Welcome to Rosedale Center


Welcome to the Rosedale Center, one of  Baltimore County’s three esteemed alternative education programs. The Rosedale Center provides services to students from the central, northeast and southeast sections of Baltimore County. Our goal is to provide students with alternative approaches to education through specialized education, small learning environments, and student support services. Students meet academic standards set by the Core Curriculum, while being personally enriched and encouraged by our dedicated faculty. Upon completion of the Rosedale program, students return to their comprehensive schools, ready to learn and be successful.

Continuity of Learning

Community Update 6/2/2020: School Based Community Letter 6.2.20.pdf

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer FAQ: Pandemic FAQ.pdf

Update to the continuity of learning plan:Principal Message 4.27.20.pdf

Grading and Reporting Guidelines as of 4/3/2020: GR_Families_4-2-2020.pdf

Teachers are expected to post two lessons by Monday 10 am. Students work through the material on their own and work is due on Friday by 11:59 pm. Students can contact teachers during office hours for assistance or to have questions answered. Students should be present for the virtual class meeting times on Google Meet.

Directions for students to log into Google and Google Meet: LoggingOnGoogleMeet.pdf

Technology Support for Parents and Students: Parent and Student Tech Support Communication.pdf

Locations for BCPS meal options. Students may pick up breakfast, lunch, and dinner at these sites: 


Support Hotlines

  • Baltimore County DSS: 410-887-TIME
  • Baltimore County Crisis Response: 410-931-2214
  • Maryland Food Bank: 410-737-8282
  • United Way: 211
  • Crisis text line: Text the word "HOME" to 741741 for free 24-hour support
  • Maryland Suicide and Crisis Hotline: 1.800.422.0009
  • National Suicide Prevention Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK

A more comprehensive list can be found at: http://https//

Report Card

The Every Student Succeeds Act requires that each school and the system report card be made publicly accessible. The school and the system report card may be accessed by going to and selecting any school. The link to the reports are on the right hand side under Test Scores. When the 2019 report card becomes available, it can also be accessed at that location. Parents/guardians can access the same information directly from the Maryland Report Card website by going to and choosing either Baltimore County Public Schools for system information or searching by school name for individual school information. If you have questions regarding the Rosedale Center School Report Card, please contact an administrator. Directions on how to access the Rosedale Center Report Card are attached here: How to Access the Maryland Report Card.pdf

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