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  • Barrie School is a progressive independent school, serving students from 12 months to Grade 12, that inspires excellence, intrinsic motivation, and responsibility through innovation in learning. Our intentional educational throughline—from Montessori (12 months to Grade 5) to Project-Based Learning (Grades 6 to 12)—cultivates learning that lasts. Offering challenging educational experiences that unlock intrinsic motivation and

  • Beauvoir is an independent elementary school located on the picturesque grounds of the Washington National Cathedral in Northwest Washington, DC. A Pre-Kindergarten through third grade elementary school serving a coed population of approximately 380 students, Beauvoir focuses exclusively on the early childhood and early elementary years. All curricular goals, projects and community decisions, as well

  • At Bullis, we believe the best education is achieved by immersing students in academics, arts, and athletics. Signature programs—in STEM, entrepreneurship, visual and performing arts, and humanities and global studies—give students unlimited opportunities to discover and develop academic strengths. Robust arts and athletics programs round out the educational experience for students from Kindergarten through 12th

  • Feynman School plans to offer in-person instruction Monday through Friday for the 2020-21 school year. Class sizes are limited to a maximum of 10 students. Please call for updates. Feynman School is an internationally recognized school for academically gifted students. Our experienced teachers recognize that gifted learners are bored by repetition but joyful and motivated

  • Grades: 2 years old-Kindergarten Gender: Co-ed Total number of students: 100-250 Average class size: 13 Student/teacher ratio: 6:1 – varies by age Religious affiliation: None Grade foreign language first offered: 3 years old Languages offered: Ordinarily Spanish, Chinese, Farsi Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $7,870 Students receiving financial aid: 10% Uniform: No Bus transportation: No

  • Love Where They Learn… with over 40 years of experience and 40,000 little footsteps walking through their door, Georgetown Hill Early School is leading the child care industry with a play-based, joyful approach to preschool learning. Their P.L.A.N.® curriculum is research based and time-tested, all revolving around a child and family first environment. Georgetown Hill

  • Grades: 9-12 Gender: Boys Total number of students: 495 Average class size: 16 Student/teacher ratio: 8:1 Religious affiliation: Jesuit (Catholic) Grade foreign language first offered: 9 Languages offered: 4 Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $39,385 Students receiving financial aid: 28% Uniform: Sport coat and tie Bus transportation: Bus transportation from the Grosvenor–Strathmore (Red Line) Metro

  • Grades: Age 2 – Grade 12 Gender: Co-ed Total number of students: 520 Average class size: 16 (Elementary and Upper Schools) Student/teacher ratio: 7:1 Religious affiliation: None Programs: STEM/MINT School with state-of-the-art science building Grade foreign language first offered: German starting in Pre-K Languages offered: German, English, French, Spanish, Latin Lowest tuition for 5-day students: 2-year-old

  • Entering its 86th year, Green Acres School is among the nation’s foremost—and one of the area’s original—progressive schools. Founder Alice Mendham Powell believed that education was the engine of social change, and so she set out to build a school that would give children a voice, empower them to think critically and inventively about real-world

  • Grades: K-12 Gender: Co-ed Total number of students: 430 Average class size: 10 Student/teacher ratio: 5:1 Religious affiliation: None Grade foreign language first offered: Grade 5 Languages offered: Spanish, Latin, American Sign Language Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $28,990 Annual tuition for grade 12: $49,290 Students receiving financial aid: 36% Uniform: Yes Bus transportation: Yes

  • At Norwood School, we believe that families shouldn’t have to choose between challenging academics and a joyful community. It begins with a simple promise: your child will be known. When students are known, teachers can design learning experiences that stretch without stress. When students are known, they are best able to learn. This is because

  • Grades: Ages 2 – Grade 12 Gender: Co-ed Total number of students: 145 Average class size: 24 Student/teacher ratio: 12:1 Religious affiliation: Non-sectarian Grade foreign language first offered: PS Languages offered: Spanish, French, Italian Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $22,800 Annual tuition for grade 12: $34,650 Students receiving financial aid: 18% Uniform: No Bus transportation:

  • Rochambeau empowers students of all nationalities and backgrounds to become confident, caring and opened-minded critical thinkers. Students can start as of age 2 in our French preschool without any prior knowledge of the French language*, and continue through high school (12th grade or Terminale) to graduate with both the French Baccalauréat and the High School

  • Sandy Spring Friends School (SSFS) is a progressive, coed, college preparatory Quaker school serving students from preschool (age 3) through 12th grade, with optional 5- and 7-day boarding programs in the upper school. Founded in 1961, SSFS offers a deep and rigorous academic curriculum, character education rooted in universal Quaker values, and a diverse and

  • Grades: PK – 8 Gender: Co-ed Total number of students: 350 Average class size (Pre-K): 14 Average class size (K-8): 18 Student/teacher ratio: 17:1 Teacher retention rate: 85% for three consecutive years Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic Grade foreign language first offered: Grade 6 Languages offered: Spanish Annual tuition (Pre-K): $9,700 Annual tuition (K-8): $8,325 Students

  • St. John’s College High School is an independent, Catholic, Lasallian, coeducational, college preparatory school. We are committed to academic excellence and preparing students for lives of leadership, achievement, and service. Our graduates have a 100 percent college acceptance rate, and the Class of 2020 earned $34 million in scholarships. We have expanded and invested approximately

  • Grades: 9-12 Gender: Girls Total number of students: 175 Average class size: 9 Student/teacher ratio: 8:1 Religious affiliation: Episcopal Seniors with National Merit Recognition: 1 Grade foreign language first offered: 9 Languages offered: Spanish, French, Mandarin Lowest tuition for 5-day students: Day students $34,900; Boarding students $61,700; Students receiving financial aid: 53% Uniform: Yes Bus transportation: No Number

  • Grades: Preschool-Grade 12 Gender: Co-ed Preschool, Pre-K, K; All-girls Grades 1-12 Total student population: 725 Avg. class size: 16 Student/teacher ratio: 11:1 Religious affiliation: Catholic Seniors with National Merit Recognition: National Merit Finalists: 3 National Merit Commended Scholars: 2 Grade foreign language first offered: Preschool (3 year-olds) Languages offered: Spanish, French, Latin Lowest tuition for

  • Grades: 9-12 Gender: Girls Total number of students: 425 Average class size: 15 Student/teacher ratio: 9:1 Religious affiliation: Catholic Grade foreign language first offered: 9 Languages offered: Spanish, French, Latin Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $27,800 Annual tuition for grade 12: $27,800 Uniform: Yes Bus transportation: Ride-on Bus stop at school entrance; Metro 5-minute walk

  • The Auburn School grows the social and academic potential of bright students with social and communication challenges. The Auburn School is an independent day-school with a specialized program that offers a stimulating educational program for intellectually engaged students with challenges in the areas of communication, socialization, language and organization. Auburn’s program simultaneously supports the development