The Lowell Journey

Lowell students learn to take risks, pursue their passions, and develop the skills and confidence they need to make a difference in the world, thanks to an innovative curriculum taught by dedicated teachers. Your gift to the Annual Fund will go straight to work supporting all the things that make the Lowell journey possible. 

Every Donation Makes a Difference

100% Participation Is Our Goal!

No matter how much you give, participating makes you a partner in our shared mission of creating an inclusive community of lifelong learners in which each individual is valued and respected.

As we come down the home stretch of this school year and come closer and closer to meeting our Annual Fund goals, I hope that you will make a gift to this year’s Fund and shout out your Lowell superstar at the same time.
From levers and pulleys to robotics challenges, STEM at Lowell is fun, challenging, hands-on, and promotes a spirit of innovation in students of all ages.
From exploring civil rights landmarks in the South to touring local museums and landmarks, field trips are a foundational part of every student's time at Lowell.
Dance, music, theater, and the visual arts help Lowell students discover and embrace their creative passions, finding inspiration in every kind of artful expression.
Professional development is a key part of the journey for our teachers, who are leaders in educational innovation and model lifelong learning for their students every day.
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice are at the heart of the Lowell journey, where students learn to embrace all people's humanity, dignity, and individuality.
Athletics begin early at Lowell, with swimming, dance, and physical education, not to mention 17 sports teams, including track and field for children as young as five.
1640 Kalmia Road NW
Washington, DC 20012
202-577-2000
Lowell School is a private PK-8th grade school located in NW Washington, DC. At Lowell students gain the knowledge, skills, and social-emotional literacy to be the bold leaders and creative problem solvers our world needs.