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Kelley Lockard 18-19
March 1, 2023

WSG is devastated by the loss of our Principal, Kelley Lockard. Ms. Lockard was a dedicated educator at WSG for 17 years, making her among the longest-serving staff members in the history of the school, and was deeply committed to each student who passed through our doors.


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The Joyful Pursuit of Learning

Individualized and culturally responsive curriculum fosters curiosity.


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Grades 3-8 All-Scholarship

All accepted students receive a full scholarship.


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An Independent Catholic School

Founded ‘In the Spirit of Courageous Women’.


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WSG Class of 2019 Decisions: College Bound

When the Class of 2019 was promoted to high school nearly four years ago, they charted their own new paths. They enrolled at a variety of schools: from Catholic schools… READ MORE

A Reptile in Her Hands: Confidence and Experiential Learning

At the Washington School for Girls, we value experiential learning and the opportunity for students to be active participants in the classroom. When we adopted the balanced calendar model over… READ MORE


Student-to-teacher ratio means each student is known by her teachers.
65+ area high schools have accepted WSG alumnae, and the majority of students attend selective high schools.


of WSG alumnae have graduated from high school since its founding.
70% of students are Ward 7 & 8 residents. 30% reside in Prince George’s County, MD.
20+ Enrichment clubs offered each year during the Extended Day Program.