Waterfront Academy is a dual immersion (Spanish and English) faith-based Montessori school with emphasis on charity and stewardship in the Catholic tradition. We serve children between 18 months to 8th grade through several of our programs: Pre-Primary, Primary, Elementary, and Middle School.
Grace Episcopal School
Thank you for your interest in Grace Episcopal School! We are now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at 703-549-5067. www.graceschoolalex.org
Christ Episcopal School
Christ Episcopal School (CES) is a diverse community celebrating over 50 years of academic excellence in historic downtown Rockville. A ministry of Christ Episcopal Church Prince George’s Parish, founded in 1726, CES honors its history while also embracing families of all faiths. We provide a rigorous and rich private school education at an affordable price. And, in addition to the resources provided by Rockville and the metropolitan Washington, DC area, our instruction reaches beyond our location in Rockville Town Square. We have now partnered with YMM Art Space, an international art education organization with worldwide locations, to provide our students with a superb visual arts program that is enriched with YMM Art’s global expertise. We have also launched an international student program, allowing us to assist students in obtaining an F1 Student Visa.
Our strong, collaborative curriculum provides a healthy challenge for students, giving them room to grow as individuals. The academic program also includes an emphasis on teamwork. CES students become experienced members of teams that research, collaborate and problem solve together, acquiring skills and values that support acceptance, appreciation and support of one another in both academic and social situations.
Students leave CES well prepared for the rapidly changing world in which they live and are welcomed into top independent schools and public school honors and magnet programs.
At Christ Episcopal School, every student and parent is a priority, and academic excellence, respect, and a passion to serve are the inspiration for our community. Every interaction is rooted in our CES promise: to nurture students to become kind, confident, well-rounded individuals prepared to contribute to their community and thrive personally, spiritually and academically.
St. Albans School
For more than one hundred years, St. Albans School has educated boys well. Here, boys learn to solve differential equations, construct castles and catapults, parse Chinese poetry and Latin history, reenact a scene from Shakespeare, and reargue a historic debate. They race underwater robots in the swimming pool and send lab experiments into outer space. They learn how to think and read critically and to write clearly.
Many boys come to St. Albans School because of the school’s rigorous college-preparatory program. They graduate, I hope, with something more. The long view, for our boys, involves the pursuit of wisdom and of a demanding and satisfying life, preferably dedicated to the service of others.
As an Episcopal school standing beside Washington National Cathedral, St. Albans places great emphasis upon boys’ moral and spiritual education. Our community welcomes faculty and students from all faiths and backgrounds. We encourage boys to find their strengths in many spheres: sports and arts are not extracurricular activities here; they are essential elements of our course of study.
Washington Episcopal School
Washington Episcopal School challenges Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle School students to embrace academic rigor in an appropriately balanced and supportive environment. We are a diverse, inclusive community that respects individual differences, develops every child’s unique talents, and fosters learning inside and outside the classroom. Here, children stand out without burning out. WES graduates are kind, confident, and prepared.
Grace Episcopal Day School
Grace Episcopal Day School is a small school (approximately 100 students) with a big mission: to provide an excellent, well-rounded education to the diverse community of children who make up our city and our world. With over 63% of our student body composed of students of color, Grace reflects the rich diversity of the Washington, DC metro area. Like our founders in 1960, we believe that we are all better individuals when we are a part of a varied and inclusive whole.
At Grace, our focus is on the most important years of childhood: ages 3-11. We are committed to meeting children where they are and helping them to grow. Our eleven-acre campus offers easy access to the outdoors, with time each day for nature exploration, PE, and recess. Music, art, library, and weekly chapel and assembly help to cultivate creativity and develop confidence, oracy, and performance skills. From Kindergarten and up, Spanish and technology round out a suite of twenty-first century skills. Finally, as an Episcopal school, we are passionately committed to raising individuals who serve others, appreciate the wonder of our world, and feel connected to a larger whole.
Grace graduates have an impressive record of outplacement and success in middle and high school; but more importantly, they grow into nimble thinkers, confident individuals, and compassionate citizens.
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School is a college preparatory Episcopal Church School in the Diocese of Virginia that educates boys and girls from junior kindergarten through grade 12. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School serves students from across Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Currently enrolled students hail from Alexandria, Arlington, McLean, Falls Church, Fairfax County, Prince George’s County, and Washington, D.C. The School consists of three distinct campuses, each uniquely tailored to meet the needs of the students within. The Lower School, grades JK-5, is located on Fontaine Street; the Middle School, 6-8, is located on Braddock Road; the Upper School, 9-12, is located on St. Stephen’s Road.
Episcopal High School
Episcopal High School: All-boarding, just outside D.C. Remarkable faculty and students to nurture intellectual, spiritual, physical, and moral development.
The Episcopal High School experience is one marked by purpose, honor, and tradition. With dynamic and rigorous academics, broad and inclusive arts and athletics programs, and an enduring commitment to service and spiritual inquiry, ours is a school that prepares students to lead lives of genuine meaning in this ever-changing world.
We strive to admit young men and women of strong character who are distinguished members of their communities and dedicated to the pursuit of excellence.
St. John’s Episcopal School
Why should your child’s education be anything less than transformational?
From our youngest students to our 8th graders, St. John’s believes in a purposeful education for your child by taking intentional steps to ensure they are challenged to become confident learners, to prepare them for their next steps in both education and life.
Our rigorous, research-based academic program, featuring small classes where your child is known and an accelerated curriculum, coupled with our strong belief in faith-based character education and community service, truly is the model for a balanced and transformational education. Each day, your child will enter an environment of cross-curricular learning, with teachers who work collaboratively to inspire and challenge them.
Choosing St. John’s means your child will learn the importance of moral character and global citizenship in a safe and nurturing community environment. Choosing St. John’s means your child will be inspired each day.
For a personal tour, please contact Margaret Curry, Director of Admissions, at 301-774-6804 or email@example.com
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School
We believe that all people are created in the image of God and so we are called the Children of God. We believe that Honesty, Responsibility, Kindness, and Respect are essential to caring for ourselves, other people and the world around us.
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School educates students in Nursery through Grade 8. Believing that all of the individuals within the St. Patrick’s community—teacher and learner, adult and young person—are active, growing, and changing, we work to challenge and support them in what we understand to be a lifelong process. In particular, we strive to create an atmosphere of trust and cooperation in which to nourish each student’s growth toward personal integrity and a lifetime of service.