Montgomery County Public
Some Montgomery County public schools are
considered to be among the best in the nation,
appearing regularly in national rankings such
as those produced by The Washington Post,
Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report.
Register your child for school
Children from 5 to 17 years old must attend
school in Maryland. Use the county’s School
Assignment Locator ( http://gis.mcpsmd.org/
SchoolAssignment Tool2/Index.xhtml) or call
240-314-4710 to determine which school your
children will attend. Then go to that school to
Parents need to provide proof of age, identity,county residency and immunizations for the childthey are registering. Also, bring report cards ifyour child previously attended a different school,or a copy of the current Individualized EducationProgram if your child is in a special educationprogram.
There are dozens of private schools inMontgomery County and Washington, D.C.,with programs emphasizing foreign languages,religious studies and college preparation. Findthe school that’s right for your kids by usingthe National Center for Education Statistics’search tool: nces.ed.gov/surveys/pss/privateschoolsearch.
After high school, a top-notch college education
is obtainable through these local options:
This public, open-admission community college
has campuses in Rockville, Germantown and
Takoma Park/Silver Spring. Serving 60,000
students, it offers more than 100 areas ofstudy, with a new science center at the Rockvillecampus, and an arts center with a 500-seattheater and dance studio at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring location.
Germantown Campus, 20271 Goldenrod Lane,
Germantown; Rockville Campus,; 51 Mannakee
St.,;Rockville; Takoma Park/Silver Spring
Campus,;7600 Takoma Ave.,;Takoma Park;
University of Maryland at
The state’s ;agship university has 37,000
students and 300 academic programs, and
is consistently ranked among the top public
universities by publications such as U.S. News &
World Report and Forbes.
The Universities at
This unique regional education center offersmore than 80 degree programs from ninestate universities at its Rockville campus, witha wide variety of day and night courses. Thecampus is popular among nontraditional studentsas a way to get an education more affordably andconveniently.
9601 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVEROCKVILLE, MD 20850
1.800.847.3330 | 202.452.1940
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