Life After Evergreen

Our third graders have been accepted at several of the most selective independent schools in the DC region.  Among hundreds of applicants, our students stand out for their academic preparationpersonal characterintellectual curiosity and maturity.  These qualities will serve them well wherever they go.

Our Elementary teachers, Mrs. Hatziyannis and Mrs. Hannon, lend hands-on support to each family through the application process. As Evergreen father Joel Klein said, the relationship between Elementary teachers and their students is the most powerful part of the Evergreen experience.

Just as our program is individualized to meet the needs of each child, our objective is not to get students into the most selective schools.  Evergreen isn’t a “feeder” for any particular school. Our children will attend a range of schools, each a well-selected match for the personality and learning-style of each child.  We are fortunate to have many excellence independent, religious and public schools in the area for families to choose for fourth grade.

There is tremendous value in staying at Evergreen for the entire Elementary experience.  It is a powerful launching pad.

Evergreen graduates have continued their education in a variety of schools:

  • Barrie School
  • Beauvoir School
  • Bullis School
  • Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
  • French International School
  • Georgetown Day School
  • Grace Episcopal Day School
  • Holton Arms School
  • Holy Redeemer School
  • Landon School
  • Lowell School
  • Maret School
  • Montgomery County Public Schools
  • National Cathedral School
  • Norwood School
  • Sandy Spring Friends School
  • Sheridan School
  • Sidwell Friends School
  • St. John the Evangelist School
  • St. Elizabeth School
  • St. Patrick’s School
  • Sienna School
  • Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
  • Washington International School