Located in north Baltimore City, Tunbridge Public Charter School sits in both the Govans and Homeland neighborhoods. The school is surrounded by many beautiful homes, fully matured trees and even has a duck pond nearby. Tunbridge borders the historic York Road and is surrounded by numerous colleges and universities, including Loyola University. A vibrant business community that includes the Senator movie theater, many restaurants, and Belvedere Square Market enriches the quality of the life in the neighborhood and attracts people from around the city.
Tunbridge resides in what was once the St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic School, which was built in 1874. In 2009, ABI worked with local funders to purchase the building and renovations began in January of 2010. The school opened its doors to over 200 students in pre-k through third grade on August 30, 2010. In 2014, ABI secured funding to renovate what was the convent of the St. Mary of the Assumption Church, converting the space into a middle school. This new wing of Tunbridge opened in August of 2014. Read more about the history of Tunbridge here.