History of Baden Elementary
The Baden Elementary School history begins in the early twentieth century. The original Baden School building opened its doors as Prince George's County's first Agricultural High School, in 1912. Our present facility was constructed adjacent to the original building site in 1969. The school was designed around the idea that a school could be the center of a community. We offer a unique rural setting, in a primarily urban-suburban school system. Baden Elementary has the following facilities attached to its physical plant: the Baden Branch of the Prince George's County Public Library System, and a Maryland National Capital Park and Planning facility. Our enrollment in our Pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade program is approximately 295 students. As a comprehensive elementary school, we serve the communities of Aquasco, Baden, Brandywine, Croom, and Eagle Harbor. We are committed to providing a learning environment rich in arts and technology integration.