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School Profile: Fallston High

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Fallston High is located at 2301 Carrs Mill Rd, Fallston, MD 21047-1899. The contact phone number is (410) 638-4120. It has a student/teacher ratio of 18.46.

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  • Students and Teachers

  • School District: Harford County Public Schools
  • Grade Range: 9 - 12
  • Students: 1643
  • Teachers (FTE): 89
  • Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.46
  • Title I eligible: No

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Primary Schools
Carroll Manor Elementary
4434 Carroll Manor Rd
Baldwin, MD 21013
(410) 887-5947
Forest Hill Elementary
2407 Rocks Rd
Forest Hill, MD 21050
(410) 638-4166
Forest Lakes Elementary
100 Osborne Pkwy
Forest Hill, MD 21050
(410) 638-4262
Youths Benefit Elementary
1901 Fallston Rd
Fallston, MD 21047
(410) 638-4190
Middle Schools
Fallston Middle School
2303 Carrs Mill Rd
Fallston, MD 21047
(410) 638-4129
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