The Edmund Burke School is a private, college preparatory school, established in 1968 by Jean Mooskin and Dick Roth. The institution is based in Washington, D.C. on Connecticut Avenue, NW, near the Van Ness metro station. The institution serves grades 6th through 12th, currently receiving about 320 students. What is more interesting about the Edmund Burke School is that it has adopted the method of progressive education - teachers are called by their first names and classes are small. In 2003 the school finally managed to get city approval to expand its facilities with a new building.... See full description.
Georgetown Day School was founded in 1945 and has since then operated as a PK-12 school, dedicated towards academic and social excellence. The institution is situated in Washington DC and provides education for all children from the prekindergarten stage up till high school level. Apart from academic teachings, it also offers loads of activities including arts, athletics, college counseling, community help, library services, Equity and Justice, after-school activities, camps and so on. Furthermore, Georgetown Day School willingly gives financial aid to students in unfavorable economic... See full description.
Gonzaga College High School is one of the oldest educational institutions in Washington, opened in 1821. The school follows the Jesuit system of education, offering courses in departments like Classic, Computer Science, English, Fine Arts/Music, Religious studies, Science and Social Science. Being a Roman Catholic School offering outstanding education with several years of experience, the institution is based on a Christian way of conveying knowledge with references to the way of life of Jesus Christ and emphasis laid on the need for academic and moral excellence. It has also made... See full description.