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1. The George Washington University Summer and Special Programs

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5 reviews
The George Washington University Summer and Special Programs
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1922 F St NW STE 304, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-6360

Business type: University department



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Jayson Alvarez: Working as an RA at PC has been an amazing experience. Working with the program's students and staff has taught me invaluable life skills and lessons with people I will remember.

Noah White: GW pre college was a great experience and allowed for me to have a wonderful summer By gaining knowlege and making memories and meeting new people from around the world.

Emily Kohn: The staff and activities were so much and it provided great options to explore the city!

2. Charles Sumner School

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28 reviews
Charles Sumner School
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1201 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 730-0478

Business type: School


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Maureen Elias: Was here for a briefing. What a beautiful building. If you get a chance to tour, do so.

Allanah: Interesting free museum from NPS. Several floors to visit with pictures and historical items. There's also a room to Frederick Douglas. Would recommend for a 30-45 minutes stop.

Michael Leblanc: Interesting free museum. African Americans education. Very nice artifacts and building

Ashleah Younker: Came here for a lecture put on by the Washington Arts Lawyers Association. The building staff were very friendly and helpful when I asked where to find the room the lecture was held in, since it was my first time at this location.

Austin Graff: Charles Sumner School Museum is an off the beaten path museum in Washington, D.C. that attracts the curious local. The building itself is in downtown D.C. close to the National Geographic HQ. The building is in a former 1872 elementary school for African-American students when segregation was still a sad reality. The city is lucky to have the gorgeous building preserved. The museum is open Monday through Friday and closes at 5pm. A few websites online mention calling ahead, but I just walked in. The security guard will take your I.D. and point you to the areas you can view. The museum starts out on the ground floor (entrance on 17th Street NW) with two rooms setting up the premise- a museum of the D.C. public school system. When I went in December 2019, the ground floor also hosted an art exhibit called "Noire Portraits," depicting African-American women with the word they felt like defines them most. Once you visit the two rooms here, take the elevator to the next three floors. Each of these floors houses 3-4 small rooms of exhibits honoring the founders and heroes of the D.C. public school system. Artifacts are scattered throughout the floors. The top floor has a giant room that looks like it was once an auditorium. If you love local architecture, it's worth a visit to see the building and learn more about an important part of our city's history.

Cortlen Yarbrough: Beautiful historic place. Great space for a training sessions

Melani Douglass: The Sumner School outstanding programming. Sign up for the email list so you don’t miss anything. What I love about it is how the school highlights local history and culture that has shaped the city and the world. I look forward to attending more programs in the future!

Sherrell Savage: Very interesting place. Great historical site

Andrea Chamblee: Beautiful building. Great staff. Interesting collection.

Jason Braun: Built in 1872 on the site of the Humble Schoolhouse by Adolf Cluss. The school was originally for black children, the first class having graduated in 1877. The school closed in 1978 due to declining population

3. Sidwell Summer

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14 reviews
Sidwell Summer
Location
4.8
Price
4.9
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: 3825 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 537-8133

Business type: Camp



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Deanna Monique: The staff has THE BEST customer service that I have ever experienced. You can tell that they truly love their careers. I am just beside myself with their level of professionalism and assistance.

Munda Moriba: Awesome employees, great for children, camp setting and learning atmosphere.

Oluseyi Segun: Friendly, invested staff, with great management of the camp programs.

massa pt: Kids loved it!

Dominique Beatty: Nice campus

Luther Hoy: (Translated by Google) Yehahhhhh(Original)Yehahhhhhh

4. The Montessori School of Washington DC

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7 reviews
The Montessori School of Washington DC
Location
4.8
Price
4.8
Class
4.9
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: 4380 MacArthur Blvd NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 338-1557

Business type: Preschool



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Hortensia Gjonca: We strongly recommend this school, not only for what it offers to your child in the academic way, but mostly for the way they offer it, using the Montessori philosophy. The teachers in this school are amazing! They are always smiling! You can easily understand that they love what they do by the way they approach our kids! Our daughter had the smoothiest transition ever when she first started to go to MSOW, thanks to the teachers. Teacher-parent relationship is also amazing!

Sarah Sienaert: My 3-year old daughter has had a wonderful experience at MSOW. We witnessed her growth and development take off immediately after she joined and that has only continued. She is always surprising us at home with things she has learned at school - whether it's 'practical life' skills, such as tidying up after herself, or more academic skills, such as knowing her numbers and letters. The Montessori activities are particularly engaging and they really stretch the minds of the children. The Montessori philosophy has taught my daughter valuable life skills and the school has provided a nurturing environment where she loves to learn and interact with the other children and teachers. My daughter is very happy and stimulated at MSOW and she loves going to school each day. We feel we couldn't ask for more from a preschool!

Ermal Celi: This is a wonderful school! The teachers are very dedicated and committed to help the kids learn. They also work extremely hard to meet the needs of children and parents. Get rid of any doubts you may have for your kid's school next semester and sign them up to this one. This school will help your kid achieve anything they can.

Russet Diam: Great school for beginners. Everyone is so warm and welcoming! Kids are always happy and enjoy being there. Good job to the team. Highly recommend. RG

Ruby Roy: Great school and wonderful teachers! I highly recommend the school and the Montessori method!

5. Washington Waldorf School

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10 reviews
Washington Waldorf School
Location
4.7
Price
4.6
Class
4.6
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.6

Address: 4800 Sangamore Rd, Bethesda, MD 20816

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (301) 229-6107

Business type: Private educational institution



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Bonnie Auslander: A fantastic community of teachers who are dedicated to their students. My two kids have been there for six years and love it. Lots more info about our school on DC Urban Moms. Come take a tour or attend the bazaar in November to get a sense of what Waldorf/ Steiner education is all about.

Daniel Foster: We have two children at this school, and they are both extremely happy there, and wouldn't want to be anywhere else. The teachers are extremely dedicated, and the quality of the students' work is extraordinary. The curriculum is very rich, and the approach to teaching encourages a love of learning which is really the most important thing a school can provide.

Jennie Rabinowitz: Incredible place for children to learn at a developmentally appropriate pace without being beholden to nonstop testing. Teachers here have deep relationships with and insights into their individual students. So happy to have found this wonderful school and community!

Eric Holdsworth: We have had our daughter at this school since pre-school and she loves it. This school and its method of teaching are a magic elixir for what ails most public school teaching. Come to Waldorf and find a better way to learn.

Don Gabriel: I have no children, but I’ve always been impressed by the lectures that I attended. Everyone seems to be remarkably dedicated to their Waldorf adventure.

Andrei Farago: My friends and I were treated very badly by a teacher named miss spotolnick but everyone else was nice.

Thiago Roberto: Excellent

6. British International School of Washington

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7 reviews
British International School of Washington
Location
3.5
Price
3.6
Class
3.5
Facilities
3.5
Teachers
3.5

Address: 2001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 829-3700

Business type: International school



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BSW PA Treasurer: A super professional independent private school in the heart of DC serving Nursery to High School Students. What makes this school standout is its British high quality curriculum and diverse student population. Class sizes are small and the teaching first class.

Tuna Şeker: Its professional school for me. Education is super and beautiful classes in this school.

7. St. Albans School

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13 reviews
St. Albans School
Location
4.7
Price
4.7
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 3001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 537-6435

Business type: High school



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M. Mushthafa: School with a great vision to bring a better future for the student based on religious foundation.

The Cold Tomato: It is the best school of all time because of Julian Spencer

Elsa Woldemariam: Bemnet I like your school I want to larn at you school it is great

Pete Carey: An excellent school!

Minimalus SolitaryRaven: (Translated by Google) What on earth is that for a school ?! = o (Original) was um himmels willen is des für ne schule?! =o

8. Georgetown Day School

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19 reviews
Georgetown Day School
Location
4.7
Price
4.6
Class
4.6
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.6

Address: 4200 Davenport St NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 295-6200

Business type: High school



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Jonathan Kane: Love the Teachers, An actually so far they have been very helpful as a new coach in making me feel right at home and welcomed me from the 1st day. Including me on everything as well as well as open to new ideas which I really like coming from Montgomery County Public Schools......Very technology savvy school paperless and really good job at getting students informed on current issues in these troubled times. As well as staying competitive with sports teams and always looking toward improving their sports teams. As well as very strong academics......

Gilles Alfandari: For engaged, compassionate and inquisitive minds.

Diego Esparza: I had lots of fun💪

Anne Wuttke: This school is amazing!

Ben Berman: 10/10

9. Fusion Academy Washington D.C.

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15 reviews
Fusion Academy Washington D.C.
Location
4.5
Price
4.6
Class
4.5
Facilities
4.5
Teachers
4.5

Address: 2000 Florida Ave NW 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (202) 244-0639

Business type: Private educational institution



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Chloe Duran: My name is Chloe Duran and I just left Fusion. I am 14 and going to 9th grade next year. I am going to boarding school next year, but I had a phenomenal time at Fusion. I had a great experience and made many great relationships in the little time I was there. There are no words to describe the amazing teachers and staff at Fusion. I felt like I could trust everyone and ask for help without feeling judged. The students were amazing as well. I made a lot of friends very quickly because of how welcoming everyone was. I highly recommend this school to any student. :)
Response: Thank you for sharing your story here, Chole. We're so glad you had a great Fusion experience and wish you the best in the next step of your journey at boarding school. We're always here for you if you need us!

Jennifer Levy: Fusion helped saved our child's life. Our daughter was battling a debilitating medical condition her junior and senior years of high school and needed flexibility to complete her classwork in order to graduate. The Fusion team provided amazing teachers for one-on-one coursework, and they bent over backward to accommodate her difficult scheduling needs. The academic instruction was first rate, and the teachers and administrators were endlessly patient with working around her constantly-changing health conditions. These folks are educational HEROES! We could not have made it through this difficult time without this dedicated team. I highly recommend Fusion to any family who needs help with special educational circumstances.
Response: Wow, what a thoughtful review, Jennifer. Thank you for taking the time to share your story here. We're so happy we could be there for your daughter and family in a difficult time.

anne: My son, who is 18 years old and now a senior at Fusion, just finished his Junior year there. This is a big deal because he was in terrible mental shape not long ago. He would need a new style of teaching, one that would ease him back into learning, attending class, making friends, and lastly, creating supportive connections with his teachers and peers. When my husband found The Dorm in Washington, DC, to continue his mental health treatment, they encouraged us to reach out to Fusion Academy. They explained that with Fusion’s 1:1 ratio, he would have the most amount of support, while still getting exposure to that all important social life with other students. (This was something our son desperately wanted, which is why we would not consider him learning from home remotely, on-line, any longer.) His time started well at Fusion, he made friends and really liked his teachers. He grew more confident that he could manage his class schedule and make it to class on time. He learned how to navigate the city, have some fun, and also keep up with his studies. His grades slipped at a mid point, he was not following through on assignments. Fusion Academy reached out to us, and The Dorm, to let us know the situation. Because I and his dad get the ‘Daily Notes’ from his teachers on his progress, we were aware of his decline before they even needed to reach out. His teachers, with Fusion’s director leading the charge, empathetically but firmly got him grounded again, making it clear that just because life can get a bit tough or busy, he had to learn to reach out for help, finish all missing assignments, and keep his promises towards his teachers. He learned to better manage his time, the work/life balance, yet also find ways to be social, caring, and connected. His teachers have been one of the BEST driving forces in his transformation. He deeply respects them. He enjoys his classes. He wants to succeed. He also doesn’t want to slide back into video gaming, which is why he prefers not using a computer, but using his smart phone. Dad and I are very proud of the choices he is making on a daily basis. He has to mange himself, something he has always struggled with. His teachers guide him daily, hourly if necessary. The shear amount of attention he gets from his lead advisor, his teachers, and the school, is unbelievable. He knows deep in his bones he is accepted for WHO HE IS. HE KNOWS HEIS ENOUGH. A work in progress. (As we all are!) Thank you so very much for shepherding him along on all the many challenges he has faced and will continue to face. Each obstacle he overcomes further builds his experience level and confidence.
Response: Thank you so much for sharing your story here, Anne. We are so glad that Fusion is a safe space for your son to learn and grow. It is an incredible honor to be a part of his journey.

Matthew Huggins: We have been extremely happy with Fusion Academy DC for our daughter, who attended for grades 7 and 8. At Fusion, our daughter’s teachers understood her intellect, challenged her with extra assignments, and worked with her as a unique individual. They recognized her as a person with unique and valued gifts and talents and way of seeing the world, and helped her develop those gifts and talents further. Fusion DC allowed her to grow intellectually and academically, while also having the opportunity to make friendships in a kinder setting. In our experience, Fusion is a 100% no-tease zone, and that is just what our daughter needed – an environment where the other kids were open and accepting of her and one another, and where she could get the academic rigor that she and we were seeking. We have been very pleased with our experience at Fusion Academy DC.
Response: Thank you for sharing your story, Matthew. It makes us so happy to hear your daughter had a great Fusion experience, and that you have been extremely happy!

Joy Funk: I've worked at Fusion Academy for almost 4 school years at three different campuses. As a young professional, I was able to get SO much amazing experience in private school operations and administration, learning how to design and enforce protocols and ensure excellence in the experiences of our community. Fusion DC is the most recent campus I am at and the team and the students are loving, intelligent, and beautifully unique. Located just above DuPont Circle, the location is cool and very accessible with many shops and restaurants surrounding it. Fusion DC's leadership is passionate, responsive, and experienced. It is a joy to work here and support others growing as I continue to do so myself.
Response: Thank you for sharing, Joy! We are so glad you're a part of our team!

Gwyn: My experience here has been super solid! I really love both the teachers and the students here and I find everyone very kind and welcoming. As an autistic person and a student, I've found that my experience has been wonderful. My creativity is not only tolerated, but appreciated. I can use it in class. Also, without Fusion, I never would've been introduced to recording music. I know it's not hard to get good grades here, but I'm proud to say that Fusion is the only school that I've had straight As at. My only complaints are that there isn't an actual café for homework café, the location is in a very annoying and inconvenient spot, and the schedule isn't consistent.
Response: Thank you for your review and feedback! We're glad your experience was wonderful!

Alison Hollis: I have never worked with such a compassionate and student-centered group of teachers. Our students come to Fusion because something about the traditional school system does not work for them, and our teachers make sure that those students- many of whom hate school- have a positive educational experience. When you walk down the hallways of our school, you hear laughter and high quality discussions. You see teachers creatively engaging students based on their interests and learning needs. If you want to work with educators who put students first or learn from teachers who center your ideas and needs, then Fusion DC would be a perfect fit.
Response: Alison, thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful review. We're so glad you are a part of our Fusion DC Team!!

Becky Sachs: We have been so happy with our experience at Fusion for our 12th grader and 7th grader. The teachers are wonderful and work hard to connect with students and make lessons meaningful. Both of my kids have been engaged in and excited by what they are learning. The experience has been great for them academically and for their confidence.
Response: Becky, thank you so much for sharing your review here. We are so glad you're happy with your Fusion experience!

Crosby: My little brother went here this past year and I honestly think it saved his school experience. He had been struggling worn the traditional school model especially during the pandemic so we decided to pivot to Fusion and WOW is it great. Not only are the classes/ education very customizable, but the teachers are all so kind and more than willing to help when necessary. Would HIGHLY recommend to anyone. Thanks Fusion!
Response: Thank you for your review and recommendation, Crosby! We are so glad your brother did so well at Fusion!

Gretel French: Working with Fusion D.C has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life and career! I love how we customize for our all of our amazing stakeholders, so that we may all reach for the stars.
Response: Gretel, we're so happy you're a part of our team! Thank you for sharing your review here.

10. National Cathedral School

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7 reviews
National Cathedral School
Location
4.3
Price
4.3
Class
4.4
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.3

Address: 3612 Woodley Rd NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 537-6300

Business type: Private educational institution



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Pete Carey: An excellent school!

henry castellon: Great church

11. The Lab School of Washington

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6 reviews
The Lab School of Washington
Location
4.8
Price
4.7
Class
4.7
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 4759 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 965-6600

Business type: Private educational institution



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Raba Letteri: This is our son's fifth year at Lab School. We could not have been more pleased with the progress he has made. Our son's self-esteem and confidence was boosted, and it allowed him to achieve many of his goals. I cannot speak highly enough for Lab School's staff. Outstanding school!

Daniel Herman: Its a great special ed school. Great and innovative minded students, teachers, and administration. Couldn't ask to be a 10th grader rising 11th grader in a better private High School. The High School recently moved into a new and fancy with 21st century technology like touch white boards, white board walls, among other things.

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12. Maret School

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10 reviews
Maret School
Location
3.7
Price
3.8
Class
3.7
Facilities
3.7
Teachers
3.7

Address: 3000 Cathedral Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 939-8800

Business type: Private educational institution



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Kim Mitchell: I love the school it's speaks the warmth of the children as the art and children's work is displayed throughout the building

Althea Black: Discrim...., parents and grandparents pay heavily to push alot of kids through that really didn't do well. Were harder on some than others, ......

Shankar Kulumani: Great soccer field which is available for use by the city leagues

13. Washington International School

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24 reviews
Washington International School
Location
4
Price
4
Class
4.1
Facilities
4
Teachers
4

Address: 3100 Macomb St NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 243-1800

Business type: Middle school



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mat tan: This school is not good. I have been a student at WIS from kindergarten up to now in high school. The academics here are ok. No interesting courses and the courses do not teach you useful skills except for digital design with Mark Perkins which is very useful and you learn a lot. There is no real entrepreneurship or programming course. In terms of students its horrible. From what I have seen, the students are not interesting, don't do anything, and are horrible influences. The students are bored and the few that do anything extra other than school don't actually do cool things. All the students are also bullies who never change, this happens in every grade. Also, the students are horrible influences, so many high school students do drugs (weed, cigarettes, LSD) and they drink alcohol. I don't think this is very rare but still here and very present. If you send your child to this school be prepared to see your child likely to develop into a bully, not feel good, and perhaps even do drugs or drink alcohol. One pro is their campus which is very good and their teachers are good. Also, its a good brand for college and university.

graysmiles: I used to go to this school and it was a great experience the lunch is great the kids are so kind and the teachers and staff are really really caring. There is no such thing as detention and they have all these special events in the school year. The sports day is amazing and the P.E program is very good. Now in Paris I am doing everything I can so that I am up to level in my Spanish and can get back into the school when I come back to DC.

David Zamula: WIS has the best Art program in the world, Annette and Nancy have transformed art education at WIS. The graduates of the program have gone on to pursue fine art, graphics and design ventures.

Andre Gardiner: Best. School. Ever

delee 18: There is no better school.

S Horton: it sucks

Ana Diaz-Young: It is awesome

Yaquelin Jimenez Martinez: (Translated by Google) It is very large and beautiful also has a large court (Original) Es muy grande y bonitas además tiene una cancha grande

Lorenzo Faccini: (Translated by Google) I spent the summer there and recommend it a lot (Original) Ci ho passato l'estate e la consiglio molto

14. Sacred Heart School

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16 reviews
Sacred Heart School
Location
4.6
Price
4.5
Class
4.5
Facilities
4.5
Teachers
4.5

Address: 1625 Park Rd NW, Washington, DC 20010

Telephone: (202) 265-4828

Business type: Elementary school



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Nubia Fasil D.: Been sending my kids to this school since 20011. Students are obedient and caring and loving they knew each other by name from 8th graders to kinder; it's like one huge family. I love the car pool thing. Staff and teachers super helpful and caring. My only concern is the art classes are limited to certain works, paper only and I wish they can diversify to crafts and knitting. Other than that best school for my kids 😍

Cindy Herrera: The teachers give each student individual attention and they are warm, loving, and respectful to the parents and children. The preschool programs integrates learning about the community, helps the children develop their intellectual curiosity, works on emotional self development, and academics meanwhile teaching the children about caring for and loving each other. They mix the Montessori method with traditional education based on a program thru Harvard. In Pk3, one year, they had a general focus on learning about birds and migratory patterns based on a science grant and the children would regularly take hikes to Rock Creek, at the end of the year the children received certificates. Another year they had the PK children write stories and won an award to be published. They also integrate Art and STEM into their school work. It is an immersion program so the classes do have teachers that only speak Spanish in PK, but they also have an English speaking teacher in the class. Academically it's a great program my child who is in Kindergarten is already learning to read and write in Spanish and he has learned addition and subtraction this year. They offer before and after care, and after care on days where the school is only open half day. School day drop off begins at 7:30 (7:00 for before care) and ends at 3:15 (or 6:00 with aftercare).

Brianna Perez: This is the best school there is NO FIGHTING LIKE OTHER PRIVATE SCHOOLS!!!!!Thank you!!

Gerald Mendizabal: Great place to send your kids, very open and caring. Very diverse. Great memories here.

Bostick-Delgado Family: Amazing principal and teachers. A perfect school for my son.

Betsy Pacheco: the best school and the best education for everybody!!!

Victor Soria: I like this school

Erick y Jaudy Ambrocio: (Translated by Google) I'm lovin 'it(Original)Me encanta

15. Duke Ellington School of the Arts

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49 reviews
Duke Ellington School of the Arts
Location
4.4
Price
4.5
Class
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: 3500 R St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 282-0123

Business type: Art school



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Gina Lee Thomas: My daughter is a freshman at Duke Ellington. She has wanted to attend the school since she was six years old. She LOVES it. Duke Ellington School is such a wonderful experience for these children. Kids who are driven by the arts are special. These kids find it difficult to navigate in some school environments. Ellington is a place where they not only survive…they thrive!

jayesh lakkad: Verry good school. Im from Indian state Gujarat

Maddie Grant: Awesome music school, taught by actual practitioners of the various arts.

Zion Callaham: This is my second year at Duke Ellington School of the Arts and I am in love!!!!! No school is perfect, but as far as I'm concerned, this comes close.

William Young: What a School!!! If My school was like this I think I would spend more time there than At home Amazing

Jamed Sutton: A very good school,Many of the students performed well in college.

Keith Marks: Its a Ellington thang

Krys J: The office staff are rude and they are very unprofessional . I cant wait until my daughter graduates next year!!

Sunya Musawwir: Beautiful school. Friendly staff.

Diana Pineda: Yes I Love This Bar and Washington I ran the Sun Maryland

16. Elliott School of International Affairs

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42 reviews
Elliott School of International Affairs
Location
4.4
Price
4.4
Class
4.5
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: 1957 E St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 994-6240

Business type: Graduate school



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Ray Mack: I really did not expected that so many people in Washington were interested in Central Asia culture. And so many people, businesses and funds are connected with live life of Central asian folks. Elliott School of international Affairs did great.

bonnie the bunny: Nice place. Rooftop with balcony. Lovely view. Lots of information.

Bill Schauman: Liked the new exhibit, "Waging Peace in Vietnam" about military personnel resistance to the war during the war. Building ok, enhanced by fresh-faced young people studying to be world leaders.

PRM: Looking to have an international affair? This is the place to learn how. No matter your sub-specialty, be it a sutric sachet with a sumptuous South Asian or a promenade to the polar palace of a Nordic Elsa, this is the place to learn how to do it right. Emphasis is on fostering students' understanding of how to get in quickly, make the most of the affair, and leave without creating an international scene. Exit strategies are gamed out in detail and students are encouraged to think holistically - staying friends afterward - and outside the box.

Robert Ulrey: View from the conference room on the top floor here is amazing. Overlooks the Washington monument, department of interior, and a bunch of other memorials. Wish I could have watched the fireworks from here.

Diego Blanco: Ranked the 8th best International Relations school in the world, most of the professors and speakers used to be ambassadors.

Emma Sutter: Awesome educational building with modern technology. The stairs are a great butt workout, too.

Tino Stephens: One of the greatest school of international affairs not only in the nation but, the world!

Rozey Chan: Professors from all over the world and of all professions! You always learn something new from lectures given in Elliott :)

Veronica Red: Beautiful building, bathrooms are behind in the renovation cycle.

17. Sidwell Friends School

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Sidwell Friends School
Location
4.3
Price
4.2
Class
4.2
Facilities
4.2
Teachers
4.2

Address: 3825 Wisconsin Ave, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 537-8100

Business type: Private educational institution



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Sanosuske: The negative exposure in the media because of one of the teachers has made me decide to not send my children back in fall. I understand everyone has freedom of speech and I agree with these rights, but with freedoms come responsibility and consequence, myself and my children should not have to suffer because someone whos affiliated with the school decides to be an activist. My phone has been ringing off the hook with other concerned parents, we're in a quandary to stay with a school we consider family or leave for the benefit of our children. I just decided before I reviewed to leave

Joel Okumu: Excuse me everyone but the President of America chose this place for his very loved generous respected and intelligent kids to go here. I think you are all saying these nasty comments for him to look bad and stupid. THIS IS A PRIVATE SELECTIVE SCHOOL. Think about it the Presidents kids go here of course they will report to there dad if something is wrong.

Pamela Evangeline: If its good enough for the President's kids, its good enough for the rest of us. BTW, its, THEIR not THERE (which is a location).In addition, EVERYONE, poops in a toilet.

Rhagen Butts: Because Sid well friends is the best they even have secret service in they own class room

Lili Morillo: the worst school in america! if you want to send kids to a good school go to montesurri school

Kevyn Orr II: I go here and I love it all though it is tough the community is helpful and protective

Jury Rigger: Increable careing staff and challenging work load. Also the lunch is fantastic.

jen online: 5 Stars the 44th president's kids attend this school.

Trenill Bledsoe: I think my daughter would love this school!

Jazlyne Bowers: Hi i see that the Obama sisters go to your. School give. Me a call

18. Washington Global

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Washington Global
Location
3
Price
3.1
Class
3
Facilities
3
Teachers
3

Address: 525 School St SW, Washington, DC 20024

Telephone: (202) 796-2415

Business type: Charter school



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Missy Will: This school is awful!!! The principal lied at the Open Houses, he sold my child and I a dream. The school is not even close to what he explained it to be. There's fights almost every day, there's bullying, I've been to the school because of this, and I have not seen the principal since Open House. Whenever I call or go to the school... he's nowhere to be found. I always have to meet with the assistants. Some of the teachers are just as bad as the students, the way they talk to and treat their students (cursing and discouraging them), the students are rowdy and disrespectful. On several occasions I've seen a few students skipping class, wondering in the halls. I would not recommend this school to anyone. I am transferring my child out of there. I am highly disappointed with the school and staff.

Steven S.: Beware of the aggressive students. During my walk home from work, a group of youth leaving this school shouted at me agressivley and called me a homophobic slur. It was extremely intimidating. I have never felt more unsafe in SW, a neighborhood that I’ve lived in for a decade. This school can do better.

linda Brown: THIS IS A OUTSTANDING SCHOOL I HAVE THREE KIDS WHO ATTEND THIS SCHOOL THE COMMUNITY SERVICES AND ACADEMICS AND THE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IS WHAT KEEPS ME RE-ENROLLING MY KIDS IN THIS SCHOOL AND I PLAN ON HAVING MY OTHER CHILD TO ATTEND IN TWO YEARS. I AM READING COMPLAINTS ABOUT BULLING BUT I HAVE TO SAY THAT BULLYING IS EVERYWHERE AND YOU JUST CANT SAY THAT ITS AT THIS SCHOOL WHEN THIS A NATION WIDE THING. AND I HAVE NEVER HAD A PROBLEM THAT I COULD NOT BRING TO THE STAFF AND IT NOT BE RESOLVED OR DISCUSSED. FOR ALL PARENTS WHO WANT THERE KIDS TO BE CHALLENGED AND GROW THIS IS THE SCHOOL THAT YOU WANT YOUR CHILD TO ATTEND.

Bayoush Alemayhu: My son attended this school for a couple of months but I had pull him out this week. He has special needs and kids bullied him about that, kicking him. He is supposed to have an aide at all times but she did not protect him. No one took responsibility for that incident. Academically, the teacher has no control over the kids, hence no learning is taking place. Very upsetting and disappointing.

Sundai J: Washington Global is a wonderful school, From the Principle to the administers to the teachers . They all play a positive role in the scholars academic and achievement purpose. My child started from the beginning and I never doubted my choice. The class structure as I saw met the kids at there level and help them to progress were they should be. I am very satisfied with this school...

A Girl: This school is bad. People bully others way to much. I don't like this.

Whitney Brock: My son is a student here and they never answers the phone i be calling back to back and then when i called about 30 times one-day and popped up at the school the all sitting around the office laughing and joking this is my son first and last Year never again🙅😊✌

Royaksha Poudel: Bad school,people bully too much!.

3Litkidz: I went to this school for a couple months and got bullied my mother had to pull me out of that school

19. Gonzaga College High School

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24 reviews
Gonzaga College High School
Location
4.1
Price
4.1
Class
4.2
Facilities
4.1
Teachers
4.1

Address: 19 I St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7:30AM

Telephone: (202) 336-7100

Business type: Preparatory school



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Mike Tam: I owe much of my success to the experience(Academics, athletics, the commute, and the people) of Gonzaga. To know Gonzaga is to LOVE Gonzaga. Advice for prospective students and parents: If you're interested in attending, be sure to trial the student for a day program as both my brother and I found it helpful in selecting a high school. It is pronounced Gon-ZAG-ah not Gon-ZOG-uh (The yuppies have somehow proliferated this pronunciation throughout the metro area... stop that.) The school does an excellent job of offering aid programs for families. The education was worth every penny as evidenced by the opportunity cost of writing this review. - Michael Tam, Class of 2002.

Ted E.: A wonderful high teaching men how to navigate and succeed in the real world. If these guys were born with a silver spoon, they're using it to serve others.

Andrew Fertig: Best School in the area for turning boys into Men for Others.

Mike Zapata: Better than any other school no question.

Dante Guardi: Logic made a song about the basketball team

Caitlin Myers: Loved it!

Nha Tinh Tran: Good

Nicolás Mora: Could be better

Ed Kimlin: Outstanding.

Ted Gresh: (Translated by Google) Amdg(Original)Amdg

20. BASIS DC

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BASIS DC
Location
3.7
Price
3.6
Class
3.6
Facilities
3.6
Teachers
3.6

Address: 410 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7:30AM

Telephone: (202) 804-6390

Business type: Charter school



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Justin Parke: Fantastic school with wonderful faculty & a culture of learning. Highly recommended based on 4 years of great experiences. We have found the teachers to be the most caring & dedicated. Both kids & parents love it!

Zormyyy: It is a hard but very rewarding school. And have overall good staff. Even though the school is small doesn't mean it's bad.

Simone Evans: This is our first year and we are very happy with our decision thus far! As an educator, it is truly a breath of fresh air to see teachers that are not only very knowledgeable but passionate about what they do. That has been our experience with all of our daughter's teachers. ( Especially, Science ! Go Mr. A) Students are cultivated to be hard working independent learners. The operative words being "hard working." If your family is not fully invested in your child's education this is not the school for you. Educating a child is not one persons responsibility but rather requires a collective work. Success in Basis requires teachers, parents, students and the administration to work together and keep the lines of communication open and consistent.

John Henry Waymack: I have been attending the school since it started. I am going into my sixth year now, and intend to stay until i graduate. The curriculum is very strenuous and is good preparation for college, that being said it is too much for many students and as a result, many students are forced to leave early. However, all students can get the help that they need, and all have a better chance at success here than at many public middle and high schools.

Ginger Boy: Basis is constantly working on improving there sports Teams and adding new options for people to do sports, the HW is hell but the education is well worth it, if you plan on going here then come to school with a productive mindset for it is easy to fall behind in class work and Grades.

Jay Ramirez: Great school. Great teachers and staff, and a lot of challenging work which benefits me in the long run.

Griffith Barton: Basis is a hard school, with no space in the building. I am a tenth grader and from my experience I know that basis has a high turnover, with most teachers leaving after 1-2 years. The Spanish department is a mess, with people my age having 6+ different Spanish teachers over the last 4 years. The other problem is the space, because we have close to 600 kids in this office building and we don’t have enough rooms to have one room per teacher and so during passing period we have all 560 kids and teachers out in the narrow halls. Then some people go the their lockers and make the hallways smaller, making corners and whole stretches of hallway packed full of kids and teachers trying to get to their rooms, making passing period chaotic. The other problem is the homework, because things like the math problem set can take hours to do, and that’s just one class, so when you add in all the extra stuff the workload takes 2-4 hours per day. The things I do appreciate about basis is that many of the staff like the deans and the lunch lady and the (one!!!!!) custodian are nice, the front office staff are helpful, and most of the rules are fair. I also enjoy outside lunch (for highschoolers only). I think if you are planning to send your child to basis you should send them in fifth grade and not as sixth graders to allow them to make their own decision on whether basis is right for them. Another reason to do this is because 5th grade is pretty chill, but it allows you to get used to math homework and the overall basis “style” of doing things.

Levan Taktakishvili: Great school so far, having 5th grader there. Gives so much more then other schools.

Yoshikazu Arakawa: my son goes to that school and is a gifted and talented kid. he got many awards.

Ryan Kellett: The teachers are what make this school really sing. This location is great - at the nexus of every Metro line making it easy to attract students from all over DC. The diversity of the student body should be a model for all.