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Visitors to C. Milton Wright (CMW) High School immediately know they are in a very special place. They are greeted by friendly students, helpful teachers, courteous staff, and involved parents. They see that learning is important when talking to students who are respectful, teachers who serve as role models, and administrators who help students become responsible adults. The CMW community celebrates its students’ many academic achievements, cheers for its athletes, applauds its music and drama students, and commits on a daily basis to maintain a friendly, safe environment.

Every year, C. Milton Wright students rise to the top with extraordinarily high Advanced Placement (AP) participation and an equally high percentage of AP scores of levels 3, 4, and 5. The students also earn very high composite SAT scores. Classroom instruction allows every group of students to consistently exceed the targets established by state and federal governments.

There is an old-fashioned pride and spirit in C. Milton Wright and the community that reminds many of “the way things used to be” co-existing with a pride in the modern technology used in the school. This is a large school with a large heart. Again, welcome!


The Wright Beginning Promises a Great Future

Main Phone: 410 638-4110
Guidance: (410) 638-4270
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

AT A GLANCE
FACILITY OPENED 1980
ADDITIONS/RENOVATIONS 1996, 2003
SCHOOL CAPACITY 1678
TOTAL ENROLLMENT 1591
CLASSROOM TEACHERS 122

ADMINISTRATION
PRINCIPAL
Mike Thatcher

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL(S)
Sherry Bosley
Bryan E. Pawlicki
Gary A. Wasielewski

School Data and Characteristics

The Maryland State Department of Education, mdreportcard.org, provides school-by-school information on the following:


  • Demographics - includes attendance rate, enrollment, student mobility and teacher characteristics.
  • Assessments - includes High School Assessment (HSA) data and/or Maryland School Assessment (MSA data)
  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) - the method by which Maryland tracks academic progress and makes accountability decisions.
  • SAT Scores - 2012 SAT mean scores in chart format.
  • Graduation - includes graduation rates and dropout rates, as well as post-secondary plans/intentions for graduates.

Click here to view the Maryland School Performance Reports

This site is updated annually as data becomes available.




Harford County Public School