Lowell is a progressive private school for children age 21/2–8th grade located in NW Washington, D.C. Attend our virtual preschool open house and learn more about Lowell from the comfort of your couch!
Thinking about Lowell School for your child but are quarantined? Join us for a virtualOpen House, including a current parent panel discussion—all from the comfort of your couch!
Take a virtual tour of the Pre-Primary School or Primary School (Kindergarten–5th Grade) with the director of admissions and the directors of Pre-Primary and Primary Schools.
Hear from a panel of current Lowell parents who will share more about their personal experience in our program.
Graduate Parent Panel
Curious what our alumni parents have to say about their child’s Lowell experience? Join Liz Yee, director of admissions, for a virtual discussion with alumni parents who will reflect on their Lowell journey, favorite academic highlights, what their child gained from our program, and what life is like after graduation.
Parents whose children graduated from Lowell and attended the following high schools and colleges will be on hand to share their experiences:
Sidwell Friends School
Georgetown Day School, Penn State
Blair Communication Arts Program, Savannah College of Art and Design
Edmund Burke School
Woodrow Wilson High School
Sandy Spring Friends School
And a parent whose child is in Primary School and “graduated” from our preschool
This candid discussion is one you won’t want to miss!
“Lowell is special for several reasons, but most importantly it delivers on the promise to create a lifetime love of learning.” —Laure Redifer, alum parent
Lowell's leading-edge curriculum features hands-on, experiential learning and an integrated approach to content and skill-building. Our foundational program sets students up for success and nurtures a love of learning.
Our eight-acre tree-filled campus is an oasis in the middle of the city. Three large play areas, two outdoor classrooms, and proximity to Rock Creek Park mean that our students have opportunities to learn both inside and out.
Lowell faculty members are exceptionally dedicated to bringing out the best in every student by challenging and supporting them as individuals. Leaders in education, they bring best practices and deep respect for children to their classrooms every day.
"What really impressed me was how challenging it was and how much our son enjoyed it. You could tell because he came home tired. He loved the work, he loved doing it all!" —Kathleen McClellan, current parent