Strategic Plan 2020

In the fall of 2016, the Board of Directors and staff compiled and studied the outcomes of the 2013 Strategic Plan. They began a planning process to set forth new goals and targets for the year 2020. In this planning, feedback was gathered from alumni, parents, students, teachers, and major stakeholders.

Outcomes revealed the need to increase the number of under-represented students enrolled in The Ingenuity Project and accepted to selective colleges. In order to fulfill this aspiration, Ingenuity will cultivate a diverse pipeline of Ingenuity scholars, expand the number of seats for qualified students, be the exemplary accelerated math and science program that prepares Baltimore City students for selective colleges and STEM careers, and provide tailored support & enrichment opportunities to all.

The high school program aligns to the highest standards in math and science to enable students to enroll and succeed in selective colleges and STEM careers.  The program is committed to identifying a cohort of diverse students that reflects the ethnicity, gender and income of Baltimore City.

The middle school program provides students with rigorous math and science courses and experiences that prepare and inspire a pursuit of advanced STEM curriculum in high school. The program is committed to identifying, recruiting, and supporting students with high potential and interest in STEM from historically underserved populations in Baltimore City.

2020 OBJECTIVES

Cultivate a diverse pipeline of Ingenuity scholars Goal:

  1. Strengthen recruitment, access and placement for high achieving students from historically underserved populations in Baltimore City.
  2. Improve the diversity of our middle school classrooms.

Expand Number of Seats for Qualified Students Goal:

  1. Expand the number of seats in our city wide programs from 562 in 2015-16 to 662 in 2019-2020  (Total= 74 middle school seats and 26 high school seats).

Be the exemplary accelerated math and science program that prepares Baltimore City students for selective colleges and STEM careers.

  1. Develop advanced engineering and technology curriculum to strengthen alignment of our STEM curriculum 6th through 12th grade.
  2. Ensure all Ingenuity middle school students meet qualifying Algebra criteria for entrance to Ingenuity at Poly.

Provide Tailored Support & Enrichment Opportunities to All Goals

  1. Implement grade level enrichment and support service framework for grades 6 through 12.
  2. Inspire and engage our students through an effective early college/career enrichment and advising program.

What's Happening

Student Achievments

June 2017

Rebecca Brody was invited to San Diego, CA, to compete in… Read More

May 2017

We extend our best wishes to Dr. Goldenberg, Ingenuity Mathematics… Read More

April 2017

At the Baltimore Science Fair, junior Claire Wayner won the  U.S.… Read More

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Application Timeline

October 16, 2017Online Applications Open
December 9, 2017Baltimore City Schools Choice Fair
December 20, 2017Application Deadline
January 27, 2018Ingenuity's Admissions Testing
February 28, 2018Receive Admissions Decision
June 2018Offers for 7th and 10th Grade Awarded

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

1400 West Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21209, United States

410-396-7026

Hamilton Middle School

6101 Old Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21214, United States

410-396-6375

Mount Royal Middle School

121 McMechen St, Baltimore, MD 21217, United States

410-396-0864

Roland Park Middle School

5207 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210, United States

410-396-6420

Locations / Schools

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
1400 West Cold Spring Lane
410-396-7026


Hamilton Middle School
6101 Old Harford Road
410-396-6375


Mount Royal Middle School
121 McMechen St
410-396-0864


Roland Park Middle School
5207 Roland Avenue
410-396-6420