The school graduates four 3rd graders, the first students
to have gone all the way through the school.
The school buys the Himmelfarb mansion at 16th and Decatur Streets and renovations begin.
Abigail Wiebenson becomes Director.
The Primary School moves to 16th and Decatur.
The school celebrates its 25th year by launching a public lecture series, which lasts for many years.
Lowell becomes accredited by the Maryland Association of Independent Schools.
Susan Piggott becomes Acting Director for one year.
Lowell celebrates its 30th year.
The school launches a campaign to establish Lowell’s endowment.
The former Marjorie Webster Junior College campus on Kalmia Road NW is purchased, and renovations begin.
4th grade is added.
The entire school moves to the Kalmia campus.
5th grade is added.
6th grade is added, and the first 6th grade graduation takes place in 2001.
Lowell celebrates its 40th year.