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Centennial Lane Elementary School
3825 Centennial Ln, Ellicott City, MD 21042
Centennial Lane Elementary School has received many awards, including the 2009 Healthy Howard Award and Green SchoolMore Certification from the Howard County Government. The students consistently score higher than the Howard County average on the MSA standardized tests. There are a number of special programs for the students to enjoy and that promote their learning and development.
Howard County Historical Society
8324 Court Ave, Ellicott City, MD 21043
Howard County Historical Society is a volunteer-run organization maintaining a library and museum dedicated to theMore history of Howard County and its citizens. The museum is housed in an 1837-era church and features a variety of historical artifacts. The museum opened in 1988, occupying the former Ellicott Mills Quaker School. Visit the Howard County Historical Society Web site for upcoming events, membership and volunteer information.
Dunloggin Middle School
9129 Northfield Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042
Dunloggin is a school in Howard County that provides superior academic guidance to its students. Many of the teachers atMore Dunloggin have made their careers at this school and have been here for many years. Students' Maryland State Assessment test scores are much higher than the Howard County average scores.
Ellicott Mills Middle School
4445 Montgomery Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21043
Ellicott Mills Middle School in Howard County is located on Route 103 (Montgomery Road), just south of Long GateMore Parkway. The school's state testing scores exceed the average scores for Howard County as a whole. Ellicott has many activities for students, including an exceptional band program.
Howard County Historical Society Museum
8328 Court Ave, Ellicott City, MD 21043
The Howard County Historical Society Museum, which occupies the stone structure that was formerly Ellicot MillsMore Quaker School, is dedicated to preserving the history of the county and of the Ellicot family. The museum is managed by the volunteer-run Howard County Historical Society. Admission is free, and the museum is open Friday and Saturday afternoons. It features artifacts and mementoes from five generations of the Ellicot family, tracing the early development of the community. The museum was established in 1988.