Our School is founded in the Episcopal tradition of compassion, care, and courage. Our shared resolve to support one another in promoting safety and transitioning bravely to distance learning is both humbling and emboldening, and I thank each of you for your efforts. We are acutely aware of the challenges for families, and we are committed to entering this time in a thoughtful, responsive, and understanding manner.

The situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve rapidly. We recognize that whatever our plans, we may need to adapt and make changes quickly. Know that we will continue to update you as we learn more.

We at School will continue to provide resources on this page to help you support your children. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have additional questions or concerns.

–Andrea Weiss, Head of School



The academic leadership subgroups of the Pandemic Response Task Force developed three models for teaching and learning next year. We are prepared to “mix and match” our models to deliver the safest and most robust curricular program to our students. We will continue to refine these models across the summer, reflecting on our distance learning work to date, in order to select and deploy as robustly as possible the model required as circumstances dictate.

You can view the full Return to School Plan here >>


All students and teachers return to campus, with modifications to integrate enhanced health and safety procedures.

School will only fully reopen if the state of Maryland allows 15 or more people in a space.

All students and teachers work and learn remotely, with a special plan for Program for Young Children.

The School will pursue VDTL if stay-at-home/safer-at-home orders are still mandated by the state.

View our VDTL Plan >>

Students and teachers will operate in cycles of VDTL and place-based learning. PYC through Fifth Grade students will be given on-campus priority.

The School will use a hybrid model if the state of Maryland restricts students to less than 15 in a classroom.