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Many residents choose to live in Cross Keys because of the outstanding schools. More information is available at each school’s web site. This list is provided as a convenience to area residents. The inclusion of a school on this list does not imply any endorsement of it by the Cross Keys Maintenance Corporation.

Public Schools:

Roland Park Elementary (K to 5th)
and Middle School (6th to 8th)
5297 Roland Avenue

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (High School 9-12)
1400 West Coldspring Ln

Western High School (Girls High School 9-12)
4600 Falls Road

Nursery Schools:

Cedarcroft School (Pre-school, Kindergarten, and Pre-First)
419 Cedarcroft Road
Baltimore, MD 21210

Church of the Redeemer Parish Day School (Coed nursery to Pre-1st), Episcopalian
5603 N. Charles Street

Grace United Methodist Preschool (Coed nursery to K), Methodist
5407 N. Charles Street

St. David’s Day School (Coed nursery to K), Episcopalian
4700 Roland Avenue

Independent Schools:

Boys Latin School of Maryland (Boys K to 12th)
822 W. Lake Avenue

Bryn Mawr School (Girls Pre-K to 12th)
109 W. Melrose Avenue

Calvert School (Coed Pre-K to 8th)
1045 Tuscany Road

School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen (Coed Pre-K to 8th), Roman Catholic
111 Amberly Way

Friends School of Baltimore (Coed Pre-K to 12th )
5114 N. Charles Street

Gilman School (Boys Pre-1st to 12th)
5407 Roland Avenue

Park School of Baltimore  (Coed Pre-K to 12th )
2425 Old Court Road

Roland Park Country School (Girls K to 12th, preschool for girls and boys)
5204 Roland Avenue

Waldorf School of Baltimore (Coed Pre-K to 8th)
4801 Tamarind Road

Know Your Government Officials and Voting Requirements

City Government

Catherine Pugh was elected Mayor in 2016 and is currently serving a four- year term.  For contact information on the Mayor, go to  Cross Keys, in the 6th Councilmanic District,is represented by Sharon Green Middleton.  She can be contacted at  For all general information on city government agencies and departments, go to

Congressional Delegation

Maryland’s two Senators are Benjamin Cardin  ( and Christopher Van Hollen  ( Cross Keys is in Maryland’s 3rd Congressional District and is represented by John Sarbanes  ( ) .

Voting in Baltimore City, State and Federal Elections

Voting Registration and Location of Polls—for complete information on voting registration, location of polls and related election matters, visit the website of the Maryland State Board of Elections at Additional information pertaining to Baltimore City can be found  at

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