Possessing one of the most unique entrances to any middle school in the area, Meade Middle School engages and…More educates over 700 students every day. Located on the Federal Property of Fort Meade, the school's progressive outlook has helped students take ownership of specific activities like gardening and thinking "green."
Soon, students will begin cultivating a garden on campus which will then provide vegetables to be sold in the cafeteria. The program will give students ownership of the project, while advocating for healthier lunch-time decisions, says Principal Bill Goodman.
This school serves students living in the Seven Oaks community as well as some who reside in nearby Fort Meade. Built…More in 2007, it is one of the newer schools in the county. Seven Oaks offers education for grades pre-K through 5, and is one of 16 schools in the county with early-childhood intervention classes, to assist younger children who have developmental delays.
Unlike other elementary schools in Odenton, Seven Oaks is a feeder school for MacArthur Middle School and Meade High School. Lisa Leitholf is the principal.
Bridges Community Development Center 8379 Piney Orchard Pkwy, Odenton, MD21113 This non-profit organization offers youth programs to help middle and high school age children get on track and stay on…More track with their futures. The Yes initiative provides boy ages 12-18 with a free 16-week program after school that provides homework assistance, mentoring, mood management, monthly family activities, community services and guest speakers. The ACE program which is run through Meade High School offers boys and girls an alternative suspension program which includes two days of school work assistance with teachers from Meade High School, lunch and counseling.