About Us

Columbia Academy is a premier private school in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area serving children from six weeks through eighth grade. With four preschool locations, a vibrant elementary school environment, and a top-notch middle school, we are uniquely equipped to serve families in Howard, Baltimore, Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, and Carroll Counties. Our teachers use creative methods to engage and equip students for lifelong learning. During the formative years and beyond, students build upon prior knowledge in a way that fosters meaningful connections and a deeper understanding of the world around them.

Our Learning Community

Our community includes 600+ students and 150+ faculty and staff. The student-to-teacher ratio varies depending on your child’s program or grade. The ratios ensure we allow each child the opportunity to be mentored on an individual basis.

Excellent Academics

Our curriculum promotes strong foundations across core areas. We cover a diverse range of subjects and utilize a unique educational continuum that helps students transition successfully from one program or grade to the next.

A Commitment to Quality

From specially engineered playground equipment to relevant technology and learning resources, students at Columbia Academy enjoy thoughtfully designed, age-appropriate learning environments.

Parent Partnerships

Columbia Academy partners with parents to educate their children. We want to identify your values and needs. Our warm, open-door policy means all families are invited to be involved in the daily life at our school.

Character Education

The educational tools and experiences that students have on our campus help them mature and grow into young adults of refined character, critical thought, and respectful human values.

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