Principal's Message

Meadowood Education Center

Mr. Phillip A. Robinson, Principal
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 Phone: 443-809-6888
Fax: 443-809-6889

Mr. Robinson

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year!

Meadowood Bus Stops 2019-2020

Meadowood Student Handbook 2019-2020

2019-2020 School Progress Summary

2018-2019 Team Photo!

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To ensure the students of Meadowood develop the academic skill set, the character strengths, and habits of mind necessary to succeed in school and in life


·         We believe commitment to an excellent education is the most important determinant of our students’ success in life.


·         We believe achieving excellence in education requires hard work and collaboration on the part of staff, students, and parents.


·         We believe in fairness, trust, integrity, and open communication within our school community


·         We believe in cultivating a sense of pride for the MEC community.


·         We believe in each other.


Serving Middle School Youth of The Southwest & Northwest Areas of Baltimore County Schools
Meadowood Education Center – an alternative education program that offers students the opportunity to experience academic and behavioral success. The goals at Meadowood are aligned with the Baltimore County Public Schools’ Blueprint 2.0 for Progress:
To improve achievement for all students
                    To maintain a safe and orderly learning environment
         To use resources effectively and efficiently    

Teachers celebrating BCPS Pride Week!

Junior Achieve Inspire Parent Night is open to all BCPS families. Families can sign up here. This will be held at the fairgrounds (in the Cow Palace) on 11/12 at 6:00 - 8:00. Maryland's top employers will be there to share career information, as well as the CTE Office and the Office of School Counseling. If you have a moment, please feel free to stop in and get information from area organizations to share with students in your school. This event is meant to be a preview of the Junior Achieve Inspire event for 8th graders on 11/13-11/14 but is open to parents of students in grades 4 - 12. It is a great way to help them make decisions about magnet programs too!

The National African-American Museum of History and Culture

Students who obtained "Meadowood Knight Status" attended a trip to Washington, DC to explore and learn at the National African-American Museum of History and Culture. View our students touring exhibits below. 

Field Trip 1
Field Trip 2
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Congratulations to Meadowood Education Center students and staff for being selected as a Maryland State Character Education School of the Year!

MEC Character

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