Largest Maryland Public Schools

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  • The average public school in Maryland has approximately 628 students (2018-19).
  • The public schools with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest public school in Maryland (by enrollment) is Montgomery Blair High School with 2,882 students.

Largest Maryland Public Schools (2018-19)

  • School # Students Grades Location
  • Silver SpringMontgomery Blair High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,882
    Grades: 9-1251 University Blvd E
    Silver SpringMD 20901
    (301)649-2800

  • GreenbeltEleanor Roosevelt High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,506
    Grades: 9-127601 Hanover Pkwy
    GreenbeltMD 20770
    (301)513-5400

  • BeltsvilleHigh Point High School
    Students: 2,427
    Grades: 9-123601 Powder Mill Rd
    BeltsvilleMD 20705
    (301)572-6400

  • BowieBowie High School
    Students: 2,381
    Grades: 9-1215200 Annapolis Rd
    BowieMD 20715
    (301)805-2600

  • GaithersburgGaithersburg High School
    Students: 2,306
    Grades: 9-12101 Education Blvd
    GaithersburgMD 20877
    (301)284-4500

  • BethesdaWalter Johnson High School
    Students: 2,289
    Grades: 9-126400 Rock Spring Dr
    BethesdaMD 20814
    (301)803-7100

  • GermantownNorthwest High School
    Students: 2,255
    Grades: 9-1213501 Richter Farm Rd
    GermantownMD 20874
    (301)601-4660

  • RockvilleRichard Montgomery High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,244
    Grades: 9-12250 Richard Montgomery Dr
    RockvilleMD 20852
    (301)610-8000

  • HyattsvilleNorthwestern High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,228
    Grades: 9-127000 Adelphi Rd
    HyattsvilleMD 20782
    (301)985-1820

  • RockvilleThomas S. Wootton High School
    Students: 2,206
    Grades: 9-122100 Wootton Pkwy
    RockvilleMD 20850
    (301)279-8550

  • RiverdaleParkdale High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,197
    Grades: 9-126001 Good Luck Rd
    RiverdaleMD 20737
    (301)513-5700

  • EdgewaterSouth River High School
    Students: 2,192
    Grades: 9-12201 Central Ave E
    EdgewaterMD 21037
    (410)956-5600

  • Upper MarlboroDr. Henry A. Wise Junior High School
    Students: 2,178
    Grades: 9-1212650 Brooke Lane
    Upper MarlboroMD 20772
    (301)780-2100

  • MillersvilleOld Mill High School
    Students: 2,126
    Grades: 9-12600 Patriot Ln
    MillersvilleMD 21108
    (410)969-9010

  • Upper MarlboroCharles Herbert Flowers High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 2,093
    Grades: 9-1210001 Ardwick-ardmore Rd
    Upper MarlboroMD 20774
    (301)636-8000

  • PotomacWinston Churchill High School
    Students: 2,093
    Grades: 9-1211300 Gainsborough Rd
    PotomacMD 20854
    (301)469-1200

  • NottinghamPerry Hall High School
    Students: 2,069
    Grades: 9-124601 Ebenezer Rd
    NottinghamMD 21236
    (410)887-5108

  • AnnapolisBroadneck High School
    Students: 2,061
    Grades: 9-121265 Green Holly Dr
    AnnapolisMD 21409
    (410)757-1300

  • Glen BurnieNorth County High School
    Students: 2,058
    Grades: 9-1210 East 1st Avenue
    Glen BurnieMD 21061
    (410)222-6970

  • Fort George G MeadeMeade High School
    Students: 2,055
    Grades: 9-121100 Clark Road
    Fort George G MeadeMD 20755
    (410)674-7710

  • GambrillsArundel High School
    Students: 2,043
    Grades: 9-121001 Annapolis Rd
    GambrillsMD 21054
    (410)674-6500

  • BethesdaBethesda-chevy Chase High School
    Students: 2,006
    Grades: 9-124301 East-west Hwy
    BethesdaMD 20814
    (240)497-6300

  • BurtonsvillePaint Branch High School
    Students: 1,996
    Grades: 9-1214121 Old Columbia Pike
    BurtonsvilleMD 20866
    (301)388-9900

  • ClarksburgClarksburg High School
    Students: 1,989
    Grades: 9-1222500 Wims Rd
    ClarksburgMD 20871
    (301)444-3000

  • BethesdaWalt Whitman High School
    Students: 1,977
    Grades: 9-127100 Whittier Blvd
    BethesdaMD 20817
    (301)320-6600

  • GaithersburgQuince Orchard High School
    Students: 1,924
    Grades: 9-1215800 Quince Orchard Rd
    GaithersburgMD 20878
    (301)840-4686

  • AnnapolisAnnapolis High School
    Students: 1,911
    Grades: 9-122700 Riva Rd
    AnnapolisMD 21401
    (410)266-5240

  • Glen BurnieGlen Burnie High School
    Students: 1,894
    Grades: 9-127550 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd
    Glen BurnieMD 21060
    (410)761-8950

  • Sandy SpringSherwood High School
    Students: 1,890
    Grades: 9-12300 Olney-sandy Spring Rd
    Sandy SpringMD 20860
    (301)924-3200

  • Lutherville TimoniumDulaney High School
    Students: 1,851
    Grades: 9-12255 Padonia Road
    Lutherville TimoniumMD 21093
    (410)887-7633

  • LaurelLaurel High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 1,847
    Grades: 9-128000 Cherry Ln
    LaurelMD 20707
    (301)497-2050

  • WaldorfNorth Point High School
    Students: 1,814
    Grades: 9-122500 Davis Rd
    WaldorfMD 20603
    (301)753-1759

  • BladensburgBladensburg High SchoolMagnet School
    Students: 1,810
    Grades: 9-124200 57th Ave
    BladensburgMD 20710
    (301)887-6700

  • Severna ParkSeverna Park High School
    Students: 1,799
    Grades: 9-1260 Robinson Rd
    Severna ParkMD 21146
    (410)544-0900

  • Silver SpringSpringbrook High School
    Students: 1,790
    Grades: 9-12201 Valleybrook Dr
    Silver SpringMD 20904
    (301)989-5700

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