Tel: (410) 653-2700
- Jemicy School educates bright students struggling with dyslexia or other language-based learning differences by addressing both their intellectual strengths and their learning needs.
- The School utilizes creative, multisensory, and research-based programs and techniques to develop reading, writing, spelling, and organization skills; promote a love of learning; and prepare students for the intellectual and social rigors of college and life.
- Our faculty is trained in teaching methods certified by the International Dyslexia Association.
- Through the use and integration of these teaching techniques, Jemicy teachers are able to tailor instruction to the learning needs of each student.
- In addition, technology enhances each student's native problem-solving capability.
- Jemicy students learn to understand and appreciate their unique learning style and become effective self-advocates.
- Jemicy School is committed to fostering mutual respect among students, parents, faculty and staff.
- We expect all to be partners in establishing and maintaining an atmosphere in which every individual is valued and respected.
|School Membership(s)School Assoc.||National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)|
National Association of College Admissions Counselors
Educational Records Bureau
Association of Independent Maryland And DC Schools (JAIMS)
|Grades Offered||Grades 1-12|
|Learning Difference Programs||Yes|
|Learning Programs Supported||Dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences|
|Summer School Offered||Yes|
|Summer Program Details||Link to Summer Program Details|
|Total Students||363 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color|
State avg.: 32%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||90 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||4:1|
National avg.: 13:1
|% Faculty w/Advanced Degree|
|Average Class Size||6 students|
|Number of AP Courses||1 course|
|List of Courses Offered||Link to List of Courses|
|Matriculation DataMatric. Data||Link to Matriculation Data|
|Classroom Dress Code||Casual|
(no dress code in lower school; uniform polo shirt and khakis in middle and upper school)
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||Jan. 15 / rolling|
|Tuition Notes||Lower and Middle School $32,395 Upper School $33,760|
|% on Financial Aid|
|Average Financial Aid Grant||$11,500|
National avg.: 85%
|Admissions Director||Patricia Utz, Director of Enrollment Management|
|Admissions Associate||Carey Mitchell|
|Endowment Size||$19.5 million|
|Total Sports Offered||10 sports|
|Sports||Basketball, Cheering, Climbing, Cross Country, Kayaking, Lacrosse, Rock Climbing, Soccer, Track and Field, WrestlingBasketball, Cheering,|
Climbing, Cross Country,
Rock Climbing, Soccer,
Track and Field, Wrestling,
- Jemicy has two campuses, both in Owings Mills, located less than 4 miles apart: Lower and Middle School Campus, on 22 acres in Greenspring Valley Upper School Campus, on 57 acres in Caves Valley region of Baltimore County Classes range from 2 to 12 students on the Lower and Middle School Campus, and from 4 to 10 students on the Upper School Campus. Jemicy offers a unique Upper School Prep program, to qualifying students who need intensive remediation in study skills and organization prior to entering high school. This year-long program is offered on the Upper School Campus.
Profile last updated:
- School Location Miles Grades Students
- Owings Mills Grades: PK-12 | 1357 students
8600 Mcdonogh Rd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
(443) 544-7071 3.5 PK-12
- Owings Mills Grades: 3-12 | 145 students
11251 Dolfield Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
(443) 394-3760 3.6 3-12
- Baltimore Grades: 1-12 | 118 students
2220 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 261-5500 9.5 1-12
- Baltimore Grades: NS-12 | 613 students
822 W Lake Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210
(410) 377-5192 6.1 NS-12
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