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Thomas W. Pyle Middle School
6311 Wilson Ln, Bethesda, MD 20817
Thomas W. Pyle Middle School draws from several Bethesda elementary schools and feeds into nearby Walt Whitman HighMore School. Principal Jennifer Webster was newly appointed at the beginning of the 2010/2011 school year. The public school serves over 1300 students in grades 6-8 and is one of the largest public middle schools in the area. The school dates back to 1962.
Bannockburn Elementary School
6520 Dalroy Ln, Bethesda, MD 20817
Bannockburn Elementary School is a co-educational public school that serves children in grades kindergarten through 5.More About 360 students attend Bannockburn, which feeds to Thomas W. Pyle Middle School and eventually Walt Whitman High School. Students often engage in community service and fundraising activities and a wide variety of after-school clubs and activities are sponsored through the school's PTA.
Knollwood Publications
4701 Sangamore Rd, Bethesda, MD 20816
Knollwood Publications publishes the monthly magazine Washington Parent. The 28 year old print and online magazineMore provides information and opinions about child development, education, arts, special needs and more. The magazine also features a calendar of family-friendly events in the Washington area as well as a guide to schools, camps, tutors and child care.
Westland Middle School
5511 Massachusetts Ave, Bethesda, MD 20816

Westland Middle School, located along Massachusetts Avenue in Bethesda, is a Montgomery County Public School thatMore serves children in grades 6 though 8. It's certified as a Maryland green school, which means it has been recognized for practicing sustainability and including environmental education in its curriculum.

It's also an International Baccalaureate World School, which means it partners with the International Baccalaureate to provide international education programs. Westland has a special focus on Chilean culture; Chile's former president, Michelle Bachelet, attended the school from 1962-1964.


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