Trinity School at Meadow View

Trinity School at Meadow View

Trinity School at Meadow View is a classically based Christian school offering a rigorous humanities curriculum, advanced STEM classes and performance based arts. All students follow one, balanced curriculum that enables them to develop the intellectual habits they need for a lifetime of discovering truth, practicing goodness and creating beauty. Our community of learners is coed, but our classes are single sex, with no more than 20 students per classroom. This maximizes the ability of the individual student to learn well and to develop good friendships. Ours is also an ecumenical Christian culture marked by daily prayer and a moral order deeply rooted in Scripture and Christian tradition. Our ecumenism is a sign of Christian unity and one vital source of our common mission to serve God and our neighbors.

St. Raphael Nursery School

St. Raphael Nursery School

St. Raphael Nursery School offers an early-childhood program for children 2½ through 4 years of age, including a pre-kindergarten program for older 4’s called 4-Plus. At SRNS, we focus on the whole child — spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially — to ensure a positive first-time school experience that puts the child on the right track to a lifetime of learning. Established in 1969, St. Raphael Nursery School has grown to become one of the premier preschool programs in the area — always while maintaining the warm and nurturing environment for which we are known. SRNS is affiliated with St. Raphael School (K-8).

St. Bartholomew Catholic School

St. Bartholomew Catholic School

St. Bartholomew Catholic School is among the top PK-8 coeducational schools in the Archdiocese of Washington.

Our commitment to academic excellence, religious education, spiritual and personal development, and extracurricular activities promotes a balanced approach to support and develop well-rounded, exemplary students positioned to succeed and to inspire.

Why Choose St. Bart’s? Our teaching lasts a lifetime! At St. Bart’s we focus on faith, family, and the future. We strive to deepen the Catholic formation of our students while respecting individuality and nurturing self-confidence. We offer an integrated curriculum which motivates students to understand the connection between classroom lessons and their personal call to faith and service.

We recognize the partnership between school, Church, and home as essential to a child’s total development. We encourage all of our parents and families, regardless of religious affiliation, to become involved with school activities and associations, allowing you to become a part of your child’s education, to form friendships, and to further cultivate the caring community for which St. Bart’s is so well known.

We invite you to discover the St. Bart’s difference and to take a walk with us on campus. Admissions group tours are held on the first Thursday of each month, November through May from 9:30am-11am. Connect with us at @StBarts_School and explore our community project @StBartsRocks.

For more information visit us at school.stbartholomew.org or e-mail admissions@stbartholomew.org

Our Lady of Mercy School

Our Lady of Mercy School

Our Lady of Mercy School, guided by the heritage of our Catholic faith, provides each student the opportunity to reach full potential of mind, body and spirit.  Through daily exposure to individualized instructional environments, technology and innovative teaching methods, Mercy students learn to think, question, collaborate and lead in 21st century society.

Grace Episcopal School

Grace Episcopal School

Thank you for your interest in Grace Episcopal School! We are still accepting applications for our preschool class, as well as our 2nd and 3rd grade for the 2018-2019 school year. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at 703-549-5067. www.graceschoolalex.org

Calvary Christian Academy

Calvary Christian Academy

Calvary Christian Academy, an entity of Greater Mt. Calvary Holy Church, began operations in 1980 as a Nursery through Kindergarten program. In 1991, the church moved to 610 Rhode Island Avenue, NE. Bishop Alfred Owens, Jr. founded the elementary school in 1992, starting with a class of only 10 first grade students.

The primary purpose of Calvary Christian Academy is to use a holistic approach to teaching its students. The Academy assist parents in the spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional development of their child(ren). The philosophy is to motivate and impel students into becoming creative thinkers. We, the faculty and administration, interact with the students in such a way that learning becomes fun and activities become an integral part of their mental, emotional, and physical growth.

Holton-Arms School

Holton-Arms School

Founded in 1901, Holton-Arms School is a college-preparatory school for girls grades 3-12 dedicated to the “education not only of the mind, but of the soul and spirit.*”

The School provides rigorous and dynamic programs in the traditional academic areas, the fine and performing arts, and athletics. Here, young women of diverse backgrounds can take risks, learn from mistakes, pursue opportunities for leadership, and build lifelong friendships. Holton-Arms is a vibrant community that values consistency and order as well as creativity and freedom.

We seek to develop personal integrity and the sense of responsibility that help young women to make wise and ethical choices. We work to build the values of respect, compassion, and service to others, within the School and in local, national, and global communities.

We believe that with intellectual curiosity, self-reliance, tenacity of purpose, and commitment to others, Holton women will make a difference in a complex and changing world.

Christ Episcopal School

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 Center. 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 also have an international student program, allowing us to assist students in obtaining an F1 Student Visa. This year, we particularly look forward to proceeding with our building plans and facilities update. In spring 2019, we will break ground on a brand new building for our Lower School, administrative offices, library, art studio and practice gym with locker rooms. This past summer, we renovated the large all-purpose event space in one of our current buildings into a beautiful and multi-functional venue.

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

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.

St. Albans students thrive thanks to close relationships with their teachers and fellow students, cultivated in chapel, on the sidelines, in small seminars, and during daily family-style lunches. The school’s welcoming and caring environment helps boys discover the strength they need to achieve their goals, to pursue their talents, and, ultimately, to find wisdom and joy in life.

Browne Academy

Browne Academy

Mission
Browne Academy is a diverse independent day school committed to developing the whole child through extraordinary teaching, exceptional academic programs, and a nurturing community. We empower students to be critical thinkers, inspired innovators, engaged peers, and ethical leaders prepared with the confidence to thrive in a dynamic world.

Philosophy
Browne Academy began as one of the first integrated schools in Virginia. Today that spirit of inclusion endures, as our core values – excellence, diversity, character, and community – are an integral part of our school’s tapestry. By encouraging all members of our community to exemplify these values every day, we are building a foundation of empathy and respect that will serve our students throughout their lives.

We believe in providing our students with experiential learning opportunities that encourage thoughtful questioning, personal engagement, use of the greater community, and a deeper understanding of the world. Through our inquiry-based approach, we strive to foster our students’ natural curiosity and develop their lifelong love of learning.

We intentionally keep our class sizes small to nurture each child’s academic, social, and emotional growth. Students feel safe and cared for in such an environment, and as a result, we see them thrive. Our graduates are equipped both academically and personally to navigate life after Browne Academy with confidence.

Browne Academy’s Core Values
Excellence. We value and encourage the pursuit of one’s personal best in every endeavor within the Browne Academy community.

Diversity. We value and advocate for the richness of a multicultural community, composed of members with various perspectives and backgrounds, that fosters global awareness through mutual respect and understanding.

Character. We value and honor each individual and seek to cultivate integrity, moral responsibility, service, and citizenship.

Community. We value and support the common interests and shared goals of our entire Browne Academy family within a nurturing and safe environment.