11931 Seven Locks Road
Potomc, MD 20854

Encouraging a lifelong love of learning!

As Potomac’s hidden gem, Geneva Day School provides exceptional classes and extraordinary programs for children aged 2 through kindergarten.

Join as a 2. . . This nurturing and innovative school grows with you. Many students maintain lifelong relationships and a number of graduates enroll their children to grant the gift of a Geneva education.

What creates such a following? The Geneva Method, which promotes student-led discovery of traditional pre-academics, stellar instruction from passionate, highly trained staff and inspiring settings in which to learn and play. . . . An irresistible formula.

Geneva’s enriching academic curriculum is powered by STEAM (science-technology-engineering-arts-math) and includes specialized art, environmental education, mindfulness, music and physical education. An “outdoor classroom” presides over gorgeous, Maryland Green School grounds, often visited by the very butterflies that serve as the school’s mascot.

Whether skipping stones at the nearby creek, conducting a science experiment, or painting according to artistic inspiration, Geneva students (and campers!) hold a lifelong love of learning in their hands. . . And hearts.

Grades: 2 years old-Kindergarten 
Gender: Co-ed
Total number of students: 165 
Average class size: 1218 – varies by age
Student/teacher ratio: 6:1 – varies by age 
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational 
Grade foreign language first offered: 3 years old 
Languages offered: Spanish, Chinese, and Sign Language
Lowest tuition for 5-day half-day students: $8,600 
Students receiving financial aid: 20% 
Uniform: No 
Bus transportation: No 
Teacher retention rate: 98% 
Accreditations/Affiliations: Maryland State Department of Education Office of Childcare, National Childcare Association, Maryland State Department of Education Office of Nonpublic Schools, Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education Certified Green School, Maryland State Childcare Association, National Association of Education for Young Children 
Founded: 1965