All parents and members of the Park School community are invited to attend the Parents’ Association Opening Speaker via Zoom, scheduled for Wednesday, September 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Make Up Day: November 19 and 20, 2020
School photos are a beautiful way to remember the school year—as well as a great way to benefit the Parents' Association. Order forms will be emailed to you.
A fun-filled day of entertainment, crafts, games, food, and more.
Each year the Parents' Association hosts a speaker series that is always free and open to the public.
Scholastic Book Fair with books for students in all grades held in the Dance Studio.
Virtual Artisan Market has concluded
Please join us for the 16th annual (1st virtual) Park School Holiday Artisan Market. This market showcases the artisans of the Baltimore community. Categories include: jewelry, wood, ceramics, metal, sculpture, body care, and packaged artisanal food.
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Sponsored and organized by the office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the group’s intention is to help foster an environment of inclusion and respect at Park and to support the school’s commitment to developing and maintaining a diverse student and faculty population. All events are free and open to the public. Click here for more information and to see this year's schedule.
The PA and the Admission Office will host the annual Children’s Concert from 11 a.m.–noon. This event is open to the public and is appropriate for Lower School-aged children, younger siblings, and their families.
This year will mark our 13th annual Bingo fundraiser. The Parents’ Association hosts a day of games, food, raffles, and prizes. Gather your friends and family for this wonderful event! Doors open at noon and the first game is at 1 p.m.
In a program that spans more than 30 years, the Parents’ Association sponsors Resident Scholars to give a presentation to the Upper School student body and meet with classes throughout the day. Stay tuned for this year’s Resident Scholar.
The program begins in the morning, when fifth graders pass the flags to fourth graders and then dance the May Pole. Lower School students will perform a program of songs. After this choral performance, children connect with their parents to enjoy picnics and special activities sponsored by the Parents' Association.