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Thunder Hill Elementary School
9357 Mellenbrook Rd, Columbia, MD 21045
Thunder Hill Elementary School was opened in 1970 and has undergone several renovations and/or additions, the last inMore 2007. It is one of Columbia's smaller elementary schools, with fewer than 350 students. The school is working on becoming a fully eco-friendly, green-certified school.
Guilford Elementary School
7335 Oakland Mills Rd, Columbia, MD 21046
Guilford Elementary School is a community school serving a diverse population. The school sits adjacent to a largeMore apartment complex, single family homes and town houses. Guilford's school walls are filled with inspirational words to motivate its more than 500 student population. Awards and student achievements are proudly displayed in glass cases towards the front of the school.
Swansfield Elementary School
5610 Cedar Ln, Columbia, MD 21044
Swansfield Elementary School is an enriching Kindergarten through 5th grade public school that regularly maintainsMore Adequate Yearly Progress on Maryland State Assessments. The school hosts several entertaining events each year, including a "bike rodeo" and a "bungee run." In 2009, the school began the BRIDGES to Success Program, which features opportunities for extended-day learning.
Columbia Academy Elementary and Middle School
10350 Old Columbia Rd, Columbia, MD 21046
Columbia Academy is a private institution with four preschools and an elementary and middle school. This school servesMore students from kindergarten through the eighth grade and prides itself on small class sizes. The school is located on lush green property off Old Columbia Road.
Jeffers Hill Elementary School
6000 Tamar Dr, Columbia, MD 21045
 Jeffers Hill is a relatively small school with just over 420 students in its primary building. It also has twoMore portable classrooms. Although still an attractive school,  it hasn't undergone  any major renovations since 1999, according to its public profile. The elementary school has 200 members in its PTA. 
Talbott Springs Elementary School
9550 Basket Ring Rd, Columbia, MD 21045
Talbot Springs Elementary School is located in a culturally diverse community with a school population of close to 500.More The school was opened in 1973 and has since undergone two renovations. Talbott Springs boasts a very active PTA and offers a variety of special programs.
Atholton Elementary School
6700 Seneca Dr, Columbia, MD 21046
Atholton Elementary is a charming school. Built in 1961, it is a true neighborhood school that sits on a small inclineMore at the far end of a residential street. The doors are labeled with entrances for each grade level which gives the visitor a sense of order. Atholton, which has undergone five renovations since its founding, partners with Loyola College as a professional development school for teaching interns.
Waterloo Elementary School
5940 Waterloo Rd, Columbia, MD 21045
Waterloo Elementary was opened in 1964, but recent renovations make it look like a new school. The school hasMore an active PTA and works with the school and community to support a host of activities and fundraisers.
Phelps Luck Elementary School
5370 Old Stone Ct, Columbia, MD 21045
Phelps Luck has been operating since 1972. The K-5 elementary school has a very active and involved PTA, which, alongMore with community residents, sponsored International Day, Family Reading and Math Night and semiannual concerts.
Stevens Forest Elementary School
6045 Stevens Forest Rd, Columbia, MD 21045
Stevens Forest Elementary School is ranked well above the state and county average for its math and reading MSA scores,More prompting the NAACP to recognize this ethnically diverse school for its achievements. Of its 293 students, 28 percent are Caucasian, 42 percent are African American, 23 percent are Hispanic, 3 percent are Asian, and 1 percent are Native American. Aside from this diversity, the school has a comprehensive Parent Teacher Association whose size represents more than half of the school's students. A weekly newsletter keeps families updated on the happenings of the school.
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