In Carroll County there are seven comprehensive high schools as well as a career and technology center and an alternative school, Gateway School. A student must earn a minimum of 25 credits beyond the eighth grade to graduate from high school.
In addition to the required courses, many others are available in world languages, business education, fine arts and technology education. Numerous career and technology programs for high school students are also available in each school and at the career and technology center. All high schools have an extensive extra-curricular and co-curricular program.
For more information contact Kimberly Dolch at 410-751-3044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.