Baltimore is more than our location — it’s our home. The Johns Hopkins School of Education is a proud city resident, with strong ties to Batlimore’s neighborhoods and communities.

With a historical connection that runs deep, our institution is dedicated to shaping the future of our beloved city. In our commitment to education, Baltimore, with its schools, community programs, students, and families, lies at the heart of our mission.

Strategically situated in the midst of the mid-Atlantic region, Baltimore radiates vibrancy, cultural diversity, and boundless opportunity. Its picturesque brick rowhouses, cobblestone streets, and cozy neighborhoods personify its Charm City nickname.

A leading arts destination boasting an array of museums, theaters, concert venues, and vibrant festivals, the city is also embedded in U.S. history, offering a multitude of cultural sites to explore, from the Edgar Allan Poe House to the Great Blacks in Wax Museum.

Sports enthusiasts can enjoy Baltimore’s world-class stadiums, witnessing the excitement of the Ravens and Orioles in action. Beyond professional sports, the city’s extensive parks, trails stretching 150 miles, and the captivating Chesapeake Bay present endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Exploring Our City's Lively Landscape: Learn More About Baltimore

  • Top 10 Cool City

    Forbes magazine ranked Baltimore among the top 10 cool cities in America.

  • 120K College Students

    With its dozen or so institutions and a thriving student population, Charm CIty is a true college town.

  • 1 Hour to D.C.

    Whether by car or train, you can be in our nation’s capital in no time.

  • 225 Neighborhoods

    Baltimore is home to hundreds of distinct and diverse neighborhoods.

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