Archbishop Borders School has the distinction of being the only dual-language, community school serving grades Pre-K 3 through 8 in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Learn more about our unique program and how you can become a part of this special community.
La Escuela Archbishop Borders se destaca por ser la única Escuela Comunitaria Bilingüe para alumnos desde Pre-K3 hasta el 8vo. grado dentro de la Arquidiócesis de Baltimore. Conozca más acerca de nuestro programa único, y cómo puede ser parte de esta comunidad especial.
Find everything you need to keep current with what's going on at the school. Access forms, supplies lists, Home & School association information and more.
Encuentre todo lo que necesita para mantenerse al día con lo que está pasando en Archbishop Borders School. Tenga acceso a formularios, listas de útiles, información sobre la Asociación de Padres, la escuela y más.
We would like to keep in touch with you. Please update and send your current information including name, address, and email address.
Nos gustaría estar en contacto con usted. Envienos su información: nombre, dirección y correo electrónico.
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Maria B. Galindo, joined Archbishop Borders as Advancement Director in November 2019 after 20 years as a federal government employee. Ms. Galindo owned and managed her own business development enterprise for 10 years; taught high school in both public and Catholic high schools in San Antonio, Texas, and has a wide-range of business development, community and marketing experiences from years of working with the Spanish-speaking communities in San Antonio, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland; Camden and Pennsauken, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She recently returned to Baltimore after living and working overseas, thus she knows the incredible and irreplaceable value of knowing how to speak a foreign language. Maria feels that learning at least one foreign language can be the change-agent for learning numerous foreign languages over one’s life-time. Maria attended the Institute of Notre Dame High School (Baltimore, MD, on Aisquith Street), the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas). As a first generation Bolivian-American and fifth-generation German-American, from Baltimore, Maria is honored to be part of the Archbishop Borders team and looks forward to helping Archbishop Borders reach its full potential for its students, its families and the many communities it serves.