Important Updates

  • On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the State Superintendent, Dr. Karen Salmon announced the extended closure of schools through April 24, 2020.  As a result, BCPS will implement a “Continuity of Learning” plan to provide students with continuous learning through this closure.  This plan will provide all students with both virtual and print-based learning pathways depending on their access to technology.  BCPS will finalize its process to ensure students and staff have access to instructional materials and resources during the week of March 30th. 

    Beginning April 6, 2020, there will be new learning available for students.  Beginning Thursday, March 26, 2020, and the days following, BCPS central offices and school-based administrators will share specific details with staff and families about the “Continuity of Learning” plan.

    In addition, during this extended closing, BCPS will continue to operate our meal distribution sites through Friday, April 24.  There are 50 sites around the system where breakfast, lunch, and dinner grab and go meals are provided to students each day.

  • Instructional materials for all subjects can be found in a teacher’s Schoology folder entitled, “COVID 19 – Name of Subject”. The instructional materials housed in the COVID 19 folder will be “non-graded” and classified in the “Practice” category of the grade book. During this extended break, students should take the opportunity to redo and submit assignments identified by teachers as redoable.


COVID-19 Support Resources for Our Families

Wellness and Self-Care:

Ten Strategies for Educators' Wellbeing: A Handbook for Schools During the COVID-19 Outbreak Mind Over Matters - Self-Care Strategies The Jed Foundation Tips for Self-Care and Managing Stress

Other Resources:

Link for Free Meal Sites Across Maryland and COMIDAS GRATUITAS PARA ESTUDIANTES by The Parents’ Place of Maryland Families may find a location by visiting Resources for Baltimore County Families Temporary Free Internet Essentials Access So You've Got Questions About Coronavirus - for Students Child Mind Institute Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Talking to Children About Coronavirus The National Child Traumatic Stress Network Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (English, Spanish, and Chinese versions available) NASP Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource (English is listed; however there are various languages)

Countering COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Stigma and Racism: Tips for Parents and Caregivers


Baltimore County DSS: 410-887-TIME
Baltimore County Crisis Response: 410-931-2214
Baltimore County Health Department: 410-887-2243
COVID-19 Hotline: 410-887-3816
Crisis text line: Text the word "HOME" to 741741 for free 24-hour support 
Maryland Food Bank: 410-737-8282 
Maryland Suicide and Crisis Hotline: 800-422-0009
United Way:

Distance Learning Resources for Students

SAT Preparation:

ACT Test Preparation
College Board College Readiness
Khan Academy

At Home Resources for Parents:

Amazing Educational Resources
Parent Map
Art Resources:
All*Arts Visual
All*Arts Music
Google Arts & Culture
PBS Art-21

Our Mission

We inspire, we encourage and we strengthen each member of the Randallstown High School community to embody excellence. We cultivate the knowledge, the skills and the mindsets of life-long learning and leadership necessary to enhance and transform our world and our communities.

Our Vision

Randallstown High School will equip every student to access and succeed in college and career. We will model, practice and reinforce collaboration, reasoning, problem-solving and communication in authentic and real-world contexts that guide students through visible and replicable pathways to success. Randallstown High School will promote pride by serving as a cohesive example of excellence in all of our endeavors.