All Children’s Guild Alliance’s schools are currently providing distance learning with some students receiving support and services on campus at our schools in Baltimore, Prince George’s County, and Washington, DC. Our staff is working remotely and maintaining regular operating hours. View our COVID-19 resources addressing the needs of children and families.

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The Children's Guild

The Children’s Guild, founded in 1953, provides educational and clinical services in its special education day school programs to students ages 5-21 in grades K-12.  The Children’s Guild School of Baltimore is located in the Brooklyn area of Baltimore City. The Children’s Guild School of Prince George’s County is located in Chillum. Both campuses serve students from Maryland and Washington, D.C. 


Student at The Children's Guild School of Baltimore


410 East Jeffrey Street  •  Baltimore, MD 21225


Student at The Children's Guild School of Prince George

5702 Sargent Rd. •  Chillum, MD 20782


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The Children's Guild was founded in 1953

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We meet the needs of all different types of learners and are guided by a Transformation Education philosophy supporting the whole child with a strong character education component. The values that pervade our school culture emphasize living responsibly and serving causes larger than one’s self. Students are strongly encouraged to contribute to their families, classrooms, schools, and communities. The result is that academic test scores go up, children spend more time actively learning, discipline problems are significantly reduced. Most importantly, our children discover a newfound self-confidence and a sense of hope for the future.

Transportation is available through the local education agency. Extended school year programming is available based on the student’s IEP. Our schools participate in the National School Breakfast Program, the National School Lunch Program, and the After School Snack Program. All students receive their meals free of charge. We serve students and adults:

  • With emotional and behavioral needs
  • With autism spectrum disorder
  • With multiple disabilities and developmental delays

Students are referred by their local education agencies through the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process.

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