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AGE 3-GRADE 8
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green acres school
11701 Danville Drive • North Bethesda, MD 20852 • 301-881-4100 • firstname.lastname@example.org • www.greenacres.org
Voted “Best K– 8 School” by
Bethesda Magazine’s readers in 2014
and named “A Top Vote Getter” in 2016
and 2018, Green Acres School is among
the nation’s foremost progressive
schools. Green Acres School ignites
a love of learning in every child,
providing students with meaningful,
rigorous challenges that empower
them to tap into their intellect, curiosity,
compassion, determination and innate
joy for learning.
Teachers at Green Acres are
experts in education and child
development. They skillfully blend innovation, brain research and tradition to help students
develop into determined makers and risk takers, and driven learners. Green Acres graduates find
success in high school, college and beyond, using their solid intellectual foundation, creativity and
strong ethical framework to emerge as leaders in a wide variety of disciplines.
Located on 15 wooded acres in North Bethesda, learning at Green Acres extends into the forest
and streams—particularly advantageous for STEAM learning across all divisions—playgrounds and
athletic fields. The school was named a Maryland Green School in 2015; its campus also features a
To register for an open house, go to www.greenacres.org/visit.
Empowering leaders to
serve with faith, intellect,
Sunday, October 14
12:00-2: 30 PM
Tuesday, October 16
8:00 - 10:00 am
Monday, November 12
8:00 - 10:00 am
A LEWIS CUP
A Green Acres education is hands on—not heads down.
Come discover how our progressive educational framework promotes
innovation, intellectual risk taking, and the confidence to approach the most
demanding of academic challenges with creativity and vigor.
Visit us this Fall!
Wed., Oct. 10, 8: 30-10 AM: Squish, Squash, Splash! (Ages 2-6)
Sun., Oct. 28, 1:30-3: 30 PM: Discovery Day at Green Acres
www.greenacres.org | 301.881.4100 | Age 3–Grade 8
The world’ s greatest
happen on the first try.
Why should it be any
different for students