Hosanna School Museum

The Hosanna School was the first public school for African American’s in Harford County, Maryland. The school stands as a symbol of  history that is not widely known. Planned programs provide an opportunity to share the rich heritage of our diverse society and foster an awareness of, deepen understanding of, and an appreciation for that diversity.

In implementing this mission, the Corporation (Hosanna Community House, Incorporated) will sponsor exhibits, speakers, displays, and other events that portray the bountiful contributions made by African Americans and a variety of ethnic groups. These programs will be open to the public regardless of sex, race, creed, age, national origin, or disability. Programs are made possible through grants, public and private advocates and supporters.