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Bethesda Montessori School
7611 Clarendon Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
Like other local Montessori schools, the Bethesda Montessori School follows an education program developed by ItalianMore physician and educator Maria Montessori. The method provides a stimulating environment for children where they learn independently under the supervision of a teacher. Founded in 1982, the Bethesda Montessori School serves children from ages three to six and is certified to teach kindergarten. The school rents space from the Bethesda Presbyterian Church, though it is not religiously affiliated. Acceptance is first come, first served.
Bethesda Presbyterian Church
7611 Clarendon Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
Leaders at the Bethesda Presbyterian Church use three words to sum up the church's mission -- personal,More passionate and progressive.  While the church has been located on Clarendon Road, in the heart of Bethesda since 1926, the church community itself has roots that date back to 1723, making it one of the oldest church communities in the area. The church promotes social justice and outreach activities in the community, including supporting organizations like Bethesda Cares, Rebuilding Together Montgomery County and Interfaith Works that support homeless and low-income residents. Bethesda Presbyterian Church also actively reaches out to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered population. Free parking is available at next-door Bethesda Elementary School when school functions aren't being held.
India School
5502 Durbin Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
India School offers classes, seminars, and performances promoting Indian art and culture. Classes include music, danceMore and many different Indian languages. They are taught at local Bethesda schools.
The French International School
9600 Forest Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
Also known as Lycee Rochambeau, the French International School provides a curriculum sanctioned by the FrenchMore government. The school has three locations:  a pre-school on Bradley Boulevard in Bethesda, an elementary school campus on Woodbine Street in Chevy Chase and a middle and high school campus on Forest Road in Bethesda.
Wyngate Elementary School
9300 Wadsworth Dr, Bethesda, MD 20817
Wyngate Elementary School, located along Wadsworth Drive in Bethesda, is a co-educational public school that servesMore students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The school, built in 1952, falls into Bethesda's Walter Johnson cluster. It also provides services for students with special needs.
Asburton Elementary School
6314 Lone Oak Dr, Bethesda, MD 20817
Ashburton Elementary School, located along Lone Oak Drive in Bethesda, is a public elementary school that serves overMore 700 students. The school services students in grades Kindergarten through 5, along with a pre-school program designed for students with special needs. Ashburton feeds into North Bethesda middle school and Walter Johnson high school. Ashburton is a Maryland green school, which means it's been recognized for its efforts to promote sustainability. The school was originally constructed in 1957.
Bethesda Lynbrook Children's Center
8001 Lynbrook Dr, Bethesda, MD 20814
The Bethesda Lynbrook Children's Center serves as both a pre-school and after school program for children ages five toMore twelve. Toilet training is not a requirement in order to be accepted into the program. Morning, midday and afternoon snacks are provided for. The property features several different playgrounds as well as a large field and a small blacktop area.
Family Academy of Bethesda
4330 Montgomery Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814
The Family Academy of Bethesda is a school offering year-round education and child care for infants and children agesMore six weeks to six years. The school also offers Montessori education from ages two-and-a-half to six years. The Family Academy provides a full curriculum where students are exposed to math, science, the arts and the humanities.
Bethesda Community School
7500 Honeywell Ln, Bethesda, MD 20814
This school was founded in 1944 to serve children in pre-school and kindergarten. Children are accepted into the schoolMore on a first-come, first-served basis, depending on space availability. The Bethesda Community School serves over 100 students and also offers care before and after school. Pre-school children attend school from 9 a.m. to noon, while the day for children in kindergarten begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m.
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