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.
Cold Spring Elementary School is a kindergarden through fifth grade school in Potomac. Principal Martin Barnett…More leads the school, which is a Montgomery County Public School.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Bells Mill Elementary School 8225 Bells Mill Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Bells Mill Elementary School teaches students in pre-school through the 5th grade. Principal, Jerri Oglesby, leads the…More school, which emphasizes academic excellence as a way to promote respect in the community.
Beverly Farms Elementary School 8501 Postoak Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Beverly Farms Elementary School is a Montgomery County public school from kindergarten through fifth…More grade. Principal, Dr. Beth Brown, heads the school, which is dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning. The school offers programs for those with learning and academic disabilities.
Our Lady of Mercy School 9222 Kentsdale Dr, Potomac, MD20854 Our Lady of Mercy School is a Catholic elementary school which educates students from kindergarten through the 8th…More grade. The school is known for its dedicated staff and excellence in education. The U.S. Department of Education recognized Our Lady of Mercy as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence twice in the last two years.
The Lone Oak Montessori School is a day school for children ages 2 through 12. The school has two campuses, one…More of which is on Democracy Boulevard in Potomac.</p>
<p>The diverse school encourages the children to develop intelligence, self-confidence, love of learning, independence, and self-discipline.</p>
<p>Student to teacher ratios vary depending on the age of the student. In Toddler School (ages 2-3) it is 12:2. In Primary School (ages 3-6) it is 27:2. In Elementary School (ages 6-12) it is 20:1. </p>
The Diener School is a special needs, non-profit school in Potomac that serves students in kindergarten through 5th…More grade. The school provides a developmental, educational and therapeutic environment for students requiring smaller class sizes and individualized attention. Classes typically have eight students, with therapeutic input in the classes as well.</p>
<p>The school serves students with language-based learning disabilities, social and functional challenges.</p>
Winston Churchill High School 11300 Gainsborough Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Winston Churchill High School serves students between grades 9 and 12 in Montgomery County. The school was founded in…More 1964 and its current principal is Joan Benz. In 2007, the United States Department of Education recognized Winston Churchill High School as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.
Geneva Day School 11931 Seven Locks Rd, Potomac, MD20854 The Geneva Day School is a childcare facility open to children two-years-old through kindergarten age. Under the…More direction of Amanda White, the day school has fostered a love for learning in Potomac for almost 45 years.
German School 8617 Chateau Dr, Potomac, MD20854 The German School in Potomac strives to teach students in a multilingual and multicultural environment. The school…More prepares students for a future at a German, American or European university.
The Maddux School, a part of the Ivymount School has been educating special needs students from the Washington,…More DC metro area for almost 50 years. The school in Potomac, which educates students ages 4 through 21, strives to offer an atmosphere where students can achieve their highest level of development. The school has two programs: the Ivymount School and the Ivymount Outreach Programs. The outreach is a way teach the community to support at-risk children and help those children live with dignity and self-respect. </p>
<p>The school is nonpublic and students interested in attending Ivymount may have their education funded through their local school district. Director Janet Wintrol and her staff of 250 help educate the more than 200 students who attend the school.</p>
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.
Potomac Nursery School 12300 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD20854 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.
The Harbor School 7701 Bradley Blvd, Bethesda, MD20817 Since 1972, the Harbor School has served children in grades pre-Kindergarten through second grade. The school's facility…More is located on the grounds of St. George's Greek Orthodox Church on Bradley Boulevard, though the school remains unaffiliated with the church. The school's students come from all parts of the Greater Washington, DC area and the school is committed to maintaining a diverse student population.
The McLean School of Maryland is an independent day school for K-12 students. Under the leadership of Darlene Pierro,…More the school works to provide students with a unique learning environment that meets the students' needs and showcases their talents.</p>
<p>The school has been located in Potomac since 1978, when a group of parents, faculty and staff formed a nonprofit corporation and relocated the school to its current campus location on Lochinver Lane.</p>
The Connelly School of the Holy Child is an all-female college preparatory school that serves students in grades 6…More through 12. The school attracts students from the metro area, and it is set in a residential, safe area of Potomac.</p>
<p>The school emphasizes academic challenge, the joy of learning and the education of well-rounded women of faith and action. The school also has an award-winning sports program with a new artificial turf field.</p>
<p>A computer lab, fitness center and dance studio are elements that provide different outlets for students to excel. </p>
Bullis School 10601 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD20854 The Bullis School is a private school for third grade through twelfth grade students in Potomac. The school has a…More reputation for balancing academics, athletics, and the arts for a well-rounded experience that encourages students with all abilities. The school was originally founded in 1930 and moved to the 80-acre Potomac campus in the 1960s. It is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington, Association of Independent Maryland Schools, Secondary School Admission Test Board and The Black Student Fund.
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.</p>
<p>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.</p>
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.
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.</p>
<p>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<br />quarries.</p>
The St. James Children's School is a Christian institution owned by the St. James Episcopal Church. The school hosts…More infant and preschool programs as well as a full day kindergarten school. The school has been at its current location for about 17 years and works with 2-month-old through 6-year-old children.</p>
<p>Spanish and music programs are added to some students' itineraries as a way to enhance the educational experience. The school is known for its low turnover of teachers and children, so its dedicated and experienced staff teach students for several years. The school offers a 10 percent discount for siblings who attend the school. </p>
<p>The school's teacher-to-student ratio varies with age. The ratio is 1:3 for students age 2 and under. For students who are two-years-old, it is 1:6; for three and four-year olds it is 1:10, and for kindergarten it is 1:10.</p>
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.