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  2. Frederick County Public Schools (Maryland) - Wikipedia

    Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS) is a K5-12 public school system serving the residents of Frederick County, Maryland. The system includes several schools to serve the educational needs of the youth in Frederick and the surrounding areas of Frederick County. The district consists of sixty-seven schools as of the 2014–2015 school year.

  3. Frederick High School (Maryland) - Wikipedia

    The school is located at 650 Carroll Parkway in historic downtown Frederick City. It is just north of Maryland Route 144, east of U.S. 15, south of West 2nd Street, and east of West College Terrace. Frederick High School was initially constructed in 1939 with additions in 1955, 1967, 1977 and 1980.

  4. Governor Thomas Johnson High School - Wikipedia

    Governor Thomas Johnson High School (GTJHS) is a four-year public high school in Frederick, Maryland, United States. The school is home to the Academy of Fine Arts, an auditioned-only visual and performing arts program for talented students in Frederick County from Grades 9th to 12th.

  5. Oakdale High School (Maryland) - Wikipedia

    Oakdale High School (Maryland) - Wikipedia Oakdale High School (Maryland) Oakdale High School is an American public high school located in Frederick County, Maryland, in Ijamsville, near the city of Frederick . History [ edit]

  6. Frederick County, Maryland - Wikipedia,_Maryland

    The Office of Economic Development is located at 118 North Market Street, Suite 300, Frederick, MD 21701. Frederick County's fire and rescue service is handled by a combination career and volunteer service delivery system. The county employs over 450 career firefighters.

  7. Frederick, Maryland - Wikipedia,_Maryland

    As of the 2010 U.S. census, [42] there were 65,239 people residing in Frederick city and roughly 27,000 households. The city's population grew by 23.6% in the ten years since the 2000 census, making it the fastest growing incorporated area in the state of Maryland with a population of over 50,000 for 2010. [citation needed] [43]

  8. Urbana, Maryland - Wikipedia,_Maryland

    Public schools in Urbana are part of the Frederick County Public Schools (Maryland) system. Urbana High School has been recognized as one of Maryland's top 25 engineering schools by the A. James Clark School of Engineering of The University of Maryland.