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2016 PRIMARY &

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Primary & Secondary School Guide 2016

Admissions interview
The benefits of
know-how
parent involvement

What to expect
during a shadow day

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Interview know-how:

How to stay calm, ask questions, be yourself


BY BRIAN PAPPALARDO
Special to the Daily Record

Paige North has talked with hundreds


of prospective students at Roland Park
Country School, so when parents ask for
advice on how to prepare their child for
private school admissions interviews,
she shares a favorite story.
A few years ago, we had a very good
student and lacrosse player I interviewed who wanted to start in our ninth
grade, said North, an upper school admissions associate and the ninth-grade
academic dean at the Baltimore school
for girls. In the interview, I thought
wed talk mostly about lacrosse, but she
talked with equal passion about Shakespeare. She became a great student and
athlete here.
North and other admissions professionals across the state say interviews
like that, with a personal twist, help
make students stand out. Information
about a special interest like Shakespeare
would likely not appear on an application, North said. Its always a good interview when students talk about what
matters in their heart.
Private school officials are starting
the 2017-18 application season, which
usually runs from fall into winter.
There are applications, transcripts,
teacher recommendations, and admissions testing, but schools most look
forward to getting to know the stu-

dents and parents on visiting days or


during tours.
The student interviews are important,
admission officials said, because they
help determine whats best for the children. Every school applies a different
weight to its importance.
Lisa Shambaugh, the director of
admission at St. Andrews Episcopal
School, a coed pre-k-12 school in Potomac, said she is surprised in every interview. Even if the children are prepared
by their parents, the children speak in
their authentic voice when they are with
us, she said. There is a lot more to every child than what is on the application
and tests.
Private school officials say parents
and students can expect the following,
and offer some advice:
STUDENT INTERVIEWS

Get your child ready: At Glenelg


Country School, a coed pre-K-12 school
in Ellicott City, Karen Wootton, the director of admission and financial aid,
calls the students visiting day an important component of the admissions
process. Her advice echoes the advice
of other admission officials: Gently prepare the child.
Its great if they have a few questions
prepared ahead of time, she said, noting the children can learn a lot by reading a school website. But whats most
important is telling the interviewers

about who they are. Its an opportunity


for their personalities to shine through.
Admissions officials say children can
expect questions about their friends
and family, current school, what they
do on the weekends, if they like sports
and play a musical instrument, where
they have traveled, what books they like,
their favorite foods, and more.
Students are usually interviewed
alone. Children are more willing to
open up if their parents are not there,
Wootton said.
Sometimes, good interviews start
with a simple question from the student. Many ask about our lunches,
and that usually starts a conversation,
Wootton said.
Finally, North suggests practicing
handshakes and eye contact. These are
skills that get lost today, she said.
But dont over-prepare: Wendy Sturges, the assistant director of admissions
at the Bullis School, a coed schools for
grades 2-12 in Potomac, said she does
not want children to feel like its a makeor-break job interview. We want to get
to know them. There are no curveball
questions.
Once they relax, children frequently ask
about what matters to them: homework,
if the teachers and students are nice, and
extracurricular activities, among other
questions. They are honest about what
they are thinking, Sturges said.

PARENT INTERVIEWS

Be honest: Admissions professionals


agree that being candid about your child
is best.
Its always good for the child if there is
an open, honest dialogue when we meet
with parents, said Steve Birdsall, director of admissions and financial aid at
The McDonogh School, a coed pre-K-12
school in Owings Mills.
North agreed: Be realistic about
what makes your child tick and what
might be challenging. Dont say she is
an excellent reader if she is not.
Ask many questions: Parents usually
talk about their childs academic experience and what they expect from a new
school. What are the goals of the child and
parents? What is the orientation process
and how are students integrated in the
school? What is the level of communication between parents and the school?
Tell the school what you are looking
for and be sure it has what you and your
child want, Wootton said.
Its a great opportunity for both parties to ask specific questions and determine whether a school is the right fit for
the child, Shambaugh agreed.
The application process should be a
positive experience for the child, North
said. Not only are you looking at schools,
but your child will grow through the interaction with the people at the schools.
Its important, this is a family decision.

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Parents clubs:

Get involved you wont embarrass your kid!


BY RACHEL WALLACH
Special to The Daily Record

Behind all the bull roasts, the silent


auctions, and the teacher appreciation
breakfasts are a bunch of parents who
really like hanging out together.
I love the friendships Ive built. Its
an opportunity to make connections,
meet people, share stories, and establish
friendships that carry on way beyond
graduation, says Barbara Romagnano,
president of the Mothers Club at Mercy
High School in Baltimore.
Parents groups: Most private and parochial schools have them in one form
or another. They host events and chaperone dances, raise funds for schools,
and build community between schools
and families. Parents may join to be part
of their childs education, to find friends,
or to support the school. They often
come away with lifelong friendships,
and closer connections with their kids.
Romagnano signed up for the Mothers Club eight years ago, when her oldest
daughter (now a senior in college) entered Mercy. But even when her kids
her youngest daughter is a senior there
now, and her son just graduated from
collegewere in elementary school,
shed always been involved. Besides
getting to know the parents of her kids
friends, she says family engagement lets
your child know youre connected to her
school and that you want to know whats
going on. Its kind of part of your childs
education, she says.
Shannon Priddy, Parents Association
president at Bullis School in Potomac,
says her involvement makes her feel
more invested in her kids education.
Starting as a room parent when her
now 20-year-old son entered in the 7 th
grade, she began by volunteering for the
schools gala and service events, including the Thanksgiving basket drive, the
apple pie bake, and the 5K charity run.
The group also raises $15,000 a year in
grants for teachers and staff to use in
classrooms.
We feel we play an important role in
the school, but an added bonus is we
like doing it and we like each other,
Priddy says.

Parents at The Boys Latin School of Maryland volunteer at an annual fundraising raffle. Photo courtesy of The Boys Latin School of Maryland

Priddy says her kidsshe also has


a daughter who just graduated from
Bullis and a son in the 8th gradelike
seeing her involved in their school, and
she thinks thats true for most kids
even the ones who say theyd prefer not
to see their parents at school. I think
thats what theyre supposed to say,
but kids like to know their parents are
around their school and show that they
care about their school, she says.
As Gilmans former Parents Association president and current director of
parent relations, Maria Tilley has seen
parent involvement from all angles.
While theres a lot of work to get done
planning for the annual bull roast in

March was already under way in Augustshe says parents can choose any
level of involvement to fit their schedules, from sending a few emails to chairing an event to serving on the associations executive committee. The group
will sponsor a daytrip to New York this
year for parents and hosts annual events
like Faculty Staff Appreciation Day and
Family Day & Festival of the Arts, and
the father-son committee holds tailgate
parties before the Baltimore schools
big basketball games.
We really want everyone to feel part
of the community, to feel welcome at
events and activities, she says.
Besides building a tighter-knit com-

munity, Tilley says being involved means


parents are more willing to share ideas
and concerns, and the school benefits
from that input. Romagnano agrees,
saying that she and other parents have
expressed opinions about proposed
changes to the hot lunch program and
the uniform requirements before decisions are made, contributing real-world
feedback from home.
While some parents might hesitate
to get involved for fear of embarrassing
their kids, Romagnano says her experience has been just the opposite. Her
volunteer roles have deepened her bond
with her kids, whether through mother-daughter events with lots of one-on-

We feel we play an
important role in the
school, but an added
bonus is we like doing
it and we like each other.
Shannon Priddy,
Parents Association President,
Bullis School

Parents at Notre Dame Preparatory in Towson cheer on their daughters at the schools annual Gym Meet. Photo courtesy of Notre Dame Preparatory School

one time, or just being on the scene for


the ups and downs in students lives
able to ask how a friend is doing after
losing a grandparent, for example.
The clubs open up opportunities between you and your child and gives you
those chances to connect, she says. It
really fosters that trust and faith that
you have between the parent and the
child. Its that open door; theres no
hidden agenda.

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Shadow Days shed light on student experience


BY GINA GALLUCCI-WHITE
Special to The Daily Record

Choosing the right private or independent school to help educate and


shape your child can be a daunting task.
For that reason, many local schools offer shadow days where prospective students have the chance to follow current
pupils to better understand a campuss
atmosphere and academics.
Shadow days help our prospective
students really experience a day in
the life of a Maryvale student. It helps
them understand us at a deeper level
and also lets us have those specific interactions to get to know the student
as a part of the bigger admissions process, said Gracie Smith, director of admissions and financial aid at Maryvale
Preparatory in Lutherville, a middle
and high school for girls.
Dates for shadow days vary by school,
but most occur between late September
and mid-December. Maryvale, which
likes to pair girls with current students
with similar interests, requires that
students register for shadow days.
WHAT ELSE CAN A STUDENT
DO TO PREPARE?

Come with an open mind, advised


Tony McCudden, director of enrollment
management at Sandy Spring Friends
School, a pre-K-12 coed Quaker school
in Montgomery County. But also do a
little research first and find out what it
means to be in a Quaker community.
Visiting students can expect to be fully engaged in the classroom, which has
surprised some students in the past. Its
shocking to some that adults want to interact with them right away, McCudden
said. But students will feel like they are
part of a class.
Prospective middle and upper school
students will spend about two-thirds of
the school day at Sandy Spring, attending classes, a community period, which
could include an assembly or meeting for worship, and finally an organic
lunch, which McCudden said is always
a good way to end the day.
Prospective students at Washington
Episcopal School, a preK-8 coed school
in Bethesda, will receive a call the night
before their shadow visit from a student

In some ways, I dont


necessarily like the term
shadow day. Shadow
means that you are silent
and following. Id rather it
be (named) student for
a day because we want
them to participate and
ask questions and to be
active in the inquisition
of the day.

John Feeley,
Director of Admissions,
Loyola Blakefield

On shadow days, visiting students can expect to be included in classroom activities, like this one at Mercy High School. Dont be nervous, admissions teams
advised. Instead, use this as a chance to see what the school is really like every day. Photo courtesy of Mercy High School

ambassador who will tell them about


the day ahead, answer any questions
and share what to wear.
Once the shadow day has arrived,
students should relax and enjoy. If the
schools a fit, it will be natural, Dana
Miller, director of marketing and communication, said.
We want students to leave saying
this is the best school day Ive ever
had, she said. To that end, the school
also will engage visiting students in the
day-to-day classroom activities. And
younger students are welcome to come
back for second visits, particularly if
they experienced separation anxiety at
their first visit.
STUDENT FOR A DAY

The Towson-based Loyola Blakefield, a middle and high school for


boys, sends out a brochure to interested families giving them questions and
suggestions to consider before and after a shadow day. One pointer encourages student participation.
In some ways, I dont necessarily like
the term shadow day, John Feeley, director of admissions, said. Shadow
means that you are silent and following. Id rather it be (named) student
for a day because we want them to participate and ask questions and to be active in the inquisition of the day.
Feeley encourages visitors to be attentive to atmosphere. How do the
students treat each other? Is it a welcoming, encouraging and uplifting
environment, or is it competitive? Do

Students share a lively class discussion at Archbishop Curley High School.


Photo courtesy of the school

students treat teachers with respect


and vice versa? Shadow days aim to
give an authentic experience to prospective students.
You can roll out the red carpet for
him and, metaphorically, you can shoot
off all kinds of fireworks and make sure
he has an ideal meal and dial it up for
him. But is that what he is going to experience here as a student? To me, (an
honest portrayal) is the most important thing, he said.
Most schools also offer additional
events allowing prospective students
the chance to come on campus. Loyola
encourages students to attend their
open house for the opportunity to ask

questions and see programs in action.


Its really an opportunity for families
to meet everyone within the school
community, Feeley said.
Likewise, Mornings at Maryvale
gives a glimpse of community homeroom, an event where the student
body, faculty and staff gather once
a week for prayer services and announcements with a short tour that
follows. They also offer different
workshops in a variety of areas such as
art and lacrosse and encourage folks to
attend their fall play.
All of these (events) help students
and parents get to know us better,
Smith said.

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Calvary Baptist Church Academy


407 Marley Station Road
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
410-768-5306
www.cbcaknights.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: Pre K 3 & 4 $145/week; K5-9 $4,998,
10-12 $5,600
Contact: John Bandy, administrator
calvary@cbcaknights.org
Chesapeake Montessori School
30 Old Mill Bottom Road North
Annapolis, MD 21409
410-757-4740
www.chesapeake-montessori.com
Ages: 18 months-8th grade
Tuition: $9,400 Half Day
$12,175 Full Day
Contact: Lynn Satterfield, admissions director

Upper school students at Baltimores Bryn Mawr School react in chemistry class. Photo courtesy of Bryn Mawr School

ALLEGANY COUNTY
Beginnings Montessori School
16 Howard St.
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 722-2220
www.beginningsmontessori.com
Grades: Preschool- Grade 6
(ages 2.5-12)
Tuition: $1,116.50-$3,806.26
Contact: Meagan Mason, Head of School
Bishop Walsh School
700 Bishop Walsh Road
Cumberland, MD 21502
301-724-5360
www.bishopwalsh.org
Grades: PK3-12
Tuition: $1,500-$6,850
Contact: Ty DeMartino,
director of admissions and communications
The Jefferson School at Finan Center
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with emotional disabilities, autism
spectrum disorders,
and other related disorders)
P.O. Box 1722
10100 Country Club Road, SE
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 777-2258
www.jeffersonatfinan.org
Ages: 5 to 21

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY


Aleph Bet Jewish Day School
1125 Spa Road
Annapolis, MD 21403

410-263-9044
www.alephbet.org
Grades: K-5
Tuition: K $11,600, 1-5 $13,100
Contact: Sarah White, head of school
info@alephbet.org
Annapolis Area Christian School Lower School
710 Ridgely Ave.
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-519-5300, ext. 2
www.aacsonline.org
Grades: Pre-K-5
Tuition: 4,340-$11,390
Contact: Heather Schulte, associate director, lower
school admissions communications@aacsonline.org
Annapolis Area Christian School Middle School
716 Bestgate Road
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-519-5300, ext. 3
www.aacsonline.org
Grades: 6-8
Tuition: $13,395
Contact: Jennifer Park, associate director, middle
school admissions, communications@aacsonline.org
Annapolis Area Christian School Severn Lower School
61 Gambrills Road
Severn, MD 21144
410-519-5300 ext. 1
www.aacsonline.org
Grades: K-5
Tuition: $10,059 - $11,390
Contact: Heather Schulte, associate director, lower
school admissions communications@aacsonline.org

Annapolis Area Christian School Upper School


109 Burns Crossing Road
Severn, MD 21144
410-519-5300, ext. 4
www.aacsonline.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $16,390
Contact: Mary Jane Murphy, associate director,
upper school admissions
communications@aacsonline.org
Archbishop Spalding High School
8080 New Cut Road
Severn, MD 21144
410-969-9105, ext. 232
www.archbishopspalding.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition & Fees $14,950
Contact: contact@spaldinghs.org
Arnold Christian Academy
365 Jones Station Road
Arnold, MD 21012
410-544-1882
www.arnoldchristianacademy.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $7,000
Book of Life Academy
913 Cedar Park Road
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-2600
www.bookoflifeacademy.com
Grades: Preschool-5
Tuition: $4,500-$6,500
Contact: Rebecca Lemus, assistant principal
bookoflife@verizon.net

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK WITH SCHOOLS TO CONFIRM TUITION RATES

Saint Andrews Day School

4B Wallace Manor Road Edgewater, Maryland 21037 www.standrewsum.org


410-266-0952

The Forbush School at Anne Arundel


Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder,
pervasive developmental disorder, and other related
disorders)
648 Old Mill Road
Millersville, MD 21108
(410) 729-9181
www.forbushatannearundel.org
Ages: 10 to 21
Contact: James Ferrell, program coordinator
jferrell-aa@sheppardpratt.org
Hannah More School
at Millersville Elementary School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder and
emotional disabilities)
1601 Millersville Road
Millersville, MD 21108
(410) 544-0900
www.sheppardpratt.org
Ages: 5 to 11
Contact: Dr. Leslie Kee,
principal/education director
Hannah More School at
Severna Park High School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder and
emotional disabilities)
60 Robinson Road
Severna Park, MD 21146
(410) 544-0900
www.sheppardpratt.org
Ages: 14 to 21
Contact: Dr. Leslie Kee,
principal/education director
Hannah More School at Severn River
Middle School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder and
emotional disabilities)
241 Peninsula Farm Road
Arnold, MD 21012
(410) 544-0900
www.sheppardpratt.org
Ages: 11 to 14
Contact: Dr. Leslie Kee,
principal/education director

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The Harbour School


(for students with learning disabilities, autism,
speech impairments and other disabilities)
1277 Green Holly Drive
Annapolis, MD 21409
410-974-4248
www.harbourschool.org
Grades: Ages 6-21
Contact: Amy Sherlock, program director
Indian Creek Lower and Middle Schools
680 Evergreen Road
Crownsville, MD 21032
410-923-3660
indiancreekschool.org
Grades: Pre K 3-12
Tuition: $8,005-$23,600
Contact: Melissa Haber, Director of Admission
Indian Creek Upper School School
1130 Anne Chambers Way
Crownsville, MD 21032
410-849-5151
indiancreekschool.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $25,975
Contact: Robin DePaolis,
Director of Admission, rdepaolis@indiancreekschool.org
The Key School
534 Hillsmere Drive
Annapolis, MD 21403
410-263-9231
www.keyschool.org
Grades: Pre-School
(2 years, 8 months) - 12
Tuition: $7,895-$26,985
Contact: Tom Rossini,
Director of Enrollment and Outreach

St. Jane Frances School


8513 St. Jane Drive
Pasadena, MD 21122
410-255-4750
www.stjaneschool.org
Grades: Pre-K(2)-8
Tuition: $8,013-$16,829
St. John the Evangelist School
Severna Park
669 Ritchie Highway
Severna Park, MD 21146
410-647-2283, ext. 2119
www.stjohnsp.org/school
Grades: PK4-8
Tuition: $4,455-$7,425
Contact: Dawn Sirinakis, Director of Advancement
St. Martins-in-the-Field
Episcopal School
375-A Benfield Road
Severna Park, MD 21146
410-647-7055
www.stmartinsmd.org
Grades: Age 3-Grade 8
Tuition: $2,800-$11,800
Contact: Jamey Hein, head of school
St. Martins Lutheran School
of Annapolis
1120 Spa Road
Annapolis, MD 21403
410-263-8016
www.stmartinsonline.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-Grade 8
Tuition: $4,115-$12,080
Contact: Carol Campbell, director of admissions

Lake Shore Christian Academy


860 Swift Road
Pasadena, MD 21122
410-437-3529
www.biblechurchoflakeshore.org
Grades: Pre-K(4)-12
Contact: Anthony Hall, principal

St. Marys Elementary School


111 Duke of Gloucester St.
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-2869
www.stmaryschurch.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $7,620-$8,760
Contact: Megan Back, director of admissions,
410-990-4135 or mback@stmarysannapolis.org

Monsignor Slade Catholic School


120 Dorsey Road
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
410-766-7130
www.msladeschool.com
Grades: Pre-K(2) -8
Tuition: $2,745-$7,576
Contact: Ms. J. Casey Buckstaff, Principal

St. Marys High School


113 Duke of Gloucester St.
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-3294
www.stmarysannapolis.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $12,450-$13,920
Contact: Tina Allen, director of admission

Montessori International
Childrens House
1641 N. Winchester Road
Annapolis, MD 21409
410-757-7789
www.montessoriinternational.org
Grades: Toddlers (2) - 6th grade (12)
Tuition: $8,500-$10,350
Contact: Elizabeth Whitaker,
administrative director

St. Pauls Lutheran Church School


308 Oak Manor Drive
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
410-766-5790
www.stpaulslutheranschoolgb.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $1,300-$6,60
Contact: info@stpaulsgb.org

Naval Academy Primary School


74 Greenbury Point Road
Annapolis, MD 21402
410-757-3090
napschool.com
Grades: Preschool-5
Contact: Lois Johnson, admissions director
Rockbridge Academy
911 Generals Highway
Millersville, MD 21108
410-923-1171
www.rockbridge.org
Grades: K-12
Tuition: $7,370 - $12,950
Contact: Julie Marsh, admissions director
Saint Andrews Day School
4B Wallace Manor Road
Edgewater, MD 21037
www.standrewsum.org
Pre-K 3s to 8th grade
Tuition: $4,730 - $11,475
Contact: Sue Meyer, Director of Admissions
St. Annes School of Annapolis
3112 Arundel on the Bay Road
Annapolis, MD 21403
410-263-8650
St.AnnesSchool.org
Grades: Annapolis Twos Preschool-8
Tuition: $7,780-$18,334
Contact: admissions@st.annesschool.org

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Contact: Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy
joan.mele-mccarthy@thesummitschool.org

BALTIMORE CITY
Archbishop Borders School
3500 Foster Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-276-6534
www.abbschool.com
Grades: Pre-K(3)-8
Tuition: $5,300
Contact: Alicia Freeman, principal
Archbishop Curley
High School
3701 Sinclair Lane
Baltimore, MD 21213
410-485-5000
www.archbishopcurley.org
Grades: 9-12, boys only
Tuition: $13,200
Contact: Nick Brownlee, admissions director
The Auburn School
Growing the social and academic potential of bright
students with social and communication challenges
Locations in Herndon, Va. (K-12); Silver Spring (K8); and Baltimore, MD(K-8)
www.theauburnschool.org
Tuition: $35,000
(scholarships available)
Contact: Lauren Anderson, Director of Admisisons
Baltimore Junior Academy
3006 W. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21215
410-542-6758
www.bjacademy.org
Grades: Pre-K (3)-10
Tuition: $5,080-$6,050
Contact: Tiffany Sewell, assistant
Baltimore Lab School
(for students with moderate to severe learning
disabilities and ADHD)
2220 St. Paul St.

Baltimore, MD 21218
410-261-5500
www.baltimorelabschool.org
Grades: 1-12
Contact: Annette Fallon, admissions director
Beth El at Federal Hill
1530 Battery Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230
bethelbalto.com/learning/children/beth-el-federal-hill
Ages 2 years to Pre-K
Contact: Ilene Vogelstein, Director
Bnos Yisroel of Baltimore
6300 Park Heights Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21215
443-524-3200
bnosyisroel.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $6,000-$11,000
Contact: Ahuvah Heyman, school director
Boys Latin School
of Maryland
822 W. Lake Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-377-5192
www.boyslatinmd.com
Grades: K-12, boys only
Tuition: $20,500-$27,375
Contact: Kathleen Berger, director of admissions,
lower school; James Currie, director of admissions,
middle school; Hunt Heffner, director of admissions,
upper school
The Bryn Mawr School
109 W. Melrose Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-323-8800
www.brynmawrschool.org
Grades: K-12, girls only;
preschool, co-ed
preschool, co-ed
K-12: $26,290 - $29,530
Preschool: $14,700 - $27,630
Contact: Rebekah Jackson (K-12);
Megan Brown (preschool)

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St. Philip Neri School


6401 S. Orchard Road
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090
410-859-1212
www.st.philip-neri.org
Grades: Pre-K(4)-8
Tuition: $5,990
Contact: Ms. Sue Wenzlick, Advancement Director
School of the Incarnation
2601 Symphony Lane
Gambrills, MD 21054
410-519-2285
www.schooloftheincarnation.org
Grades: Pre-K(4)-8
Tuition: $4,080-$7,550
Contact: Laura Pajerowski, Director of Development
Severn School
201 Water St.
Severna Park, MD 21146
410-647-7700
www.severnschool.com
Grades: Preschool-12
Tuition: Varies
Contact: Molly Green, director of admissions
m.green@severnschool.com
The Summit School
(for bright students with dyslexia
and other learning differences)
664 Central Avenue East
Edgewater, MD 21037
410-798-0005
www.thesummitschool.org
Grades: 1-8

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Calvert School
105 Tuscany Road
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-243-6054 ext. 106
www.calvertschoolmd.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $12,100-$24,500
Contact: Elizabeth Sutley, Admission Coordinator
Cardinal Shehan School
5407 Loch Raven Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21239
410-433-2775
www.cardinalshehanschool.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-8
Tuition: $5,200
Contact: Corinne Davidson, assistant principal
The Catholic High School
of Baltimore
2800 Edison Hwy.
Baltimore, MD 21213
410-732-6200
www.thecatholichighschool.org
Grades: 9-12, girls only
Contact: Angela Baulmer, director of enrollment
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
420 S. Chester St.
Baltimore, MD 21231
410-727-3255
www.cristoreybalt.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $575-$2,500
Contact: Patricia Hill
Friends School of Baltimore
5114 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-649-3211
www.friendsbalt.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $19,450 to $28,650
Contact: Amy Mortimer,
senior associate director for admission

September 2016

Primary & Secondary School Guide 2016


Gateway School
(for students with hearing loss, speech and language
difficulties; autism spectrum disorders and
development delays)
5900 Metro Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215
410-318-6780
www.hasa.org
Ages: 2-12
Contact: Jill Berie, educational director
Gilman School
5407 Roland Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-323-3800
www.gilman.edu
Grades: K-12, boys only
Tuition: $20,900 - $28,880
Contact: Danielle Moran, admissions
Good Shepherd School
(Therapeutic day school program for adolescents
experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties)
4100 Maple Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21227
410-247-2770
www.gssmaryland.org
Grades: 8-12
Contact: Terri Schindler, admissions director
The GreenMount School
501 W. 30th St.
Baltimore, MD 21211
410-235-6295
www.greenmountschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $10,500
Contact: Ashley Inman, admissions director
Holy Angels
Catholic School
1201 S. Caton Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21227
443-602-3200
www.hacschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $5,200
Contact: Kathleen Filippelli, principal

H.O.P.E. Academy
1808 Edison Hwy.
Baltimore, MD 21213
410-327-9020
hopeacademybaltimore.org
Grades: K-5
Tuition: $4,000
Contact: Yolanda Lambrith, principal
Institute of Notre Dame
901 Aisquith St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-522-7800
www.INDofMD.org
Grades: 9-12, girls only
Tuition: $13,990
Contact: Jeannie Kihn,
director of admissions
Kennedy Krieger School:
Fairmount Campus
(for students with a range of disabilities)
1750 E. Fairmount Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21231
443-923-4589
www.kennedykrieger.org
Grades: K-8
Contact: C. Brooke Shivers, director of admissions
Kennedy Krieger School:
LEAP Program
(Lifeskills and Education for Students with Autism
and other Pervasive Behavioral Challenges)
3825 Greenspring Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21211
443-923-4574
www.kennedykrieger.org
Grades: Ages 5-21
Contact: Rebecca Chaney, office of admissions
Krieger Schechter Day School
8100 Stevenson Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-824-2066
www.ksds.edu
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $17,500-$20,580
Contact: Ilene Wise, director of admission,
iwise@ksds.edu
Maryland School for the Blind
(Serving students who are blind or visually impaired
including those with multiple disabilities)
3501 Taylor Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21236
410-444-5000
www.marylandschoolfortheblind.org
Ages: Infants-21
Contact: Carol Bogue, director of education

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Mercy High School


1300 E. Northern Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21239
410-433-8880
www.mercyhighschool.com
Grades: 9-12, girls only
Tuition: $14,275
Contact: Mary Beth Lenon 85, President
Mother Seton Academy
2215 Greenmount Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-563-2833
www.MotherSetonAcademy.org
Grades: 6-8
Contact: Sr. Margaret Juskelis, SSND, president
Mount Saint Joseph
4403 Frederick Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21229
410-644-3300
www.msjnet.edu
Grades: 9-12, boys only
Tuition: $14,800
Contact: Marc Hoffman, director of admissions
Mount Zion Baptist
Christian School
2000 E. Belvedere Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21239
410-426-2309
Mzbcministries.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-12
Contact: Mrs. Crenshaw, Vice Principal
Peabody Preparatory
of The Johns Hopkins University
21 E. Mt. Vernon Place, First Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202
667-208-6640
www.peabody.jhu.edu/preparatory
Ages: Infants to adults

Roland Park Country School


5204 Roland Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-323-5500
www.rpcs.org
Grades: K-12, all girlsa; Preschool,
girls and boys
Tuition: $$12,325-$28,290
Contact: Kathleen Curtis, director of admissions
and enrollment management, CurtisKa@rpcs.org
The School of the Cathedral
of Mary Our Queen
111 Amberly Way
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-464-4100
www.schoolofthecathedral.org
Grades: K-8
Contact: Michael Wright, Principal
Seton Keough High School
1201 Caton Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21227
410-646-4444
www.setonkeough.com
Grades: 9-12, girls only
Tuition: $13,500-$17,500
Contact: Andrea Wills,
director of enrollment management
St. Casimir Catholic School
1035 S. Kenwood Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-342-2681
www.stcasimirschool.us
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $3,560-$5,730
Contact: Noreen Heffner, principal
St. Elizabeth School
For students challenged with intellectual, physical,
and/or emotional disabilities such as Autism, Down
Syndrome, and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
801 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-889-5054
www.stelizabeth-school.org
Ages: 6-21
Contact: Judy Malin, admissions director
St. Frances Academy
501 E. Chase St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-539-5794
www.sfacademy.org
Grades: 9-12
Contact: Robert Bowie III,
director of admissions and athletics
St. Francis of Assisi School
3617 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-467-1683
www.sfa-school.org
Grades: Pre-K for 2-to 4-year-olds, K-8
Tuition: $7,260 for non-parishioners;
$6,460 for parishioners
Contact: Carol Will,
director of admissions and student support
St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
300 E. Gittings St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
410-539-8268
www.saintignatius.org
Grades: 6-8, boys only
Contact: Teresa Scott, principal
St. Thomas Aquinas
3710 Roland Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21211
410-889-4618
www.stthomasaquinasschool.us
Grades: Pre-K(4)-8
Tuition: $6,130 (in parish)
$7,280 (out of Parish)
Contact: Nina Fox, Advancement Director
Waldorf School of Baltimore
4801 Tamarind Road
Baltimore, MD 21209
410-367-6808
waldorfschoolofbaltimore.org
Grades: Preschool- G8
Tuition: $8,120-$19,570
Contact: Lynn Bufano, Admissions
The Wilkes School
at Grace and St. Peters
707 Park Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-539-1395

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www.wilkesschool.org
Grades: PreK (Age 3)- Grade 5
Tuition: Pre-Kindergarden:$8,890,
Grades K-5 $14,600
Contact: Nancy DeBell, director of admissions
Woodbourne Center
(for emotionally disabled students)
1301 Woodbourne Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21239
410-433-1000
www.woodbourne.org
Grades: 6-12, boys only
Contact: Tom Fitzgerald, Director of Admissions

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Al-Rahmah School
6631 Johnnycake Road
Baltimore, MD 21244
410-719-0921
alrahmah.org
Grades: K-8 boys; K-12 Girls
Tuition: $550/Month $5,500
Contact: Donna Khan, program and office administrator
Apple Ridge Montessori School
200 Ingleside Ave.
Catonsville, MD 21228
410-818-2000
www.appleridgemontessori.org
Grades: Preschool-1
Tuition: $680-$950/month
Contact: Alice Cosco-Wallner, director
Apple Tree Childrens Center
221 Old Padonia Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
410-560-0611
www.appletreecenter.com
Grade: Infant-Kindergarten
Tuition: $1,150-$1,485/month
Contact: Kelly Campbell, director
Arlington Baptist School
3030 N. Rolling Road
Baltimore, MD 21244
410-655-9300
www.arlingtonbaptistschool.org
Grades: K(3)-12th grade
Tuition: $6,750
Contact: Elizabeth Elkins, administrative assistant
Bais Yaakov School for Girls
11111 Park Heights Avenue
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-363-3300
www.baisyaakov.net
Grades: Preschool-12, girls only
Contact: Sandy Nissel, MBA,
chief operating officer
Baltimore Actors Theatre Conservatory
The Dumbarton
300 Dumbarton Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
410-337-8519
www.baltimoreactorstheatre.org
Grades: K-12
Tuition: $12,000
Contact: Dr. Walter Anderson, headmaster
Concordia Prep School
1145 Concordia Drive
Towson, MD 21286
410-825-2323
www.baltimorelutheran.org
Grades: 6-12
Tuition: $9,750-$12,350
Contact: John Tucker, admissions director
Baltimore White Marsh
Adventist School
7427 Rossville Blvd.
Rosedale, MD 21237
Email: heather.hastick@gmail.com
410-663-1819
www.bwmschool.org
Grades: PreK-10 info@bwmschool.org
Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School
3300 Old Court Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-486-1905
www.bethtfiloh.com
Grades: Pre K (two year olds) -12
Tuition: $2300-$19,900
Contact: Laurie Kott,
director of admissions, mail@bethtfiloh.com

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Calvert Hall College High School
8102 La Salle Road
Baltimore, MD 21286
410-825-4266
www.calverthall.com
Grades: 9-12, boys only
Tuition: $14,950;
$23,250 for La Salle Program
McMullen Scholars Program, Brother Tom Miller
Honors Program, Leadership Institute
Contact: Mr. Charles Stembler 83, principal
bengelc@calverthall.com
Cambridge School
110 Sudbrook Lane
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-486-8792
www.cambridgeschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $8,415-$11,475
Contact: Debbie Martinez,
Director of Marketing & Communications
Emmanuel Lutheran School
929 Ingleside Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21228
410-744-0015
www.elsbaltimore.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $8,250-$8,750
Contact: Susan Miller, principal
The Forbush School at Glyndon
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with complex emotional,
behavioral, and intellectual disabilities, including
autism spectrum disorder)
407 Central Avenue
Reisterstown, MD 21136
(410) 517-5400
www.forbushatglyndon.org
Ages: 2 to 21
Contact: kourand@sheppardpratt.org
The Forbush School at Hunt Valley
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with complex intellectual and
behavioral disabilities, including autism spectrum
disorder)
11201 Pepper Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21031
(410) 527-9505
www.forbushathuntvalley.org
Ages: 5 to 21
Contact: tyearick@sheppardpratt.org
Garrison Forest School
300 Garrison Forest Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-559-3110
www.gfs.org
Grades: 2s-12, day; 8-12, boarding;
co-ed preschool; girls only, K-12
Tuition:$1,475-$55,640
Contact: Alison Greer, Director of Admissions

The Jemicy School Upper School


(Educates students with dyslexia or other related
language-based learning differences)
11202 Garrison Forest Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-653-2700
www.jemicyschool.org
Grades: 9-12 and Upper School
Prep Program
Tuition: $34,435
Contact: Patricia Utz, director of enrollment
management/financial aid

www.theimmaculate.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $2,247-$8,400
Contact: Madaline Meaney, principal
Immaculate Heart of Mary
8501 Loch Raven Blvd.
Towson, MD 21286
410-668-8466
www.ihmschoolmd.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-8
Tuition: $2,930-$6,980
Contact: Amy Conly, director of admissions
Israel Henry Beren High School
400 Mt. Wilson Lane
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-484-7200
Grades: 9-12
Contact: Rabbi Simcha Cook
The Jemicy School
Lower & Middle School
(Educates students with dyslexia or other related
language-based learning differences)
11 Celadon Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-653-2700
www.jemicyschool.org
Grades: 1-8
Tuition: $33,045
Contact: Patricia Utz, director of enrollment
management/financial aid

John Paul Regional Catholic School


6946 Dogwood Road
Woodlawn, MD 21244
410-944-0367
www.jprcs.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $6,675
Contact: Joanne Callahan, principal
Kennedy Krieger High School Career
and Technology Program
(for students with a range of disabilities)
3825 Greenspring Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21211
443-923-7800
www.kennedykrieger.org
Ages: 14-21
Contact: Patrick Seay, director of admissions

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Greenspring Montessori School


10807 Tony Drive
Lutherville, MD 21093
410-321-8555
www.greenspringmontessori.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $7,190 to $25,000
Contact: Stephen Abrams, director of admission
Hannah More School at Millersville
Elementary School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder and
emotional disabilities)
1601 Millersville Road
Millersville, MD 21108
(410) 544-0900
www.hannahmoreatmillersville.org
Ages: 5 to 11
Contact: Dr. Leslie Kee, principal/education
director, lkee@hannahmore.org
The Harbour School
(for students with learning disabilities, autism,
speech impairments and other disabilities)
11251 Dolfield Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
443-394-3760
www.harbourschool.org
Grades: Ages 6-21
Contact: Martha Schneider, program director
Immaculate Conception School
112 Ware Ave.
Towson, MD 21204
410-427-4800

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Krieger Schechter Day School


8100 Stevenson Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-824-2066
www.ksds.edu
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $17,500-$20,580
Contact: Ilene Wise, director of admission

443-544-7020
www.mcdonogh.org
Grades: PK-12
Enrollment: 1,350
Tuition: $16,060-$28,960;
$38,920, full-year boarding
Contact: Steve Birdsall, director of admissions and
director of financial aid sbirdsall@mcdonough.org

Lamb of God School


1810 Fairview Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21227
410-242-4100
www.lambofgodschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $3,975- $7,620
Contact: Diane Felts, office manager;
office@lambofgodschool.org

Montessori Manor
3526 Sweet Air Road
Phoenix, MD 21131
410-683-1771
www.montessorimanor.com
Grades: Age 2-fifth grade
Tuition: $2,950-$9,450
Contact: Cheri Isles, Administrator/Directress

Liberty Christian School


11303 Liberty Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-655-5527
www.libertychristianschoolmd.com
Grades: pre-K (4) - 8
Tuition: $5,235-$8,675
Contact: Monica Gicking
Loyola Blakefield
500 Chestnut Ave.
Towson, MD 21204
410-823-0601
www.loyolablakefield.org
Grades: 6-12, boys only
Tuition: $19,700
Contact: John Feeley
Maryvale Preparatory School
11300 Falls Road
Lutherville, MD 21093
www.maryvale.com
Grades: 6-12, girls only
Tuition: $18,550
Contact: Gracie Smith, director of admissions
McDonogh School
8600 McDonogh Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117

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Mount de Sales Academy


700 Academy Road
Catonsville, MD 21228
410.744.8498
www.mountdesales.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $13,600
Contact: Emily Ko, admissions director
Mount Pleasant Christian School
6000 Radecke Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21206
410-325-3080
www.mpcsonline.org
Grades: K(4)-8
Tuition: $5,550-$5,750
Contact: Dr. Brenda Pitts Haynes, director
Notre Dame Preparatory School
815 Hampton Lane
Towson, MD 21286
410-825-6202
www.notredameprep.com
Grades: 6-12, girls only
Enrollment: Grades 6-12, 800
Tuition: $18,790
Contact: Maureen Sack Cannon,
director of admissions

The Odyssey School


(for dyslexia and language learning differences)
3257 Bridle Ridge Lane
Stevenson, MD 21153
410-580-5551
www.theodysseyschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $31,000
Contact: Adrianne Cusick,
director of admissions; acusick@theodysseyschool.org
Oldfields School
1500 Glencoe Road
Sparks Glencoe, MD 21152
410-472-4800
www.OldfieldsSchool.org
Grades: 8-12, girls only
Tuition: $31,000, day;
$54,645, boarding (seven-day);
Contact: Allison Letourneau, director of admission
Open Bible Christian Academy
13 Open Bible Way
Kingsville, MD 21087
410-593-9940
www.openbiblechristianacademy.org
Grades: PreK3-12
Tuition: $1,973-$6,632
Contact: Jill Greenlee, Administrator
Our Lady of Grace School
18310 Middletown Road
Parkton, MD 21120
410-329-6956
www.olgs.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $2,965-$7,795
Contact: John DAdamo, principal
Our Lady of Hope St. Luke School
8003 N. Boundary Road
Dundalk, MD 21222
410-288-2793
www.olhsl.com
Grades: Pre-K-8
Enrollment: 200
Tuition: $3,140-$12,961
Contact: Sister Irene Pryle, principal
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
1704 Old Eastern Avenue
Baltimore MD, 21221
410-238-1172
www.olmcmd.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $2,100 to $12,800
Contact: Mark Concordia, Admissions Office
Our Lady of Victory
Catholic School
4416 Wilkens Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21229
410-242-3688
www.olvictory.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $5,625-$6,790
Contact: Lois Gorman, principal
The Park School of Baltimore
2425 Old Court Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-339-4130
www.parkschool.net
Grades: K1 (Age 4) - Grade 12
Tuition: $16,395 - $29,620
Contact: Ruthie Sachs Kalvar 85, director of
admission, admissionteam@parkschool.net
Pauline Mash School for Early
Childhood Education
8101 Park Heights Avenue
Pikesville, Maryland 21208
410-602-2245
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Ages infants through Pre-K
Contact: Mandy Barish, Director
mandy@bethelbalto.com
Perry Hall Christian School
3919 Schroeder Ave.
Perry Hall, MD 21128
410-256-4886
www.phcsweb.org
Grades: Preschool-12
Tuition: $2,225-$7,746
Contact: Stephen Taylor, PHCS Head of School
Redeemer Classical Christian School
6415 Mt. Vista Road
Kingsville, MD 21087

410-592-9625
www.rccs.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-12
Enrollment: 260
Tuition: $2,530-$9,000
Contact: Pamela Doyle,
director of admissions and guidance
Relay Childrens Center
1620 S. Rolling Road
Baltimore, MD 21227
410-247-2811
www.relaychildrenscenter.com
Grades: Preschool-7
Contact: Elizabeth Vinton, director
relay3@comcast.net
Sacred Heart School
63 Sacred Heart Lane
Glyndon, MD 21071
410-833-0857
www.shgschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $3,000 - $8,495
(discounted parishioner rates available)
Contact: Kris Roeder, Director of Advancement
Sisters Academy of Baltimore
139 First Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21227
410-242-1212
sistersacademy.org
Grades: 5-8, girls only
Contact: Sister Delia Dowling, president
ddowling@sistersacademy.org
St. Agnes School
603 St. Agnes Lane
Catonsville, MD 21229
410-747-4070
www.stagnesschool.net
Grades: Preschool 3 -8
Tuition: $3,300 - $6,950
Contact: Julia Rogers, Principal
St. Clement Mary Hofbauer
1216 Chesaco Ave.
Rosedale, MD 21237
410-686-3316
www.stclemmh.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $2,835-$5,670
Contact: Mary Bellone, school secretary
office@stclemmh.org
St. James Academy
3100 Monkton Road
Monkton, MD 21111
410-329-3292
www.saintjamesacademy.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $10,850-$17,2500.
Contact: Dianne Fowler,
director of admission & Dean of Students
St. Joseph School
105 Church Lane
Cockeysville, MD 21030
410-683-0600 option 3
www.sjpmd.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $7,500
Contact: Mrs. Maggie Dates, Principal
mdates@sjpmd.org
St. Joseph School, Fullerton
8416 Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21236
410-256-8026
www.stjoeschool.org
Grades: Pre-K (4 year olds) - Grade 8
Tuition: $2,295 - $6,800
Contact: Phyllis Karko (principal)
Contact for prospective parents: Paula Beres
St. Mark School
26 Melvin Ave.
Catonsville, MD 21228
410-744-6560
www.stmark-school.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $6,812-$8,312, K-8;
$134-$190/monthly for preschool
Contact: Mary Morrison, admissions director
mmorrison1@stmark-school.org
St. Michael the Archangel School
10 Willow Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21206
410-668-8797
www.stmichaelsoverlea.org
Grades: Part-Time Preschool,

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Full-Time PreK 3 8
Tuition: $1,500 - $6,150
Contact: Corinna Sibiski, Advancement Director
Corinna.sibiski@smoverlea.org
St. Paul Lutheran School
2001 Old Frederick Road
Catonsville, MD 21228
410-747-1924
www.stpaulcatonsville.org
Grades: Pre 2-4, K-5
Tuition: $2,850-$5,950
Contact: Ron Scherch, principal
stpaulcatonsville@hotmail.com
St. Pauls Lutheran School
12022 Jerusalem Road
Kingsville, MD 21087
410-592-8100
stpaulseagles.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-5
Tuition: $6,248, K-5; $278-788 monthly, preschool
Contact: Wendell Robson, principal
wrobson@stpaulskingsville.org
St. Pauls School
11152 Falls Road
Brooklandville, MD 21022
410-825-4400
www.stpaulsschool.org
Grades: K-4, coed; 5-12, boys only
Tuition: $19,975-$26,700
Contact: Peter Hawley, director of admissions
St. Pauls School for Girls
P.O. Box 8000
11232 Falls Road
Brooklandville, MD 21022
443-632-1082
www.spsfg.org
Grades: 5-12, girls
Tuition: $25,275 (Grades 5-8);
$27,635 (Grades 9-12)
Contact: Annie Smallwood Morse 95,
director of admissions
St. Peters Christian Day School
7910 Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21236
410-665-4521
www.st-peterslutheran.com
Grades Pre-K - 5th Grade
Tuition $5,190
Contact: Carole Hengen, Principal
st.peter-tmp@comcast.net
St. Pius X School
6432 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
410-427-7400
stpius10school.org
Grades: PK 3-5 Primary Montessori;
Grades 1-3 Elementary Montessori;
Grades 4-8 Traditional Education
Tuition: $6,390-$8,910
Contact: Jennifer Ripley, principal

Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $2,016-$6,146
Contact: Ginni Zachmeier
St. Timothys School
8400 Greenspring Ave.
Stevenson, MD 21153
410-486-7401
www.stt.org
Grades: 9-12, girls only
Tuition: $30,800 day; $53,900 boarding
Contact: Cameron Steese, director of admissions,
csteese@stt.org
St. Ursula School
8900 Harford Road
Parkville, MD 21234
410-665-3533
www.stursula.org
Grades: Pre-K(4)-8
Tuition: $5,050-$6,075
Contact: Deborah Glinoweicki, principal
Talmudical Academy of Baltimore
4445 Old Court Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-484-6600
www.talmudicalacademy.org
Grades: Preschool-12, boys only
Contact: TA@talmudicalacademy.org
The Trellis School
(for students with federal handicapping code of
autism or speech/language impairment)
14550 York Road
Sparks, MD 21152
410-785-3845
www.trellisservices.com
Grades: Nursery (2-4), K-8
Contact: Diana Campitelli, Executive Director
Willow Park Academy
2912-14 N. Rolling Road
Baltimore, MD 21244
410-277-9354
www.willowparkacademyschools.com
Grades: Infant-Grade 5
Youth in Transition School
(for students with emotional disturbance, mental
retardation or autism)
7130 Rutherford Road
Baltimore, MD 21244
410-944-9994
www.ncianet.org
Ages: 11-21

CALVERT COUNTY
The Calverton School
300 Calverton School Road
Huntingtown, MD 20639
410-535-0216
www.calvertonschool.org
Grades: Preschool-12
Tuition: $6,200-$20,250
Contact: Amy Brady

St. Stephen School


8028 Bradshaw Road
Kingsville, MD 21087
410-592-7617
www.ssschool.org

The Tidewater School


120 Cox Road
Huntingtown, MD 20639

At their Butterfly Parade, Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School kindergarten students released the
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Dahan Community School

410-257-0533
www.thetidewaterschool.org
Grades: Preschool-5
Tuition: $7,950-$13,000
Contact: Nancy Libertini, Founder

www.montessorischoolofwestminster.org
Ages: 2-15
Tuition: $3,600-$10,600
Contact: Suzanne Radcliffe, registrar
North Carroll Community School
75 Lamb Drive
Westminster, MD 21158
410-386-0655
www.nccschool.info
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $7,270-$7,920
Contact: Sharon Evans, Administrative Assistant

CARROLL COUNTY
Carroll Lutheran School
1738 Old Taneytown Road
Westminster, MD 21158
410-848-1050
www.carrolllutheranschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $6,300-$6,800

St. Stephens Classical


Christian Academy
2275 Liberty Road
Eldersburg, MD 21784
410-795-1249
ststephensclassical.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $2,150-$5,250
Contact: John Dykes, headmaster

Faith Christian School


30 N. Cranberry Road
Westminster, MD 21157
410-848-8875
www.faith-christian-school.com
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $2,100-$6,150
Contact: Dr. Susanna Oliver
Gerstell Academy
2500 Old Westminster Pike
Finksburg, MD 21048
410-861-4400
www.gerstell.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $10,500-$20,291
Contact: Mary Louque, director of admissions
The Montessori School of Westminster
1055 Montessori Drive
Westminster, MD 21158
410-848-6283

CECIL COUNTY
The Elijah School
c/o Moores Chapel
392 Blake Rd
Elkton, MD 21921
410-658-2244
www.elijahschool.com
Grades: 6-12
Tuition: $12,000
Contact: Richard Starr, head of school rstarr.
elijahschool@gmail.com

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Mount Aviat Academy


399 Childs Road
Childs, MD 21916
410-398-2206
www.mountaviat.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $5,475
Contact: Charlene Nichols, Advancement Director
The Tome School
581 S. Maryland Ave.
North East, MD 21901
410-287-2050
www.tomeschool.org
Grades: K-12
Tuition: $7500
Contact: Christine Szymanski, head of school
West Nottingham Academy
1079 Firetower Road
Colora, MD 21917
410-658-5556
www.wna.org
Grades: 9-12, co-ed
Enrollment: 130
Tuition: $18,200, day; $48,500, boarding
Contact: Nancy Nolan,
Director of Enrollment Management

CHARLES COUNTY
Annies Early Learning Center
6420 Trust Place, Route 231
Hughesville, MD 20637
301-274-9500
www.annieselc.net
Ages: 6 weeks-12
Contact: Cherie Nelson, Director
The Beddow School
(high school listing:
see Prince Georges County)
6008 Hampshire Circle
Waldorf, MD 20603
301-870-8660
www.thebeddowschool.org
Ages: Preschool-6
Tuition: $7,890-$10,865
Contact: Trudy Beddow, Director
Grace Christian Academy of Maryland
13000 Zekiah Drive
Waldorf, MD 20601
301-645-0406
www.graceknights.org
Grades: PK3-12
Tuition: $2,949-$9,218
Contact: Stacie Buhl, admissions director,
stacie.buhl@graceknights.org Tracey Berry, registrar,
tracey.berry@graceknights.org

FREDERICK COUNTY
The Banner School
1730 N. Market St.
Frederick, MD 21701
301-695-9320
www.bannerschool.org
Grades: Preschool-8

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Tuition: $10,340
Contact: Gail Dobay, Interim Head of School
Friends Meeting School
3232 Green Valley Road
Ijamsville, MD 21754
301-798-0288
www.friendsmeetingschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-12th grade (all grades)
Tuition: $7,000-$18,000
Contact: Trey Harris,
Admissions and Outreach Director
The Jefferson School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with severe emotional and
behavioral disabilities)
2940 Point of Rocks Road
Jefferson, MD 21755
(240) 315-0200
www.sheppardpratt.org
Ages: 12 to 21
Contact: Maureen McGuire, director,
mmcguire@thejeffersonschool.org
Lucy School
9117 Frostown Road
Middletown, MD 21769
301-293-1163
www.lucyschool.com
Grades: Preschool-Grade 8
Tuition: $4,700-$10,100
Mother Seton
Catholic School
100 Creamery Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
301-447-3161
www.mothersetonschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $2,950 - $4,690
Contact: Sr. JoAnne Goecke, DC
St. John Regional Catholic School
8414 Opossumtown Pike
Frederick, MD 21702
301-662-6722
www.sjrcs.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-8
Tuition: $2,520-$8,150
Contact: Karen OBoyle
Saint Johns Catholic Prep
3989 Buckeystown Pike
P.O. Box 909
Buckeystown, MD 21717
301-662-4210
www.saintjohnsprep.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $15,785
Contact: Michael Schultz,
director of enrollment management
mschultz@saintjohnsprep.org
St. Thomas More Academy
103 Prospect St.
Middletown, MD 21769
240-490-5479
www.stmamd.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Trinity School of Frederick
6040 New Design Road

Frederick, MD 21703
301-228-2333
www.trinityschooloffrederick.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $7,000 - $12,850
Contact: Jim James, Head of School

410 879-2480 x 2062


www.johncarroll.org
Grades: 9-12
Enrollment: 700
Tuition: $16,500
Contact: Ed Maynard, director of enrollment,
emaynard@johncarroll.org

HARFORD COUNTY

Monarch Montessori
6 Asbury Road
Churchville, MD 21028
www.monarchmontessorischool.net
Ages: 2 6, including Kindergarten
Tuition -- $150.00 - $6,800.00
Contact: Mary Ellen Kelly

Bel Air North Montessori School


2529 Conowingo Road
Bel Air, MD 21015
410-836-0833
www.bmontessori.org
Grades: 18 months-kindergarten
Tuition: $3,500-$5,500 (Ages 2-6)
$7,100 (Ages 6-12)
Contact: Caryn Koppenhoefer
Bel Forest Christian Academy
603 Vale Road
Bel Air, MD 21014
410-838-6074
www.bfchristianacademy.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $1,800-$5,225
Contact: William Rivers
Harford Christian School
1736 Whiteford Road
P.O. Box 88
Darlington, MD 21034
410-457-5103
www.harfordchristian.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $2,200 - $7,900
Contact: Bryan Wilson, principal
Harford Day School
715 Moores Mill Road
Bel Air, MD 21014
410-809-2403
www.harfordday.org
Enrollment: 285
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $8,500-$16,000
Contact: Diane Russell, director of admissions
Friends School of Harford
2230 Rock Spring Road
Forest Hill, MD 21050
443-640-6300
www.fshmd.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $7,500-$9,500
Contact: Idenna H. Russell, Head of School
The Highlands School
(for dyslexia, attention-deficit and
language-based learning differences)
2409 Creswell Road
Bel Air, MD 21015
410-836-1415
www.hsmd.org
Grades: K-10
Tuition: $18,750-$23,950
Contact: Suzanne Lippa, admissions director
The John Carroll School
703 E. Churchville Road
Bel Air, MD 21014

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK WITH SCHOOLS TO CONFIRM TUITION RATES

New Covenant Christian School


Grammar School Pre-K-6
128 St. Marys Church Road
Abingdon, MD 21009
443-512-0771
Upper School Campus Grades 7-12
1515 Emmorton Road
Bel Air, MD 21014
410-420-7727
www.NewCovenantChristianSchool.org
Tuition: $1,700-$7,800
Contact: Kathy Heeter
Kathy.heeter@ncpres.org
St. Joan of Arc School
230 S. Law St.
Aberdeen, MD 21001
410-272-1387
www.school.stjoanarc.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $5,675-$7,075,
sibling discount available
Contact: Virginia Bahr, principal
Saint Margaret School Elementary
205 Hickory Ave.
Bel Air, MD 21014
410-879-1113
www.smsch.org
Grades: Pre-K-5
Tuition: Pre-K, $1900-4400; K-8, $5,900
Contact: Cecilia Pleiss cpleiss@smsch.org
Saint Margaret School Middle
1716A Churchville Road
Bel Air, MD 21015
410-877-9660
www.smsch.org
Grades: 6-8
Tuition: $5,900
Contact: Cecilia Pleiss cpleiss@smsch.org
Trinity Lutheran Christian School &
Early Learning Center
1100 Philadelphia Road
Joppa, MD 21085
410-679-4000, ext. 185
www.tlsonline.org
Grades: Age 2-Grade 8
Tuition: $7,000 - $8,500;
financial aid available
Contact: Pastor John H.S. Austin, Headmaster

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HOWARD COUNTY

Tuition: $19,500
Contact: Cheryl Stradling, head of school

Bethel Christian Academy


Preschool & Lower
8455 Savage Guilford Road
Savage, MD 20763
301-725-4673
www.bethelchristianacademy.com
Grades: Pre-K-4
Tuition: $7,450
Contact: Patti Wecker, director of enrollment

Glenwood Country
Day School Preschool
14785 Bushy Park Road
Woodbine, MD 21797
410-489-5203
www.glenwoodcountrydayschool.com
Grades: Preschool (2)-K
Tuition: $7,140-$9,700

Bethel Christian Academy


Middle
9001 Vollmerhausen Road
Jessup, MD 20794
301-490-7451
www.bethelchristianacademy.com
Grades: 6-8
Tuition: $7,650
Contact: Patti Wecker, director of enrollment
Bright Stars Learning Academy
5890 Cedar Lane
Columbia, MD 21044
410-730-5234
www.brightstarslearningacademy.com
Grades: Ages 2-4
Tuition: $190 to $290 weekly

The Julia Brown Montessori Schools


(multiple area locations)
9450 Madison Ave.
Laurel, MD 20723
301-498-0604
www.juliabrownmontessorischools.com
Grades: Toddlers-3

Brookfield Christian School


(multiple locations)
11830-A West Market Place
Fulton, MD 20759
301-362-3580
www.brookfieldchristianschool.com
Grades: Preschool
Chapelgate Christian Academy
2600 Marriottsville Road
Marriottsville, MD 21104
410-442-5888
www.chapelgateacademy.org
Grades: 6-12
Tuition: $8,590 to $12,660
Contact: Lin Cassell, Director of Admissions

Mount Airy Christian Academy


16700 Old Frederick Road
Mt. Airy, MD 21771
410-489-4321
Grades: PreK-12
www.macamd.org
Tuition: $1,420-$7,980
Contact: Vicky Webster, head of school

Childrens Manor Montessori School


(multiple area locations)
4465 Montgomery Road
Ellicott City, MD 21043
410-461-6070
www.CMMSchool.com
Grades: Preschool- Grade 5

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School


4801 Ilchester Road
Ellicott City, MD 21043
410-744-4251
www.olphschool.org
Grades: Pre-K4-8
Tuition: $6,950 (Pre-K4-8);
$3,100-4,650 (half-day Pre-K4)
Contact: Victor Pellechia, principal

10508 Marble Faun Court


Columbia, MD 21044
410-772-8353
www.columbiamontessori.com
Grades: Preschool-1
Tuition: $6,127.50-$9,975
Contact: Maria Garcia, Owner/Administrator
Cornerstone Academy
(For children diagnosed with learning differences)
17455 Old Frederick Road
Mt. Airy, MD 21771
410-489-5775
www.cornerstone-academy.org
Grades: 6-12
Tuition: $17,301-$18,375
Contact: Martha Zeher, principal
Glenelg Country School
12793 Folly Quarter Road
Ellicott City, MD 21042
410-531-8600
www.glenelg.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-12
Tuition: $17,500-$27,700
Contact: Karen Wootton, director of admission
Glenwood Academy
Elementary and Middle
16151 Old Frederick Road
Mount Airy, MD 21771
www.glenwoodacademy.com
410-489-6959
Grades: Pre-1st-9

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High Road Academy


(for students with learning disabilities)
9705 Washington Blvd.
Laurel, MD 20723
301-483-8605
www.highroadacademy.net
Grades: 3-12
Contact: Matt Cooper, Educational Director

Love of Learning Montessori School


9151 Rumsey Road
Columbia, MD 21045
410-715-9600
www.lolms.com
Grades: Infant-6
Enrollment: 175
Tuition: $10,000-$19,000
Contact: Awilda Torres, Head of School

Columbia Academy Elementary


and Middle School
(multiple area locations)
10350 Old Columbia Road
Columbia, MD 21046
410-312-7413
www.columbiaacademy.com
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $9,170-$10,420
Contact: Mark Etzel, Administrative Head
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Resurrection-St. Paul School


3155 Paulskirk Drive
Ellicott City, MD 21042
410-461-9111, ext. 241
www.resstpaul.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Enrollment: 507
Tuition: $4,230-$10,210
Contact: Karen Murphy, principal
St. Augustine School
5990 Old Washington Road
Elkridge, MD 21075
410-796-3040
www.staug-md.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Enrollment: 280
Tuition: $6,100 (in parish) $7,000 (out of parish),
K-8; $2,250-$6,100, preschool
Contact: Patricia Schratz, principal
St. Johns Parish Day School
9130 Frederick Road
Ellicott City, MD 21042
410-465-7644
www.stjohnspds.org
Grades: Age 3 - Grade 5
Tuition: $2,870-$10,910
Contact: Nadine Marks, admissions director
Trinity School
4985 Ilchester Road
Ellicott City, MD 21043
410-744-1524
www.trinityschoolmd.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $3,925-$13,440
Contact: Catherine Phelps, principal

In Russian class at Friends School of Baltimore, eighth grade students research a famous Russian
landmarks history, perform a song or rap about the site and then create a costume, reinterpreting the
monuments structural elements in a wearable art form. Photo courtesy of Friends School of Baltimore

KENT COUNTY
Kent School
6788 Wilkins Lane
Chestertown, MD 21620
410-778-4100
www.kentschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Contact: Tricia Cammerzell tcamerzell@kentschool.org
The Radcliffe Creek School
201 Talbot Blvd.
Chestertown, MD 21620
410-778-8150
www.radcliffecreekschool.org
Grades:PreK-8
Tuition: $16,500-$25,730
Contact: Molly Judge
mjudge@radclifeecreekschool.org

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Berman Hebrew Academy


13300 Arctic Ave.
Rockville, MD 20853
301-962-9400
www.mjbha.org
Grades: PreK-12
Tuition: $15,310-$22,375
Contact: Elana Stein, admissions director

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Academy of the Holy Cross


4920 Strathmore Ave.
Kensington, MD 20895
301-942-2100
www.ahctartans.org
Grades: 9-12, girls only
Tuition: $22,425
Contact: Louise Hendon, director of admissions
The Avalon School
200 W. Diamond Ave.
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
301-963-8022
www.avalonschools.org
Grades: 1-12, boys only; half-day and
full day co-ed kindergarten
Tuition: $4,000 to $15,000
Contact: Caleb Glaser, director of admission
The Barnesville School
21830 Peach Tree Road
Barnesville, MD 20838
301-972-0341
www.barnesvilleschool.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $5,620-$20,220
Contact: Debbie Don, assistant director of
admissions and advancement
Barrie School
13500 Layhill Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
301-576-2800
www.barrie.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $16,500 to $31,450
Contact: Ingrid Yuryev, director of admission

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Gaithersburg, MD 20877
(301) 330-4359
www.forushataoakmontupper.org
Ages: 12 to 21
The Frost School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder,
emotional and behavioral disabilities, and other
related disorders)
4915 Aspen Hill Road
Rockville, MD 20853-3700
(301) 933-3451
www.frostschool.org
Ages: 5 to 21
Georgetown Hill
Early Childhood Center
(multiple area locations)
8311 Bells Mill Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-299-7360
www.georgetownhill.com
Grades: Preschool-2
Contact: businessoffice@georgetownhill.com
Georgetown Preparatory School
10900 Rockville Pike
North Bethesda, MD 20852
301-214-1215
www.gprep.org
Grades: 9-12, boys only
Tuition: $34,245 day; $58,445 boarding
Contact: Brett Graham, director of admissions,
bgraham@gprep.org
German School Washington, D.C.
8617 Chateau Drive
Potomac, MD 20854
301-365-4400
www.dswashington.org
Grades: Preschool-12
Tuition: $11,530-$20,135
Contact: Sean Gaetjen, Admissions Coordinator
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Brookewood School
10401 Armory Ave.
Kensington, MD 20895
301-949-7997
www.brookewood.org
Grades: 1-12, girls only
Tuition: $8,000 (+$250 Materials/Fees) Grades
1-2; $11,700 (+$250 Materials/Fees) grades 3,4,5;
$13,150 (+$250 Materials/Fees) grades 6-8; $14,000
(+$250 Materials/Fees), grades 9-12
Contact: Helen Williams hwilliams@brookewood.org
Bullis School
10601 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-299-8500
www.bullis.org
Grades: 2-12
Tuition: $35,731-$39,669
Contact: Tim Simpson, assistant head of school,
director of admission and financial aid
Butler Montessori
15951 Germantown Road
Darnestown, MD 20874
301-977-6600
www.butlerschool.org
Grades: 18 Months-8th Grade
Tuition: $7,300-$17,800
Contact: Amy DElia, Director of Admissions
Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
Lower School
1901 E. Jefferson St.
Rockville, MD 20852
301-881-1400
www.cesjds.org
Grades: K-6
Tuition: $24,810
Contact: Pamela Shrock, Director of Admissions
Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
Upper School
11710 Hunters Lane
Rockville, MD 20852
301-881-1404
www.cesjds.org
Grades: 7-12
Tuition: $31,820
Contact: Mariam Stein, Director of Admissions
Christ Episcopal School
22 West Jefferson St.
Rockville, MD 20850

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301-424-6550
www.CESrockville.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $4,575-$18,896
Contact: Janet Gerber, Director of Admissions
Concord Hill School
6050 Wisconsin Ave.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
301-654-2626
www.concordhill.org
Grades: Preschool-3
Enrollment: 100
Tuition: $16,600 - $25,585
Contact: Susan Arzt

Grace Episcopal Day School


9411 Connecticut Ave.
Kensington, MD 20895
301-949-5860
www.geds.org
Grades: age 3-5th grade
Tuition: $12,500-$23,700
Contact: Karen OConnor-Floman,
director of admission
Green Acres School
11701 Danville Drive
North Bethesda, MD 20852
301-881-4100
www.greenacres.org
Grades: 3 years old-grade 8
Tuition: $17,700-$35,270
Contact: Trevor Waddington

Connelly School of the Holy Child


9029 Bradley Blvd.
Potomac, MD 20854
301-365-0955
www.holychild.org
Grades: 6-12, girls only
Tuition: $27,250-$30,600
Contact: Meghan Cross, Admissions Director

The Harbor School


7701 Bradley Blvd.
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-365-1100
www.theharborschool.org
Grades: Pre-K(3)-Grade 2
Tuition: $11,750-$22,590
Contact: Maureen Forage, assistant head of school

The Diener School


(for students with learning disabilities, language and
sensory processing disorders, attention challenges,
executive functioning issues and social pragmatic delays)
11510 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-299-4602
www.TheDienerSchool.org
Grades: K-6
Contact: Kathy Chumas,
Director of Admissions and Therapeutic Services

The Heights School


10400 Seven Locks Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-365-4300
www.heights.edu
Grades: 3-12
Tuition: $19,170-$25,765
Contact: Rich Moss, Director of Admissions

Evergreen School
10700 Georgia Ave.
Wheaton, MD 20902
301-942-5979
www.evergreenschool.com
Grades: Preschool-3
Tuition: $15,700-$22,990
Contact: John DeMarchi, Head of School
The Forbush School
at Oakmont Upper School
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder,
pervasive developmental disorder (PDD),
developmental delays, severe behavioral problems,
multiple learning problems, and other related disorders)
610 East Diamond Ave., Suite E

The Holton-Arms School


7303 River Road
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-365-5300
www.holton-arms.edu
Grades: 3-12, girls only
Tuition: $38,390 (Grades 3-6)
$40,150(Grades 7-12)
Contact: Sharron Rodgers, admissions
Jamon Montessori Day School
52 Randolph Road
Silver Spring, MD 20904
301-384-3131
www.jamonmontessori.com
Grades: Preschool-2nd grade
Tuition: $9,250-$9,550
Contact: jamon.montessori@gmail.com

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK WITH SCHOOLS TO CONFIRM TUITION RATES

Nevins Andrews School


117 Elm Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301-270-1400
www.jna.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $4,500-$6,650
Contact: Maria Armenta, Administrative Assistant
The Julia Brown Montessori Schools
(multiple area locations)
1300 Milestone Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20904
301-622-7808
www.juliabrownmontessorischools.com
Grades: 18 months - Grade 3
The Gan Montessori
519 Lamberton Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20902
301-593-4343
Grades: Preschool-6
Kennedy Krieger School:
Montgomery County Campus
(for students with a range of disabilities)
12301 Academy Way
Rockville, MD 20852
443-923-4170
www.kennedykrieger.org
Grades: 2-8 (diploma track)
Grades 2- Age 21 (Certificate track)
Landon School for Boys
6101 Wilson Lane
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-320-1067
www.landon.net
Grades: 3-12, boys only
Tuition: Grades 3-5, $36,430
Grades 6-12, $38,500
Contact: Len Armstrong,
Assistant head of School For Enrollment,
Admissions & Communications
Lone Oak Montessori School
10201 Democracy Blvd.
Potomac, MD 20854
10100 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
301-469-4888
www.loneoakmontessori.com
Grades: Preschool-6
Tuition: $9,450-$12,300
Contact: loneoakinfo@gmail.com
Lyce Rochambeau French
International School Nursery
7108 Bradley Blvd.
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-767-1683
www.rochambeau.org
Grades: Pre-Nursery, Nursery
and K (French Immersion)
Tuition: $8,385-$18,435
Contact: Agnes Finucan, finucana@rochambeau.org
Lyce Rochambeau French
International School Lower School
3200 Woodbine St.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
301-907-3265
www.rochambeau.org
Grades: 1-3 (French Emmersion)
Tuition: $16,420
Contact: Agnes Finucan, finucana@rochambeau.org
Lyce Rochambeau French
International School Upper School
9600 Forest Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
301-530-8260
www.rochambeau.org
Grades: 4-12
Tuition: $18,610-$21,905
Contact: Agnes Finucan, finucana@rochambeau.org
The Manor Montessori School
(multiple area locations)
10500 Oaklyn Drive
Potomac, MD 20854
301-299-7400
www.manormontessori.com
Grades: Preschool-Grade 3
Contact: Katherine Damico, Director
Mater Amoris Montessori School
18501 Mink Hollow Road
Ashton, MD 20861
301-774-7468
www.materamoris.com
Grades: Preschool-6

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Tuition: $10,500-$13,500
Contact: Charlotte Shea, Director of School
Mater Dei School
9600 Seven Locks Road
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-365-2700
www.materdeischool.net
Grades: 1-8, boys only
Tuition: $18,000
Contact: Billy McMurtrie, headmaster
McLean School
8224 Lochinver Lane
Potomac, MD 20854
240.395.0698
www.mcleanschool.org
Grades: K-12
Tuition: $29,990-$41,990
Contact: Cathy Patterson, director of admissions
cpatterson@mcleanschool.org
Montrose Christian School
5100 Randolph Road
Rockville, MD 20852
301-770-5335
www.montrosechristian.org
Grades: K-12
Tuition: $8,500 $11,500
Contact: Sophie Rochelle, admissions
Muslim Community School
7917 Montrose Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-340-6713
www.alimacademy.org
Grades: Preschool-12
Tuition: $7,500-$9,500
Contact: Somayyah Nahidian, principal
The Nora School
955 Sligo Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-495-6672
www.nora-school.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $28,500
Contact: Marcia Miller, director of admissions
marcia@nora-school.org
Norwood School
8821 River Road
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-841-2130
www.norwoodschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $20,175-$34,470
Contact: Mimi Mulligan, assistant head/director of
admission and enrollment management
Oneness-Family School
6701 Wisconsin Ave.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
301-652-7751
www.onenessfamilyschool.org
Grades: Age 2-Grade 8
Tuition: $15,750-$26,000
Contact: Main Office, admissions@onenessfamily.org
Our Lady of Good Counsel High School
17301 Old Vic Blvd.
Olney, MD 20832
240-283-3200
www.olgchs.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $20,675
Contact: admissions@olgchs.org
Paint Branch Montessori School
10309 New Hampshire Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301-434-0373
www.pbmontessori.com
Grades: Preschool-6
Tuition: $700-$1,525/monthly
Contact: info@pbmontessori.com
The Primary Day School
7300 River Road
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-365-4355
www.theprimarydayschool.org
Grades: Before and after programs; Pre-K-2
Tuition: $19,900-$24,800
Contact: Lindsay Spector
L.Spector@theprimarydayschool.org
The Primary Montessori Day School
14338 Travilah Road
Rockville, MD 20850
301-309-9532
www.primarymontessori.com

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Tuition: $13,560-$24,128
Contact: Donna L. Anthony, head of school
Redwood Montessori Academy
1605 Viers Mill Road
Rockville, MD 20851
301-762-2524
www.redwoodmontessorimd.com
Grades: Pre-K(2)-Grade 3
Contact: hello@redwoodmontessorimd.com
Sandy Spring Friends School
16923 Norwood Road
Sandy Spring, MD 20860
301-774-7455
www.ssfs.org
Grades: Pre-K (2)-5;
Tuition: $15,500-$31,400
Contact: admission@ssfs.org
Seneca Academy
15601 Germantown Road
Darnestown, MD 20874
301-869-3728
www.SenecaAcademy.org
Grades: K-5
Tuition: $13,485
The Siena School
1300 Forest Glen Road
Silver Spring, MD 20901
301-244-3600
www.thesienaschool.org
Grades: 4-12
Tuition: $36,547-$38,281
Contact: info@thesienaschool.org
Sligo Adventist School
8300 Carroll Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301-434-1417
www.sligoadventistschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $4,250-$7,900
Contact: Larry Rich, lrich@sligoadventistschool.org
St. Andrews Episcopal School
Lower School
10033 River Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-983-5200
www.saes.org
Grades: Preschool (2 years old) 2nd Grade
Tuition: $2,690-$26,990
Contact: Lisa Shambaugh
St. Andrews Episcopal School
Intermediate, Middle & Upper School
8804 Postoak Road
Potomac, MD 20854
301-983-5200
www.saes.org
Grades: 3-12
Tuition: $31,990-$39,490
Contact: Lisa Shambaugh
St. Johns Episcopal School
3427 Olney Laytonsville Road
Olney, MD 20832
301-774-6804
stjes.com
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $9,995-$20,355
Contact: Margaret Curry
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
9101 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20814
301-657-4322, ext. 321
www.stoneridgeschool.org
Grades: Pre-K and K, coed;
Grades 1-12, girls only
Tuition: $19,700-32,300
Contact: Mary Burke Tobias, Director of Admissions
Sulam School
(for children with special learning needs)
13300 Arctic Ave.
Rockville, MD 20853
301-962-9400, ext. 5523
www.sulam.org
Grades: K-8
Contact: Mrs. Lianne Heller, Director
Takoma Academy
8120 Carroll Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301-434-4700
www.ta.edu
Grades: 9-12

Inside the theater at Maryvale Preparatorys Erinn McCarthy Humanities Hall, students can learn about
stage equipment, technical tools and materials used in a production, and traditional methods of set
construction and scene painting. Photo courtesy of Maryvale Preparatory

Tuition: Please call the school for details


Torah School of Greater Washington
2010 Linden Lane
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-962-8003
www.tsgw.org
Grades: K-6
Contact: Zev Teichman zteichman@tsgw.org
Village Montessori School
20301 Fulks Farm Road
Montgomery Village, MD 20886
301-977-5766
www.vms-md.com
Grades: Preschool & Kindergarten
Tuition: $8,500-$13,400
Contact: Sally Robinson, Director
Washington Christian Academy
16227 Batchellors Forest Road
Olney, MD 20832
240-390-0429
www.washingtonchristian.org
Grades: K-12
Tuition: $13,498-$18,998
Contact: Sheree Pilgrim, Director of Admissions
Washington Episcopal School
5600 Little Falls Parkway
Bethesda, MD 20816
301-652-7878
www.w-e-s.org
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $ 10,185-$33,720
Contact: Kim Bair,
Director of Admission and Financial Aid
Washington Waldorf School
4800 Sangamore Road
Bethesda, MD 20816
301-229-6107
www.washingtonwaldorf.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $5,750-$27,900
Contact: Lezlie Lawson, Enrollment Director
The Winchester School
3223 Bel Pre Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
301-598-2266
www.thewinchesterschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-2
The Woods Academy
6801 Greentree Road
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-365-3080
www.woodsacademy.org
Grades: Montessori preschool; grades 1-8
Tuition: $12,905-$22,150
Contact: Molly McNamara Hugo,
Director of Admissions
Yeshiva of Greater Washington
Boys Division
1216 Arcola Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20902
301-649-7077
www.yeshiva.edu
Grades: 7-12
Tuition: $17,770-$20,300

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK WITH SCHOOLS TO CONFIRM TUITION RATES

Yeshiva of Greater Washington


Girls Division
2010 Linden Lane
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-962-5111
www.yeshiva.edu
Grades: 7-12
Tuition: $17,550-$20,150

PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY


Beddow Jr./Sr. High School
501 Bryan Point Road
Accokeek, MD 20607
301-292-1968
www.thebeddowschool.org
Grades: 7-12
Tuition: $13,900
Contact: Trudy Beddow, Director
The Beddow School
8600 Loughran Road
Fort Washington, MD 20744
301-567-0330
www.thebeddowschool.org
Grades: Preschool-6
Tuition: $8,258-$11,372
Contact: Trudy Beddow, Director
Bishop McNamara High School
6800 Marlboro Pike
Forestville, MD 20747
301-735-8401
www.bmhs.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $14,540
Enrollment: 875
Contact: Patricia Garber,
Director of Admissions
Bowie Montessori Childrens House
5004 Randonstone Lane
Bowie, MD 20715
301-262-3566
www.bmch.net
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $9,700
Contact: Tina Arminio
Chelsea School
(Serving students with language-based learning differences)
2970 Belcrest Center Dr.
Suite 300
Hyattsville, MD 20782
240-467-2100
www.chelseaschool.edu
Grades: 5-12
Tuition: $37,357
Contact: Deborah Lourie,
director of admissions
Cornerstone Christian Academy
16010B Annapolis Road
Bowie, MD 20715
301-262-7683
ccabowie.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $5,825
Contact: Ann Jones ajones@cag.org
DeMatha Catholic High School
4313 Madison St.
Hyattsville, MD 20781
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www.dematha.org
Grades: 9-12, boys only
Tuition: $16,975
Contact: Daniel McMahon, Principal

www.htrinity.org
Grades: Preschool; 5-8
Tuition: $8,690-$12,370
Contact: Rosalyn Cruz-Williams

Elizabeth Seton High School


5715 Emerson St.
Bladensburg, MD 20710
301-864-4532
www.setonhs.org
Grades: 9-12, all girls
Tuition: $12,750
Contact: Melissa Davey 99, Dean of Admissions

Jericho Christian Academy


8500 Jericho City Drive
Landover, MD 20785
301-333-9400
myjerichochristianacademy.org
Grades: Pre-K(2)-8
Tuition: $6,700, K-8; $8,784-$9,204, early
childhood development

Fairhaven School
17900 Queen Anne Road
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
301-249-8060
www.fairhavenschool.com
Ages: 5-18
Tuition: $9,956
Contact: staff@fairhavenschool.com

New Hope Academy


7009 Varnum St.
Landover Hills, MD 20784
301-459-7311
www.newhopeacademy.org
Grades: Preschool-12
Tuition: $8,890-$9,710
Contact: James Young, Education Director

First Baptist School of Laurel


15002 First Baptist Lane
Laurel, MD 20707
301-490-1076
www.fbslaurel.com
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $4,660-$6,800
Contact: Tom Hudson, principal

Our Saviors School


3111 Forestville Road
Forestville, MD 20747
301-420-5076
Grades: Pre-K-6
Tuition: $6,100-$6,400
Contact: Elizabeth Cottrell

The Forbush School


at Prince Georges County
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
(Serving students with autism spectrum disorder and
other related disorders)
4819 Walden Lane, Suite 4880
Lanham, MD 20706
(240) 667-1423
www.forbushatprincegeorges.org
Ages: 5 to 21
Contact: Mark Rapaport, principal/education
director, mrapaport-ps@sheppardpratt.org
Friends Community School
5901 Westchester Park Drive
College Park, MD 20740
301-441-2100
www.friendscommunityschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $17,980-$19,940
Contact: Connie Belfiore,
director of admissions and outreach
Connie@friendscommunityschool.org
Genesis Christian Day Schools
(Locations in Glenn Dale, Clinton,
Glenarden and Landover)
6717 Glenn Dale Road
Glenn Dale, MD 20769
301-464-3981
genesischristianschools.com
Grades: Preschool-K
Tuition: $8,600-$9,030
Contact: Lisa Weathers-Hall
lisaweathers@genesislearning.com
Glenn Dale Montessori School
7500 Hillmeade Road
Glenn Dale, MD 20769
301-805-2845
www.glenndalemontessori.org
Ages: Pre-K-Elementary
Tuition: $6,950-$9,450
Contact: Gloria Harvey, Principal
Grace Brethren Christian School
6501 Surratts Road
Clinton, MD 20735
301-868-1600
www.gbcseagles.org
Grades: K(3)-12
Tuition: $8,295-$8,795
Contact: George Hornickel,
school director; Pam Porter, registrar
Holy Trinity Episcopal Day School
Lower School
13106 Annapolis Road
Bowie, MD 20720
301-262-5355
www.htrinity.org
Grades: K-4
Tuition: $10,640
Contact: Rosalyn Cruz-Williams
Holy Trinity Episcopal Day School
Preschool & Middle School
11902 Daisy Lane
Glenn Dale, MD 20769
301-464-3215

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Patuxent Montessori School


14210 Old Stage Road
Bowie, MD 20720
301-464-4506
www.patuxent-montessori.org
Grades: Preschool-6
Tuition: $8,600-$10,400
Contact: Suzanne Damadio, head administrator
Phillips School
(for students with a range of disabilities)
8920 Whiskey Bottom Road
Laurel, MD 20723
301-470-1620
www.phillipsprograms.org
Grades 3-12
Contact: Sarah Hedley-Boyd,
program director
Riverdale Baptist School
1133 Largo Road
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
301-249-7000
www.rbschool.org
Grades: K-12
Enrollment: 750
Tuition: $9,000-$11,500
Contact: Jemma Smith, Recruitment and
Retention Coordinator
St. John the Evangelist School
8912 Old Branch Ave.
Clinton, MD 20735
301-868-2010
www.saintjohnsschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Enrollment: 210
Tuition: $6,400-$8,800
Contact: Mary Jane Harris,
Director of Development
St. Mary of the Mills School
106 St. Marys Place
Laurel, MD 20707
301-498-1433
www.stmaryofthemills.org
Grades: K-8
Contact: Laura Guenin,
director of enrollment management
St. Vincent Pallotti High School
113 St. Marys Place
Laurel, MD 20707
301-725-3228
www.pallottihs.org
Grades: 9-12
Enrollment: 500
Tuition: $14,750
Contact: Lindsay J. Dively,
director of admissions

QUEEN ANNES COUNTY


The Gunston School
911 Gunston Road
Centreville, MD 21617
410-758-0620
www.gunston.org
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $23,500
Contact: David Henry
Wye River Upper School
(for ADHD, dyslexia and other learning differences)
P.O. Box 36
Wye Mills, MD 21679
410-827-5822
www.wyeriverupperschool.org
Grades: 9-12
Contact: Katie Theeke, director of admissions and
communications

ST. MARYS COUNTY


The Kings Christian Academy
20738 Point Lookout Road
Callaway, MD 20620
301-994-3080
www.KingsChristianAcademy.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $7,128 - $8,584
Contact: Betsy Barreto
Leonard Hall Junior Naval Academy
41740 Baldridge St.
Leonardtown, MD 20650
301-475-8029
www.lhjna.com
Grades: 6-12
Tuition: $8,221
Contact: Suzanne Wisnieski, headmistress
St. Marys Ryken High School
A College Preparatory Catholic
High School
22600 Camp Calvert Road
Leonardtown, MD 20650
301-475-2814
www.smrhs.org
Grades: 9-12
Enrollment: 700
Tuition: $13,700
Contact: Amy Cricchi, Director of Admissions
admissions@smrhs.org
Starmaker Learning Center
23443 Cottonwood Parkway
California, MD 20619
301-863-7740
www.starmakerschool.org
Grades: Infant-3
Contact: Lynn Ennis, Director

TALBOT COUNTY
The Country School
716 Goldsborough St.
Easton, MD 21601
410-822-1935
www.countryschool.org
Grades: K-8
Tuition: $10,880-$15,525
Contact: Kimerly Balderson, Director of Admissions
Saints Peter and Paul School
900 High Street
Easton, MD 21601
410-822-2275 High School
410-822-2251 Elementary School
www.ssppeaston.org/schools
Grades: PreK-12
Tuition: $6,530-$7,175
Contact: Connie Webster, elementary school;
James Nemeth, high school

WASHINGTON COUNTY
Grace Academy
13321 Cearfoss Pike
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-2033
www.graceacademyonline.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $5,916 for first student;
$4,740 for 3-day program in K3 and K4
(tuition assistance and scholarships available)

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK WITH SCHOOLS TO CONFIRM TUITION RATES

Heritage Academy
12215 Walnut Point West
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-582-2600
www.heritage-academy.net
Grades: Pre-K(4)-12
Tuition: $2,500-$5,730 (multiple child discounts,
new family discounts)
Contact: Marci Mueller, Business Manager
Highland View Academy
10100 Academy Drive
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-739-8480
www.hva-edu.com
Grades: 9-12
Tuition: $11,375-$18,540
Con
Saint James School
17641 College Road
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-9330
www.stjames.edu
Grades: 8-12
Tuition: $29,300; $44,000 for boarding
Contact: Amy Painter
St. Maria Goretti
High School
1535 Oak Hill Ave.
Hagerstown, MD 21742
301-739-4266
www.goretti.org
Grades: 9-12
$13,925-$15,750
St. Mary Catholic School
218 W. Washington St.
Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-733-1184
www.stmarycatholicschool.org
Grades: Pre-K-8
Tuition: $4,650-$6,550
Contact: Patricia McDermott, principal

WICOMICO COUNTY
Salisbury Christian School
807 Parker Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-546-0661
www.salisburychristian.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Contact: Daryl Ann Hudson, registrar
The Salisbury School
6279 Hobbs Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-742-4464 ext. 123
www.thesalisburyschool.org
Grades: Preschool-12
Contact: Gail Carozza, director of admission
Stepping Stones
Learning Academy
402 W. Main St.
Fruitland, Md. 21826
410-341-7668
www.steppingstoneslearningacademy.net
Grades: Pre-K-12
Contact: Linda Brannock, director/owner
Wicomico Day School
1315 Old Ocean City Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-546-5451
www.wicomicodayschool.com
Grades: Preschool-8
Tuition: $5,890

WORCESTER COUNTY
Worcester Preparatory School
508 S. Main St.
Berlin, MD 21811
410-641-3575
www.worcesterprep.org
Grades: Pre-K-12
Tuition: $8,100-$13,950
Contact: Director of Admissions
and Marketing