-educational program designed to maximize each student’s ability to obtain his or her high school diploma in a nurturing and supportive environment. We offer a traditional high school program using the Baltimore County Public Schools Curriculum. The high school completer pathways include Spanish, auto maintenance/repair, culinary arts, computer technology, and horticulture/landscaping. In addition to work-based learning opportunities in these areas, we offer training and hands-on experience in an office support setting (e.g. copying, collating, laminating projects). These programs are designed to help students transition into the community and lead successful lives as they prepare to enter college or the work force.


Hannah_More14.jpgOur experienced educational staff and clinical department, consisting of full-time social workers, psychiatrists, and nurses, are trained in and implement a behavior management system stressing positive intervention responses and students taking responsibility for their own behaviors in classroom and extra-curricular settings. 

Students are enrolled in our school from several different counties, therefore, we work hard to make sure our parents feel involved and connected with their child’s education. Parents are invited to attend key meetings, parent/teacher nights, sporting events, and the monthly Parent Support Group sessions. Our Parent Support Group is open to the community and supports parents of students with a range of disabilities, including emotional disturbances, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and learning disabilities. These disabilities typically interfere with academic functioning, social development, and family relationships, placing enormous stress on parents and their child(ren). The support group, co-facilitated by licensed professionals, offers parents a confidential, supportive environment in which they can share experience and knowledge with one other, allowing for problem-solving, development of coping strategies, and inspiring hope.

Forbush_Glyndon2.jpgThe Hannah More campus is located at 12039 Reisterstown Road in Reisterstown, MD. Facilities on this campus include classrooms, clinical and school offices, media center, computer labs, cafeteria/kitchen, and gymnasium.

Download the 2016-2017 Hannah More campus school calendar.

Contact Us

Scott Derby, high school principal
Erin Upton, assistant principal

Phone: 410-526-5000
Fax: 410-526-7631

Hannah More Campus
12039 Reisterstown Road
Reisterstown, MD 21136

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