Oldfields School to Reopen in September Under New Ownership

Oldfields School, an all-girls private school located in Sparks Glencoe, Baltimore County, is set to reopen in September under new ownership. The school had announced in April 2023 that it would be closing at the end of the academic year after 156 years due to financial difficulties.

However, according to WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5, a group of parents and alumnae came together to save the school from closure. They formed a new board of directors and settled with the school’s former board, paving the way for the school to reopen in the fall.

The new board of directors has already begun working on plans to revitalize the school, including renovations to the campus and improvements to academic programs and extracurricular activities. The school will also launch a new fundraising campaign to ensure its long-term sustainability.

In a statement, the new board of directors expressed their excitement about the school’s reopening and commitment to providing a high-quality education for young women. “Oldfields School has a rich history and a bright future,” they said. “We are committed to ensuring that the school continues to provide a transformative educational experience for young women for generations to come.”

Oldfields School Reopening Brings Hope to Baltimore County Community

The announcement of Oldfields School’s reopening has brought hope to the Baltimore County community, which had been saddened by the news of the school’s closure. Oldfields School has a long history in the area, and many residents fondly remember attending the school or sending their daughters there.

The reopening of the school is also expected to have a positive economic impact on the area, as the school employs dozens of teachers and staff members and attracts students from around the country and the world.

Community leaders and residents have welcomed the news of the school’s reopening, saying that it is a testament to the resilience and determination of the Oldfields community. They have also expressed their support for the new board of directors and their efforts to revitalize the school and ensure its long-term success.

As the school prepares to reopen in September, there is a sense of excitement and anticipation. 

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