Thank you for your interest in visiting
Friends School of Baltimore.
Community and connection are at the heart of a Friends School education and we look forward to connecting with your family. Below you will find several ways to learn more about us through campus tours and events designed to give prospective families a firsthand experience of life at Friends.
First Look @ Friends
During these open house events, you will hear from faculty and administrators about our curriculum and culture, tour our campus and classrooms, and engage with a student panel to learn more about why we love Friends. To register, click on the button(s) below.
Calling all nature explorers! Please join us for a fun-filled morning at Friends School as we explore our native gardens, fields, and stream. Meet our Lower School science teacher, and we’ll provide the binoculars while we search for insects, identify plants and flowers, and explore nature on our beautiful campus!
Prospective families are invited to join Friends School of Baltimore’s Middle School faculty for a super fun and interactive morning of STEAM experiments, design projects, and sweet fall treats. Come see how YOU can put your voice to work in our classrooms and beyond!
This event is reserved for prospective students currently in Grades 5-7 and their families only.
Real Talk @ Friends is an evening for prospective BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) families to engage in conversation and refreshments with current BIPOC students, parents, faculty, and alumni of Friends. The program will include a brief student panel moderated by an alum, as well as allow time for prospective families to speak directly with members of our community about their experiences at Friends.
Admission Deadlines for the 2024-25 School Year
Application for Admission: December 15, 2023
Merit Scholarship Application: December 1, 2023
Financial Assistance Application: December 1, 2023
Admission Notification Date: February 15, 2024
Response Due Date: March 1, 2024
Visit Affording Friends for information about our merit scholarships and financial assistance.
Applications for admission received after December 15 will be considered on a rolling admission basis. We cannot accept late applications for merit scholarships.
Please call 410-649-3211 if you have any questions or require assistance.
Visit Days for Applicants
For all applicants to Grades 2-12, we would love to have you join us for a Shadow Day. Shadow Days can be scheduled upon completion of an admission application. Once we have received your application, we will contact you to schedule a day that works for you!