Annapolis Area Christian School (AACS) has been serving Maryland families for over 45 years, providing an excellent, distinctly Christian education from Kindergarten through 12th grade. AACS serves over 940 students on four separate campuses in Anne Arundel County. Students at AACS pursue their God-given gifts and talents through a comprehensive offering of academic courses, fine arts and athletics, extracurricular clubs and programs, and AP and Honors courses in our Upper School.
Our Four Campuses:
Lower School Campus in Annapolis (k-5)
Lower School Campus in Severn (k-5)
Middle School Campus in Annapolis (6-8)
Upper School Campus in Severn (9-12)
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.
Rochambeau The French International Maternelle School is a non-profit school, approved by the Ministry of Education and operating within the framework of the Agency for French Teaching Abroad (AEFE). As a member of this unique network of nearly 500 schools in 135 countries worldwide, we offer the best of an education system acclaimed for the breadth of its program and its teaching of skill, providing its students with critical thinking, discipline and rigor.
Rochambeau is the only school in Washington DC and its surroundings to provide an education based on a unique combination of the French program and a high quality English program. It welcomes students from the Toute Petite Section preschool class (2yr old) to senior year, representing over 60 different nationalities, with varied cultural, socioeconomic and linguistic backgrounds.
The German International School Washington D.C. is a private, co-educational institution with more than 500 students in preschool through 12th grade, set on a quiet campus in Potomac, Md. Representing more than 20 different nationalities, our student body is truly international, united by a shared interest in German language and culture. The only full-time German day school in Washington, we offer rigorous academics in a warm, multicultural setting.
The school has a challenging German curriculum mixed with some American elements. Graduates receive the globally recognized German International Abitur (DIA) as well as a high-school diploma from the state of Maryland. We have two academic focus areas: foreign languages and science. Students gain fluency in at least two languages and achieve mastery of biology, chemistry, and physics. Our teachers prize critical inquiry, teaching students how—not what—to think. On graduation, they are prepared to enter any prestigious university worldwide.
The German International School is accredited by the German Ministry of Education and Maryland Department of Education. Our German curriculum is based on that used in the state of Thuringia, known for its high academic standards.
Trinity Christian School is a K-12, independent Christian school centrally located in Fairfax County, serving all of Northern Virginia.
Since its founding in 1987, Trinity has sought to educate the whole student by pursuing excellence for mind and heart. This necessarily involves the transmission of truth that engages the mind, grips the heart, and evokes a resonant response of service. Such knowledge encourages cohesive thinking and shapes godly character by establishing a consistent Christian worldview that is anchored in the creative, sustaining, and redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Our goal is that our students will be salt and light in their various vocations by living lives that challenge the prevailing culture and bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ by serving Him well in all places and at all times, whatever the cost.
In the forefront of this endeavor is a capable, committed, and Christian faculty, who encourage our students to think critically across the breadth of a rigorous curriculum. Our teachers strive to help each student be a good and faithful servant of God by thinking God’s thoughts after Him and by rightly interpreting and developing God’s creation for His glory according to His Word. The support of parents who consistently teach biblical knowledge in the home is an indispensable part of Trinity’s educational effort.
At Brookewood School, we believe that our school should help parents form their daughters into young women who are educated, cultured, pious, cheerful, adventurous, and generous.
Because our goal is to help parents raise thriving young women, parent involvement is an important part of the Brookewood lifestyle. We have a supportive Parent Association, but we also have families who organize non-school, community events that students want to attend. We cultivate the spirit of community on campus through our house system. We assign every student to one of our four houses, all of which have individual characters. Each house includes students from every grade level. Middle and high schoolers take on the responsibility of helping younger students fit in and thrive, while elementary school students find a whole family of compassionate “older sisters” who look after their needs.
Washington International Academy
Washington International Academy in Alexandria, Virginia accepts children from the ages of 3 through 14. Our experienced teachers and committed staff guide our students to reach their highest potential. We encourage intellectual, spiritual, physical, emotional.
Washington International Academy believes in raising the standards of education through focusing on the development of Islamic manners and good moral characters amongst our students, while raising the academic standards by following and often exceeding Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL). Our school strives to develop outstanding students who will be role models for future generations by combining academic excellence with an Islamic lifestyle.
At Middleburg Academy, we believe that a student’s secondary school experience should be meaningful in every way. We are a small independent school serving grades 8-12, and this is by design and fundamental to our mission. Engaging the experience is an extraordinary faculty that inspires the best in each student. A Middleburg Academy education is all-encompassing.
Our campus is located in the beautiful hills of historic Loudoun County. The campus is home to faculty and administrators who live on campus along with a herd of deer that roam over 90 acres of woods, fields and lawns. Goose Creek, that borders our campus, is a staging point for kayaking and canoeing while fans of our athletic teams enjoy spirited games with wonderful vistas of the hills and distant Bull Run Mountains.
To know Middleburg Academy is to know what an extraordinary independent school educational experience can be. To know Middleburg Academy is to know that your child will be afforded the opportunity to be part of a community which cares deeply about the fulfillment of his or hers potential. We do this in the context of a global outlook, and we take advantage of a location that is easily accessible to our nation’s capital and beyond. It is the place where a student comes of age, a place we call Middleburg Academy.
Since 1961, the Fairfax Christian School has been an award-winning, university-prep school serving kindergarten through 12th grade. With small class sizes, individual attention and an exceptional faculty, the Fairfax Christian School has a long history of sending graduates to top universities around the globe. The Fairfax Christian School has been consistently ranked one of the Top Schools in Virginia and was the first K-12 school to receive the Presidential E-Award from the US Department of Commerce.