ROSEDALE, Md. — Baltimore County Public Schools broke ground on a new middle school in the Rosedale area - the first new school in this part of the county since 1974.
The new facility, called Northeast Middle School, will accommodate 1,410 students. It's expected to open for the 2024-2025 school year.
Groundbreaking ceremony today in Rossville as Baltimore County Public Schools will build Northeast Middle School. When completed for the 2024-2025 school year this 1,410 student facility will be the first new MS in this part of Baltimore County since 1974. @WMAR2News @BaltCoPS pic.twitter.com/HMmiBismVe— Paul Jaffey (@PaulFromWMAR) May 12, 2022
The school is on King Avenue near Franklin Square Drive. It cost $103 million and will provide almost 205,500 square feet of learning space.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and schools superintendent Darryl Williams were on hand for this morning's groundbreaking.
📸 This morning #TeamBCPS leaders, members of the Board of Education, and state and county officials gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking for the new northeast middle school. The ceremony marked our first middle school groundbreaking since 2004!— Baltimore County Public Schools (@BaltCoPS) May 12, 2022
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