Facts at a Glance


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Founded: 1928 [Learn more >>>]

Location: 3209 Highland Place NW, Washington, DC 20008 [Read more >>>]

Serving: 2 ½ to 5 year olds

Current Enrollment: 178

Full-time & Part-time Teachers: 30

Child Development Team: 3 [Learn more about our Child Development Team >>>]

Enrichment Program Teachers [Learn more >>>]

        • Librarian: 1
        • Mi Casa Teachers: 4
        • Motor Teachers: 1
        • Music Teachers: 2

School Hours

Bunny Classes (2016-2017)

        • 2-Day AM Class (T, TH): 8:30am - 11:30 am

        • 3-Day AM Class (M, W, F): 8:30am - 11:30 am

        • 3-Day PM Class (M, W, F): 12:40pm - 3:30 pm

Beehive, Sunshine, Rainbow Classes (and Bunny, starting in 2017-2018)

        • AM Classes (5 Days): 8:30am - 11:30 am

        • PM Classes (5 Days): 12:40pm - 3:30pm

Explorer, Treetop

        • 5 day, Full day Programs: 8:30am - 3:00pm



Accreditation & Membership


AIMS. The Association of Independent Maryland and DC Schools is an American nonprofit education organization representing 120 independent schools in the US state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. [Read more >>>]

NAEYC. The National Association for the Education of Young Children is a large nonprofit association focused on promoting high-quality learning of young children, with emphasis on children from birth through age 8, by connecting early childhood education practice, policy and research. [READ MORE >>>]

AISGW. The Association of Independent School of Greater Washington is an organization supporting 75+ independent private schools in Washington, D.C., and its environs. [READ MORE >>>]

BSF. The Black Student Fund is dedicated to bringing people together by maintaining access to independent schools for black children from low to modest income households. The BSF was established in 1964 and provides supplemental grants as well as essential support services to black students in grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. [READ MORE >>>]

LSF. The Latino Student Fund provides opportunities for a strong academic foundation for under-served PreK-12th grade students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership. [READ MORE >>>]


BEYOND NCRC - WHERE OUR STUDENTS' STORIES CONTINUE

Independent Schools

Aidan Montessori School

Beauvoir School

British School

Burgundy Farm Country Day School

Capitol Hill Day School

Concord Hill School

Diener School

Georgetown Day School

Grace Episcopal Day School

Green Acres School

Harbor School

Hyde-Addison Elementary School

Jewish Primary Day

Katherine Thomas School

Kennedy Krieger School

Kingsbury Day School

Lab School

Langley School

Lowell School

Maddux School

Maret School

McLean School

National Presbyterian School

Norwood School

Potomac School

River School

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School

St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School

Sandy Spring Friends School

Sheridan School

Sidwell Friends School

Washington Episcopal School

Washington International School

Public Schools

John Eaton Elemenary School

Hearst Elementary School

Horace Mann Elementary School

Hyde Elementary School

Janney Elementary

Key Elementary School

Lafayette Elementary School

Murch Elementary School

Oyster Elementary School

Potomac Elementary School

Rosemary Hills Elementary School

Somerset Elementary School

Stoddert Elementary School

Westbrook Elementary School

Wood Acres Elementary School

Parochial Schools

Blessed Sacrament School

Holy Trinity School

St. Ann’s Academy School

Our Lady of Victory School


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The National Child Research Center (NCRC) recognizes the importance of drawing on a wide range of experiences and perspectives to enrich a young child’s education. Founded to provide a collaborative approach to preschool education in an environment that nurtures the whole child, NCRC is committed to achieving a diverse community of families, faculty, and staff to fulfill its educational mission. Diversity includes differences in terms of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, learning style, ability, and socioeconomic status. As a model for early childhood education, NCRC promotes and respects diversity in a climate that fosters personal growth and prepares children to be culturally respectful members of our larger community.

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