Frederick County Public Schools At-A-Glance
Frederick County Public Schools have long been known for high rankings in academic achievement across the board. They have consistently been ranked in the top 5 counties in the state of Maryland for years, with MSA (Maryland School Acheivement) scores that surpass the state average. FCPS students’ College entrance exam scores are higher than state and national averages; dropout rates are among the lowest and graduation rates are among the highest in the state. Frederick Md Education is a priority. You can see the latest statistics at Maryland Report Card.
Frederick County Public Schools General Statistics:
Enrollment: 40,236 (an increase of 3,000 since 2000)
150 Principals, Assistant Principals
730 Instructional Assistants
Remainder are support staff, bus drivers, food service workers.
Cost per student: $12,100
21% eligible for free or reduced-price meals
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Links For More Information
Frederick County residents are very proud of and active in their schools. Frederick Md education is a priority. Frederick County students have consistently tested in the top 5 of all the counties in Maryland. To get information about schools I’ve compiled a list of several websites full of pertinent information.
Colleges and Universities
Frederick County Public Library
The Frederick County Public Library has 8 branches:
C. Burr Artz Public Library: 110 East Street, Frederick Md 21701
Brunswick Branch Library: 70 Souder Rd, Brunswick, MD 21716
Emmitsburg Branch Library: 300 South Seton Avenue, Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Middletown Branch Library: 101 Prospect St, Middletown, MD 21769
Point of Rocks Branch Library: 1635 Ballenger Creek Pike, Point of Rocks, MD 21777
Thurmont Regional Library: 76 East Moser Rd., Thurmont, MD 21788
Urbana Regional Library: 9020 Amelung St., Frederick, MD 21704
Walkersville Branch Library: 57 West Frederick St., Walkersville, MD 21793
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