|Lake Clifton Eastern High School
||Originally called Lake Clifton High School (LCHS), although it was commonly known as Lake High School or Lake Clifton, it is now officially named the Lake Clifton Campus (LCC).
|Heritage High School (Baltimore, Maryland)
||Heritage High School was a public high school located in the northeast area known as Clifton Park of Baltimore, Maryland.
||Bugle Field was a Baltimore based, predominantly wooden stadium utilized by the two primary Negro League teams of the 1916 to 1950 era, the Baltimore Black Sox, (1916-1933), and the Baltimore Elite Giants, (1938-1950).
|Achievement Academy (Baltimore, Maryland)
||Achievement Academy at Harbor City High School, formerly known as Harbor City Learning Center, is a public adult high school located in Baltimore, Maryland.
||state of Maryland, is bounded by Harford Road on the east; Loch Raven Boulevard on the west; 25th Street on the south; and 32nd and 33rd Street on the north and includes Baltimore's scenic Lake Montebello, a holding pond for the City's Department of Public Works regional water system and the Montebello Filtration Plant (constructed 1913) to the immediate north.
|Public School No. 99
||99, also known as Columbus School, is a historic elementary school located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States.