Great Examples of Past

Maryland Green School Applications



Please note that these are a few example applications.  Your application may not look exactly like this. If you have questions please contact your Green Leader, Green Center or the MAEOE Office.

Schools are encouraged to complete their applications in Power Point or website formats. Possible templates can be found here.

  Weebly: A Website Format

Excellent Overall:

2015:

Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences– Montgomery County, Independent School, Grades preK- 8

Centennial High School– Howard County, Grades 9-12

Mount View Middle School– Howard County, Grades 6-8

2014:

Bollman Bridge Elementary School– Howard County, Title 1, Grades K-5

Commodore John Rodgers School Baltimore City, Title 1, Grades preK-8

Cross Country Elementary Middle School– Baltimore City, Title 1, Grades K-8

Hillcrest Elementary School– Baltimore County, Grades K-5

Northern Garrett High School– Garrett County, Grades 9-12

Best Examples Fulfilling Objective 2- Sustainable Practices (previously known as Best Management Practices):

Parr’s Ridge Elementary School– Carroll County, Grades preK-2;

Energy Reduction, Solid Waste Reduction and Habitat Restoration

Riderwood Elementary School– Baltimore County, Grades K-5;

Water Conservation, Solid Waste Reduction, Habitat Restoration and Structures for Environmental Learning

Rocky Hill Middle School– Montgomery County, Grades 6-8;

Water Conservation and Solid Waste Reduction

Westlake High School Charles County, Grades 9-12;

Water Conservation, Energy Reduction, Solid Waste Reduction and Habitat Restoration

  PowerPoint: Digital Format

2014:

Gale-Bailey Elementary School– Charles County, Title 1, Grades preK-5

Grasonville Elementary School– Queen Anne’s County, Title 1, Grades preK-5

Northern Middle School– Calvert County, Grades 6-8

Rolling Knolls Elementary School– Anne Arundel County, Grades preK-5

2013:

Hallstead Academy– Baltimore County, Title 1, Grades K-5