An Invitation
to Wonder

An Invitation to Wonder

What does it look like when a school founded to reflect the rich diversity of Greater Washington lives its mission? And when that school specializes in the wonder years of childhood, from age 2 through Grade 5? What happens when master teachers curate beautiful learning spaces filled with opportunities to explore? And when students leap into learning with open minds and hearts, free to wonder, to question, to create, and to relate to others with empathy and kindness? The answer is Grace.

What Grounds Us

Fun Facts

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Teachers with advanced degrees

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Acres of land

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Visits from a therapy dog

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Types of student support available

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Trees over 100 years old

Maryland Green School

Years as a certified MD Green School

Grace News

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Einat Moskof & Jessica Boritz present at MAESA

In November, Einat Moskof and Jessica Boritz presented at the MAESA Early Childhood conference. The topic of their interactive presentation was The Early Childhood Atelier: Cultivating growth and relationships
through materials. Click here to learn more about their presentation.

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Student Council Speeches 23-24

Each year at Grace, we hold an election for Student Council officers. This student leadership group helps to build culture and community and lead initiatives that can enhance school life. Sometimes, fundraisers and service projects are proposed, and over the years, Student Council has raised funds for many causes they are passionate about supporting.  This…

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The Grace Labyrinth

Grace Walking Labyrinth, generously funded by the Class of 2023 families as a gift to our school, is a beautiful new fixture on campus. We are so grateful to Lars Howlett, current Grace parent, alongside Marisa Martucci and Jessica Boritz, who helped to bring this vision to life. We hope that you’ll come experience the walking labyrinth for yourself next time you’re on campus.

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Grade 2 “Kensington Remix” Art Display

As part of their PBL unit, Grade 2 artists have been playing with visual elements of Kensington’s unique architecture. You may visit Kensington Park Library to see their “Kensington Remix” mixed media art on display until April 12th.


Summer Camp at Grace!

Summer camp registration is now open! Grace is offering its very own camp for 3-5 year olds alongside HoopEd’s expanded offerings for older campers.