Home to those with rather large incomes, Baltimore's relatively prosperous Roland Park neighborhood is an enticing, yet somewhat exclusive, option for those looking to relocate. Such qualities may be of interest to potential renters with related backgrounds. Essential home conveniences like an appliance and electronics store speak to Roland Park's family-oriented environment. For that special place near Roland Park, expand your search to neighborhoods like North Baltimore and Poplar Hill.
Food, Libations and Recreation
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Residents can enjoy a different variety of flavor every night in Roland Park, especially with over a half dozen different restaurants in the area.
The availability of theaters in Roland Park promises art and entertainment.
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Schools and School Districts
The schools near the apartments in Roland Park are Western High School, Md Academy Of Technology And Health Sciences Middle/High School and St Davids Day School. In most neighborhoods, the listed addresses of the apartments for rent you are considering will likely decide which schools your children may attend. You should talk with school districts in the area to confirm what schools your children will attend.
Western High School, a Baltimore City Public district high school, has the best college-acceptance rate and offers advanced-placement classes. A middle school in the Baltimore City Public district, Md Academy Of Technology And Health Sciences Middle/High School has a low student-teacher ratio of 12-to-1.
The Baltimore City Public district has 128 elementary schools, 97 middle schools and 44 high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Baltimore County Public Schools. Baltimore City Public district also has a smaller population of students than Baltimore County Public Schools. Baltimore City Public district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Baltimore County Public district.