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A Cherished Baltimore School for the Arts Tradition

The incredible Baltimore School for the Arts closes out the year with a justifiably cherished tradition: students gather in the School's Schaefer Ballroom and sing/perform for each other! Given the current challenges facing the Baltimore community, the ability of art to focus minds and hearts has added meaning. Find out more at

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