School Programs

Tours are led by trained museum educators and are written using curriculum standards. MdHS tours encourage students to understand the objects and documents on display as evidence to answer historical questions.
SEARCH, The Student Research Center for History, at the Maryland Historical Society introduces middle and high school students to primary source-based historical research.
Timeline Studio offers dynamic, interactive virtual field trips on topics in United States history for K-12 audiences.
Packed with artifacts, documents, costumes, lesson plans, teacher resources and more, our Traveling Trunks are sent out across the country throughout the year!

A museum educator visits your classroom for a 60 minute interactive, primary source and object based presentation. 

Are you looking for our series of online and interactive curriculum? Click Here to learn more about HIP!, the online historical investigation portal that will have your students thinking like a historian!