Carroll County Public Schools (Maryland)
Carroll County Public Schools is a school district based in Westminster, Maryland. CCPS is the ninth largest in the state of Maryland. More than 26,500 students are enrolled in the county's public schools. The school system includes all of Carroll County, Maryland.
In testing, the schools typically score well above the state and national averages.
The schools are administered by superintendent Stephen H. Guthrie. Guthrie began his first four-year term as Superintendent on July 1, 2010 and was appointed to a second term in the summer of 2014. On October 31, 2014, Superintendent Guthrie was named the 2015 Maryland Superintendent of the Year. He also served as the President of the statewide superintendent association for 2015.
The Board of Education consists of five elected Board of Education members and one non-voting student member. As of 2014, the members are Virginia Harrison, President,James Doolan, Vice President, Jennifer Seidel, Bob Lord, and Devon Rothschild. The current student representative is Matthew Saxton.
*East Middle School
- Mt. Airy Middle School
- New Windsor Middle School
- North Carroll Middle School
- Northwest Middle School
- Sykesville Middle School
- Shiloh Middle School
- Oklahoma Road Middle School
- West Middle School
- Cranberry Station Elementary School
- Charles Carroll Elementary School
- Ebb Valley Elementary School 
- Eldersburg Elementary School
- Elmer A. Wolfe Elementary School
- Freedom Elementary School
- Friendship Valley Elementary School
- Hampstead Elementary School
- Linton Springs Elementary School
- Manchester Elementary School
- Mechanicsville Elementary School
- Mt. Airy Elementary School
- Parrs Ridge Elementary School
- Piney Ridge Elementary School
- Robert Moton Elementary School
- Runnymede Elementary School
- Sandymount Elementary School
- Spring Garden Elementary School
- Taneytown Elementary School
- Westminster Elementary School
- William Winchester Elementary School
- Winfield Elementary School'Bold text
The district also a Career and Technology Center located in Westminster and two alternative schools (Carroll Springs and Gateway).