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Potomac Nursery School
12300 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
The Potomac Nursery School has been a child care service for people in Potomac and the surrounding area for 30 years.More The school works to provide a program that will benefit the child, the parent and the community by working toward the individual child's development. Potomac Nursery School is committed to the development of a well-rounded child with a positive self image.
Geneva Day School & Summer Camp
11931 Seven Locks Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
Potomac ES Elementary School
10311 River Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
Potomac Elementary School, under the leadership of Principal Linda Goldberg, serves children in kindergarden throughMore 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.
Cold Spring Elementary School
9201 Falls Chapel Way, Potomac, MD 20854

Cold Spring Elementary School is a kindergarden through fifth grade school in Potomac.  Principal Martin BarnettMore leads the school, which is a Montgomery County Public School.

The school was founded in 1972 and is the only remaining open space school meaning that is has non-traditional, self-contained rooms with no doors or windows.

St. Francis Episcopal Church
10033 River Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
St. Francis Episcopal Church is an Anglican Christian church located on River Road in Potomac. The worship-centeredMore church has youth programs, missionary events and a music program. The church shares its grounds with St. Andrew's Episcopal School.
Wayside Elementary School
10011 Glen Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
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.
Congregation Har Shalom
11510 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD 20854

Congregation Har Shalom is a progressive, egalitarian, participatory conservative Jewish congregation located inMore Potomac. Har Shalom first began in 1964, when a few dozen families used a portable ark and a borrowed Torah and practiced the faith in members' homes and school auditoriums. Now, more than 800 families attend Har Shalom. The congregation has daily services and offers active and diverse educational, social, religious, cultural and community-oriented programs for all ages.

 

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