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Retro Baltimore Trivia: What Baltimore school was known as "The High School," when it opened in 1839?

Retro Baltimore Trivia: What Baltimore school was known as "The High School," when it opened in 1839?
Inside "The High School" in 1928. (A. Aubrey Bodine / Baltimore Sun files)

Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging.

Here’s last week’s trivia:

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QUESTION: What Baltimore public school was initially known as simply "The High School," when it opened in 1839 with one teacher and 46 students?

ANSWER: Baltimore City College, now the third oldest active public high school in the country.

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