Baltimore's top small companies for 2012 [Pictures]
Not everyone can say they like going to work. But many of the people who work for the companies and organizations mentioned in this section do. The Baltimore Sun proudly presents Baltimore's Top Workplaces, listing the region's top companies based on confidential surveys of their employees.
-- By Marianne Amoss, Special to The Baltimore Sun
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No. 3: Archbishop Spalding High School( Handout photo / November 14, 2012 )
A co-educational Roman Catholic high school, Archbishop Spalding was founded in 1966 as a girls' school run by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. It became co-ed in 1973. The majority of its 1,200 students hail from the Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington, D.C. areas. Spalding is dedicated to educating the whole person "spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically," according to its mission statement. When they¿re not studying, students can take part in the many co-curricular activities, including Model United Nations, Liturgical Music Ministry, and HOPE (Help Out Planet Earth), or join one of the many athletic teams.