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. This is how a new theater, computer labs, offices, classrooms, athletic facilities, and a large parking garage were additionally built.
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4101 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, The United States, 20008