On Saturday, it was formally announced that the Trump family has found a school in Potomac, Md., for Barron Trump — the President Trump’s youngest son — to attend during the fall.
Washington Examiner reports:
The first son, who is currently 11 years old and going into middle school, will attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland.
The decision is a departure from recent first family’s choice of school for their young kids if they stayed in the D.C.-area. Sasha and Malia Obama and Chelsea Clinton attended Sidwell Friends, a Quaker school in Bethesda, Md.
According to the school’s official website, St. Andrews Episcopal has a student to teacher ratio of 7:1 with an overall current enrollment of only 580 students.
The Daily Caller reported that if Barron were to complete middle school at St. Andrew’s, he would be required to take part in multiple “service learning activities.” One of which includes a two-day trip to work in a soup kitchen at a church in Washington.
Not unusual for private schools, St. Andrew’s also requires 20 hours of community service for high schoolers in 9th through 11th grades. Sixty hours are required of 12th graders.Share on Facebook