An Episcopal Day School | Preschool–Grade 5

An Invitation to Wonder

What does it look like when a school built to provide an excellent education to children from across Greater Washington lives its mission? And when that school cultivates each individual child’s capacity to feel, to wonder, to create, and to relate to others with empathy and kindness? The answer is Grace.



Colonial Day: Exploring our Country’s History

By GEDS | April 25, 2018

On Tuesday, Grade 4 students celebrated Colonial Day at Grace. Colonial Day is an interdisciplinary unit of inquiry and a longtime tradition at Grace that allows Grade 4 students to develop a deeper understanding of the history and politics of our country in the eighteenth century. Several projects helped Grade 4 with their in-depth study…

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Happy Earth Day to You . . .

By GEDS | April 17, 2018

Here at Grace, we celebrated Earth Day a little bit early with a focus on the Three Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) at assembly last week. Grade 1 students performed a Recycling Readers’ Theater for us, and each class displayed projects…

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Project Based Learning at Grace

By GEDS | April 23, 2018

Grace recently sent a contingent of teachers and administrators to the Educators Institute at the Duke School in Durham, NC. Kindergarten teacher Rose Morrison, Grade 1 teacher Belkis Aponte, and Director of Early Childhood Education Pam Yarrington had the chance to meet with practitioners, observe…

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So many summer camp choices!

By GEDS | April 16, 2018

Did you know that Grace is the site for not one, but TWO fantastic summer camp options? Wonders welcomes children between 3 1/2 and 5 years old for a summer filled with projects, water days, cooking, arts + crafts, gardening, games, and more! They will hold a Camp Open House at Grace on Saturday, April…

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