Oldfields School

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For The Middle School in Uttoxeter, United Kingdom, see Oldfields Hall Middle School.
Oldfields School
1500 Glencoe Road
Glencoe, Maryland, 21152
Coordinates 39°33′23″N 76°37′31″W / 39.55639°N 76.62528°W / 39.55639; -76.62528Coordinates: 39°33′23″N 76°37′31″W / 39.55639°N 76.62528°W / 39.55639; -76.62528
School type Private – Boarding and Day
Motto Courage, Humility and Largeness of Heart
Religious affiliation(s) None
Established 1867
Head of school Mr. Taylor Smith
Grades 8-12
Gender All girls
Campus size 130 acres
Campus type Small town
Color(s) Green & White          
Mascot Tiger and Dragon
Oldfields School - Rodney Hall

Oldfields School, founded in Baltimore County, Maryland in 1867 by Anna Austen McCulloch, is the oldest girls' boarding school in Maryland.[citation needed]

A college preparatory boarding and day school for girls in grades 6 through 12 located in Glencoe, near Sparks, Maryland, Oldfield's School has approximately 185 boarding and day students. The school's campus is situated in a section of the northern suburbs of Baltimore City and is located within walking distance of the Gunpowder River and the Northern Central Railroad Trail. Among the School's notable graduates was Wallis Warfield Simpson, who became the Duchess of Windsor.

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