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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!
Maret is a vibrant K-12, co-educational, independent school in Washington, DC. We ignite our students’ potential and foster their academic, artistic, and athletic talents. We develop the mind, nurture curiosity, welcome challenge, embrace joy, and build community that is equitable and inclusive.
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’s academics challenge students to think – and do – in responsible, relevant, and revelatory ways.
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.
Students graduates with the knowledge, skills, experiences, and sense of responsibility to meaningfully connect with wider community.
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.
Completing Maret's Strategic Plan, including Campus Enhancements and increased Endowment.
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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The Upper School put on a fantastic production of Almost, Maine by John Cariani on Nov. 15-17. The play intertwined scenes of love, loss, and hope, creating a magical story of young lives intersecting on a cold, winter night in northern Maine. See photos HERE.
Be sure and use these Summer Reading and Parent Health Forms links, where info is posted for your convenience.
Openings in Maret's Summer Programs are still available. Read more and download application.
New: July 30 - August 3: Girls Premier Soccer Camp (Ages 9-14)
Summer community read: Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Katherine Boo and The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster.
Learn more about Maret's K-12 local-to-global experience, with programs on campus, in DC, and throughout the nation and the world.
The Annual Woodley Seminar series will feature a wide array of notable guest speakers and interesting topics over the course of three weeks.
Congratulations to the baseball team on winning the D.C. Baseball Classic at National Park! Read The Washington Post article here and view photos here.
Students in the Upper School participated in the National Day of Silence on Friday, April 20, a day of action sponsored by GLSEN (Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network).
The Middle School hosted an entertaining variety show on April 27 that showcased great talent from grades five through eight.
Maret celebrated its annual Environmental Spirit Week with a series of events designed to reach across divisions and to bring greater environmental awareness.