Documents & Publications

Annual Report

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Economic Impact Study

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Awards

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Audited Financials

2017 Audit

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2017 Living Classrooms 990

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2017 Living Classrooms Subsidiaries 990

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2017 Historic Ships in Baltimore 990

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  • EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
  • Lewis Hines National Award for Service to Children and Youth.
  • Crossroads School one of 13 U.S. schools selected for Schools as Centers of Community Honor Society.
  • U.S. Dept. of Labor Top Ten Model Program for Best Practices.
  • Masonville Cove named country’s first Urban Wildlife Refuge by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
  • Commodore John Rodgers School named one of the U.S. top 5 turnaround schools in 2014, by U.S. Dept. of Education.
  • Named “Best Nonprofit Organization” by City Paper 2011.
  • SmartCXO Executive Team Award by SmartCEO Magazine.
  • In 2011, the Maryland Port Administration received President Obama’s Coastal America Award for environmental restoration efforts and education programming provided by Living Classrooms and partners at Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center.
  • 2009 William S. White Program of Distinction Award.
  • JHU School of Public Health’s 2009 Community Hero Award.
  • Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park ranked by SoulofAmerica.com as one of Top 21 Black Museums in the Nation.
  • Model United States partner organization of the International Youth Foundation, as of 2008.
  • 2006 Lewis Hines National Award for Service to Children and Youth.
  • 2005 Citigroup Salute to Friends of Maryland Education Award.
  • 2004 Mayor’s Business Recognition Award from the City of Baltimore and Greater Baltimore Committee.
  • Innovative Program Award from the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association.
  • Special Appreciation Award from The Arc of Baltimore.
  • Citation of Recognition from the Maryland House of Delegates.
  • Maryland Green Center Award from the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education.
  • National Schools as Centers of Community Honor Society by the Knowledge Works Foundation.
  • 2002 Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties.
  • Economic Development Organization of the Year by the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce.
  • Program of the Year by the Baltimore County Office of Employment and Training.
  • Top 10 organizations nationwide providing Promising and Effective Practices for Youth.
  • Sea Education Program of the Year by the American Sail Training Association.