Potomac ES Elementary School 10311 River Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Potomac Elementary School, under the leadership of Principal Linda Goldberg, serves children in kindergarden through…More fifth grade. The school focuses on core values such as united effort, relationships, rigor and expectations. Potomac Elementary is recognized as an Integrated Arts Model School and offers programs in partial Chinese immersion.
Lutheran Church of The Cross 12801 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Located near the intersection of Falls Road and Wooten Parkway, the Lutheran Church of The Cross offers a place of…More worship and more. Its activities for adults include choir, Bible study and community outreach. One notable community program is the Chinese Community Outreach. For children, the church provides both a preschool and a Sunday school (pre-k though 12th grade).
Wayside Elementary School 10011 Glen Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Wayside Elementary School is part of the Winston Churchill High School cluster in the Montgomery County school system,…More lead by Principal Yong-Mi Kim. Wayside Elementary School is a kindergarten though 5th grade school.
Herbert Hoover MS Middle School 8810 Postoak Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Herbert Hoover Middle School, for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students, is led by Principal Billie-Jean Bensen.…More The school offers several special programs such as partial Chinese immersion.
St Andrew's Episcopal School 8804 Postoak Rd, Potomac, MD20854 St. Andrew's Episcopal School is a diverse environment offering students a quality education. The staff is trained…More to meet each student's individual learning style. Students from preschool through 12th grade can attend the school, lead by Head of School Robert Kosasky. Students from around the Washington, D.C. metro area attend St. Andrews' Episcopal School, which has a compact and active campus.
Fourth Presbyterian School is a Christ-centered school that serves students from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade,…More adding preschool for 3 year olds in fall 2012. The school was founded in 1999 by the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, and it has expanded to a campus with 32 scenic wooded acres, an extensive media center, new middle school building, new multi-purpose gymnasium, athletic fields and wireless network connections.
The school's mission is to prepare young men and women for college and life by providing opportunities to excel in the vital areas of faith, virtue and knowledge.
Headmaster John A. Murray leads the school that has an average class size of 10 students.