Norwood School 8821 River Rd, Bethesda, MD20817 Norwood School, founded in 1952, is a coeducational independent K-8 school emphasizing academics, the arts, physical…More education, and character education. The school is situated on 39 acres of land with 2 libraries, 5 science labs, 2 computer labs, 4 art studios, 4 music rooms, a gym, and an athletic center. Norwood provides training in fundamental skills and logical and analytical thinking, while encouraging independence of mind, intellectual curiosity, growth, and creative self-expression. The curriculum emphasizes facility with reading, spoken and written language, and mathematics, and includes outstanding programs in art, music, physical education, science, social studies, technology and world languages.
Feynman School is an educational facility, located in Bethesda, that focuses on education for gifted students. The…More school offers pre-school, pre-K, kindergarten and first grade programs and follows a comprehensive curriculum that includes science, math, language arts, music, art and foreign languages.
The independent school plans to add a level each year, reaching eighth grade in 2019. Visit the school's website for application instructions and enrollment rates.
Har Shalom Early Childhood Education Center 11510 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Har Shalom Early Childhood Education Center is a child-centered and play-centered preschool. Using a variety of teaching…More methods including songs, games, literacy, different art media and movement, Har Shalom's teaching staff promotes social, physical, emotional, spiritual and cognitive development in each of its students. Har Shalom caters to students ages two to five and offers half-day and full-day programs, before and after-school care and parent/child classes in Hebrew and English.
The Heights School is a private boys school that educates students from third grade until 12th grade. The school has…More been located on Seven Locks Road since September 1983 and is currently led by Headmaster Alvaro de Vicente. The school's staff strives to educate boys to develop intellectually, morally, physically and spiritually through an education in the liberal arts.
The Heights School is located on a 26-acre wooded campus, with log cabin classrooms in the third grade through the fifth grade. The main building on campus is made from native stone from Maryland quarries.