At RPCNS, we believe that children excel by learning through play in a safe, supporting, nurturing community.
RPCNS encourages children’s physical, social, and intellectual development to best prepare them for Kindergarten.
We offer classes for children aged 2, 3, and 4 under the guidance of an experienced Director and fully-licensed teachers. At RPCNS, families are encouraged to actively participate in their child’s classroom and school. We have a variety of commitment levels available and half-day or full day options.
Washington Christian Academy is a Christian college preparatory school serving children in kindergarten through high school, dedicated to what the ancient Greeks called Paideia–educating both the heart and mind to love what is true, beautiful, and good. This guiding principle–that the goal is not to position students for merely material success but to provide them with the tools they need to truly flourish in all areas of life–is at the heart of everything we do. WCA’s academic offerings include honors and Advanced Placement courses, as well numerous service projects, internships, and leadership opportunities. Your child will have access to small classes taught by dedicated teachers in a vibrant Christian community.
National Presbyterian School is an independent, co-educational school in Northwest Washington, D.C., serving 300 students in Nursery through Sixth Grade.
At NPS, we understand that the childhood years from 3 to 12 are the most crucial for learning, when the foundation is put in place for who we will become. The NPS journey begins with 3 year olds who are just ready to engage in an independent experience in a playful, stimulating environment. And the journey concludes with 12 year olds who sit on the cusp of adolescence. Without the presence of teenagers, our oldest students remain receptive to the guidance and instruction of adults at a key moment in their academic and social-emotional development. Renowned for academic sophistication, confidence, and compassion, our graduates are highly sought after by a wide array of schools in Seventh Grade.