White Marsh Community Information


Students living in White Marsh will have all of their educational needs provided to them by the schools of the Baltimore County Public Schools district. BCPS is the 26th largest school system within the United States and is the 3rd largest within the State of Maryland. Over 103,000 students are enrolled into 172 schools and more than 7,400 students graduate annually. Students also have the option to attend any of the districtís magnet schools or specialty schools. Parochial and private school options are also available for students throughout Baltimore County who are looking to learn in a faith-based setting.

Campuses for Essex Community College, Strayer University, and the Maryland Bible College & Seminary are located nearby. Other higher learning options around the area include Morgan State University, Johns Hopkins University, Towson University, Loyola College, University of Maryland-Baltimore, University of Baltimore, and the Community College of Baltimore.

Economy & Job Development

Baltimore County is home to over 430,000 workers with over 6,000 of those employees holding bachelorís and/or masterís degrees, ensuring employers that the countyís workforce is highly educated and skilled. But what gives Baltimore County its strong economical standpoint is the fact that the county thrives on business diversity. Some of the countyís top employers include Procter & Gamble, Toyota Financial Services, GE Middle River Aircraft Systems, BD Diagnostic Systems, and Black and Decker, among many others. Industries that provide residents with plenty of employment opportunities include education, health services, the public sector such as the Social Security Administration and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, manufacturing, and life sciences, which includes companies such as Shire Pharmaceuticals and Alpharma-USPD.

Parks & Recreation

The White Marsh-Kingsville Recreation Office provides residents with a number of programs and activities and manages the daily operations and reservations of three parks and one school recreation center: Nottingham Park and the Loreley Community Building, Cowenton Park, Kingsville Park, and Chapel Hill Elementary School Recreation Center. Each park and SRC features their own respective sets of playground equipment, picnic areas, sports fields and basketball courts. The White Marsh Recreation Council also sponsors a yearly Halloween Bonfire at nearby Honeygo Regional Park, which features a costume contest, games, treats and other activities.

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