Schedule a Tour of NCRC
Now through February 3rd
Applications submitted after February 3rd will be accepted and reviewed based on class availability.
Accepting Sibling Applications
October 1st - 31st
Please note sibling applications submitted after October 31 will be considered with the general applicant pool without a sibling preference.**
Sunday, November 12th -- 1-3pm
NCRC's annual Sunday Open House is a wonderful opportunity to visit the school, meet members of the community and learn more about what NCRC has to offer. Click here to sign up!
January - February
Applicants are invited to attend play sessions.
Admission Decisions: Siblings
Letters regarding admission decisions are mailed to applicants.
Admission Decisions: ALL
Letters regarding admission decisions are mailed to all applicants.
**Applications for siblings of current and returning NCRC families must be received by October 31, 2017 to be given sibling preference. Applications received after October 31, 2017 will be placed in the general applicant pool.
Siblings who have applied by October 31, 2017 are guaranteed a spot. While we wish it were possible, we cannot guarantee morning or afternoon placement.
"NCRC is a magical place where every single child has the opportunity to be their very best, to explore, to try, to fail, to get back up and to be loved unconditionally and totally."
The Admissions Committee considers numerous factors involved in class placement to ensure a balanced classroom. Class placements focus on a child's developmental needs and we strive to create classes that reflect the NCRC community. The Admissions Committee will do their best to work with each family's needs, while ensuring a balanced classroom for the children within the applicant pool.
Contact the Admissions Office
Click here to email, or call (202) 363-8777
NCRC admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin and accords them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. NCRC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, tuition assistance, or any other school-administered programs.