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    SAT Test Date

    Off-Campus
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    Eid al-Fitr

    Eid al-Fitr ends on June 4.

    HS Modern Classical Language Exams

    High School: Various Classrooms
    Contact: Chris Levy

    8th Grade Brunch

    Lower/Middle School
    Contact: Lisa Fall

    8th Grade Closing Ceremony

    Lower/Middle School
    Contact: Mayra Diaz
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    HS Math Exams

    High School: Various Classrooms
    Contact: Chris Levy
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    1st Grade Trip

    Off-Campus

    6th Grade End of the Year Trip

    Off-Campus
    The sixth grade will travel off campus to celebrate a successful end of their first year in the Middle School.
    Contact: John Barnes

    HS Reading Day

    High School
    Contact: Chris Levy

    HS Graduation Rehearsal

    Lisner Auditorium
    At 10:00 AM sharp (following the graduation breakfast for seniors), buses will transport seniors to the Lisner Auditorium for our 10:30 AM graduation rehearsal. This is a mandatory event for all seniors. Buses will return to GDS around 1:00 PM.
    Contact: Quinn Killy

    7th Grade Power Project

    Lower/Middle School
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    HS History Exams

    High School: Various Classrooms
    Contact: Chris Levy

    LS Closing Assembly

    Lower/Middle School: Gym

    5th Grade Bowling Party

    Off-Campus

    Prom

    Get ready to dance the night away! 11th and 12th grades are invited to attend the Prom. Tickets can be purchased online.
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    MS Semester II Ends

    Lower/Middle School
    Contact: Mayra Diaz

    After Prom

    High School: Gym
    HS students are invited to continue the Prom celebrations with the After Prom festivities.

    Exam Make-up Day

    HIgh School: Various Classrooms
    Contact: Chris Levy

    Lower/Middle School Field Day

    Lower/Middle School
    Contact: LS Office
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    ACT Test Date

    Off-Campus
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    High School Graduation

    Lisner Auditorium
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    11th Grade College Application Workshop

    High School: Library and various classrooms/spaces due to conflicts with Staff Week schedule
    The college office offers three opportunities for rising seniors to spend a week in the summer working on their applications. We have carefully curated this schedule and invited experts in college admissions and counseling to join us throughout the week. Students will leave the workshop having completed their Common Application; overviewed alternative application formats (the Coalition, UCAS, etc.); brainstormed, drafted, and edited their main college essay; discussed college-specific supplemental questions; and practiced interviewing directly with a college admissions representative.

    We offer one half-day session in June (10-14) and two in August (12-16 morning and afternoon). We will send out details regarding registration in February.
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    11th Grade College Application Workshop

    High School: Library and various classrooms/spaces due to conflicts with Staff Week schedule
    The college office offers three opportunities for rising seniors to spend a week in the summer working on their applications. We have carefully curated this schedule and invited experts in college admissions and counseling to join us throughout the week. Students will leave the workshop having completed their Common Application; overviewed alternative application formats (the Coalition, UCAS, etc.); brainstormed, drafted, and edited their main college essay; discussed college-specific supplemental questions; and practiced interviewing directly with a college admissions representative.

    We offer one half-day session in June (10-14) and two in August (12-16 morning and afternoon). We will send out details regarding registration in February.
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    11th Grade College Application Workshop

    High School: Library and various classrooms/spaces due to conflicts with Staff Week schedule
    The college office offers three opportunities for rising seniors to spend a week in the summer working on their applications. We have carefully curated this schedule and invited experts in college admissions and counseling to join us throughout the week. Students will leave the workshop having completed their Common Application; overviewed alternative application formats (the Coalition, UCAS, etc.); brainstormed, drafted, and edited their main college essay; discussed college-specific supplemental questions; and practiced interviewing directly with a college admissions representative.

    We offer one half-day session in June (10-14) and two in August (12-16 morning and afternoon). We will send out details regarding registration in February.
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    11th Grade College Application Workshop

    High School: Library and various classrooms/spaces due to conflicts with Staff Week schedule
    The college office offers three opportunities for rising seniors to spend a week in the summer working on their applications. We have carefully curated this schedule and invited experts in college admissions and counseling to join us throughout the week. Students will leave the workshop having completed their Common Application; overviewed alternative application formats (the Coalition, UCAS, etc.); brainstormed, drafted, and edited their main college essay; discussed college-specific supplemental questions; and practiced interviewing directly with a college admissions representative.

    We offer one half-day session in June (10-14) and two in August (12-16 morning and afternoon). We will send out details regarding registration in February.
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    11th Grade College Application Workshop

    High School: Library and various classrooms/spaces due to conflicts with Staff Week schedule
    The college office offers three opportunities for rising seniors to spend a week in the summer working on their applications. We have carefully curated this schedule and invited experts in college admissions and counseling to join us throughout the week. Students will leave the workshop having completed their Common Application; overviewed alternative application formats (the Coalition, UCAS, etc.); brainstormed, drafted, and edited their main college essay; discussed college-specific supplemental questions; and practiced interviewing directly with a college admissions representative.

    We offer one half-day session in June (10-14) and two in August (12-16 morning and afternoon). We will send out details regarding registration in February.
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    Power, Privilege, and Practice

    High School
    Our summer symposium is for faculty, staff, and newly appointed administrators who serve independent schools, identify as white, and are looking to examine their understanding and practice.
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    Power, Privilege, and Practice

    High School
    Our summer symposium is for faculty, staff, and newly appointed administrators who serve independent schools, identify as white, and are looking to examine their understanding and practice.
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    Power, Privilege, and Practice

    High School
    Our summer symposium is for faculty, staff, and newly appointed administrators who serve independent schools, identify as white, and are looking to examine their understanding and practice.
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    Power, Privilege, and Practice

    High School
    Our summer symposium is for faculty, staff, and newly appointed administrators who serve independent schools, identify as white, and are looking to examine their understanding and practice.
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LOWER/MIDDLE SCHOOL

4530 MacArthur Boulevard, NW, Washington, DC 20007

HIGH SCHOOL

4200 Davenport Street, NW, Washington, DC 20016


Georgetown Day School is a coed, preK-12, non-sectarian private school in Washington, DC with small class sizes and a diverse school community. Our comprehensive, innovative curriculum includes hands-on learning, honors and AP classes, as well as advanced-level math and STEM courses. An education is not just college prep and SAT scores. GDS teachers focus on providing the best education for each child, from elementary grades through high school. The school performing arts program includes theater, dance, and music. The athletics program offers competitive sports for student athletes, including cross-country, track, soccer, lacrosse, and crew/rowing. With our strong commitment to financial aid, an independent school tuition is affordable.