At Sheridan School, we`re a small school with a big story. We invite you to explore the diverse and vibrant community that makes us a true progressive school. As you browse the pages of our site, we hope that you get a sense of our mission-driven and student-centered approach to education.As a small school, we have the luxury of knowing each child individually and ensuring that each child feels known and understood. While Sheridan prides itself on its nurturing environment, it is also academically challenging. We set the bar high with our challenging, mastery- based curriculum that build confidence and cultivate successful students. A Sheridan education is a combination of creative expression, critical thought, hands- on experimentation and global awareness. We value diversity, risk-taking, social-emotional awareness and respect for the environment. Our concept based curriculum teaches students more than content. It is a vehicle for inquiry, exploring issues from multiple points of view and development of student passions. We provide a lasting foundation for students that serves them as they enter a complex world.The best way to truly capture the Sheridan spirit is to visit the campus. We can promise you that the minute you walk through the door, you will be impressed by the warm, familial, creative and intellectually robust atmosphere. It is a joyful place for children and adults. Please, come see for yourself.
Years Established: 1927
Tuition: Kindergarten to 3rd Grade - $32,630 4th to 8th Grade - $35,510
Who you serve:
Co-ed, Elementary, Middle School
Sheridan School's mission is to create an inclusive, vibrant learning community. We take joy in learning, show kindness and empathy towards others, embrace new experiences and ideas, and continually seek a deeper and fuller understanding of the world. We seek to inspire self-knowledge, intellectual discipline and personal integrity in our community members. At both our city and mountain campuses, the Sheridan community challenges itself to live the ideal of respect for oneself, others and the environment.
- Address: 4400 36th Street NW Washington, DC 20008
- Zip Code: 20008
- Phone: 202-362-7900
- Website: http://www.sheridanschool.org/