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Visit Maret! Our energy and opportunities extend well beyond 3000 Cathedral Avenue. With grades kindergarten through high school all on one campus, Maret is active from morning to night.
Walk around the Maret campus and you’ll readily notice how inclusive our community is!
A private independent, co-ed, college-prep school, Maret galvanizes the intellectual, analytical, creative, and physical capabilities of our students and equips them to excel in future academic endeavors.
We are extremely proud of our co-ed college prep program: 635 students, ages 5-18 (K-12) on a single in-city campus; vigorous and varied curriculum; extensive extracurricular activities.
Tour our Washington, DC campus; talk with students and parents; meet our Head of School and division directors; discuss classes with faculty; learn about applying, scholarships, and financial aid.
This comprehensive, multifaceted Davies Program supports students new to our high school. The Malone Program supports academically talented middle and upper school students.
Maret offers a K-12 college preparatory education in science, humanities, math, the arts, languages, and physical education.
Our multi-media/high technology Library and Center for Inquiry supports intellectual, aesthetic, physical, emotional, and moral learning.
The Case Institute for Curricular Innovation and Excellence encourages innovation and collaboration, helping Maret retain its status as one of Washington DC’s top schools.
Maret offers one of the very best visual arts programs in the Washington area, encouraging students to discover, celebrate, and share their unique creativity.
Maret is performance-oriented, showcasing burgeoning talent for appreciative audiences on campus and beyond.
Our All-School Art Show gives students the opportunity to display their masterpieces in a sprawling gallery-style setting.
Team sports, independent athletic pursuits, or traditional “PE” classes: fitness and health are essential components of Maret’s K-12 education.
The search is over! Maret has secured much-needed athletic field space through a public/private partnership with Jelleff Recreation Center in Georgetown.
Root, root, root for your favorite Maret team! You’ll find the comprehensive schedule of Frogs games here: search by team or by season.
Maret prepares students to become responsible, thoughtful, and well-informed adults who are able to actively improve their communities and the world.
Maret students enjoy more than 50 extracurricular clubs, sports, and activities.
Students and faculty embark on a fascinating week of “out of class” projects and trips for a week that stretches the mind…and rejuvenates the spirit.
Endowment is key to the successful completion of Maret’s vision for the future, providing a permanent stream of annual revenue for the School.
Yearly annual fund gifts support Maret’s dynamic education: our innovative core courses, responsive social curriculum, visual and performing arts, athletics and technology.
This annual festivity unites the entire Maret community, raising a critical 20% of the School’s financial aid funding.
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Dan Smith ‘02 returned to campus on April 25 to speak at the Slices of Science lecture series. His lecture was focused on comparing water use at Maret to schools in Ethiopia. Working with data collected in Mr. McGuiness’s Advanced Environmental Science class...
Kara Kaufman '08 spoke at the Slices of Science lecture series on February 5. She currently works with the Sierra Club, and also Maret's own Students for Evironmental Action club, to bring 25,000 people to the Forward on Climate rally in Washington, D.C. The rally will be the nation's largest ever rally on climate change.
Katherine Forsyth '09 returned to campus to speak at the Slices of Science lecture series. Katherine, currently at Carnegie Mellon University, spoke about how her approach to science at Maret, course selections, and self-discovery has led to the work she is currently engaged in. Her wide-ranging experiences in research have led her to a deeper understanding of and curiosity in viruses. It was nice to welcome Katherine back and to have our current students hear about her experiences.
Wiley Marsteller '12 returned to campus on Tue., Oct. 16 as a member of Elon University's all-male a cappella group, Rip Chord. The group sang a variety of songs, ranging from break dancing, to hip-hop tracks, to a medley of songs, and thoroughly entertained the audience.
Over 180 alumni, friends, and former faculty returned on Saturday, May 19 for Reunion 2012. We celebrated milestone reunions for the classes of 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, and 2007 and also reflected on 25 trips to Sanibel. You can see the entire photo album here.
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Maret School is thrilled to announce that Daniel Solomon ’78 has been selected as our inaugural Distinguished Alumni Award winner for 2012.
On Tuesday, May 1 alumni from five decades gathered to dedicate the Alumni Second Century Club Wall in the Activities Building. Led by Leslie Morgan Steiner '83 the Second Century Club surpassed its goals and is a tangible reminder of how our alumni are invested in the students of today.
It’s hard to believe that thirty years ago the Sanibel program started under the direction of Bob Caiola and John Peterson. This summer the 25th class will leave for the sunny, sandy shores of Sanibel. In honor of this momentous occasion we held a special Sanibel Alumni event on Saturday, May 19, during Alumni Reunion Weekend and the Fête Champêtre. You can see the slideshow from the event here.
James Whittle '99, a research scientist at the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, spoke at Slices of Science lecture series on Friday, Jan. 20. He spoke about what a career in Science really means and provided an inside look into life at our nation's top universities and research institutions.