- Adventist Health: Lourie Center and Ridge School
- The Chelsea School
- The Children’s Guild
- Episcopal Center for Children
- The Foundation Schools
- The Ivymount School
- The Katherine Thomas School
- The Kingsbury Center
- The Lab School of Washington
- The Pathways Schools
- Phillips Programs for Children and Families
- Sheppard Pratt: Frost School, Forbush School and Oakmont Upper School
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The Baltimore Sun recently featured PHILLIPS Maryland’s campus and its innovative career program that teaches students to grow microgreens hydroponically. The program combines lessons in science, math, culinary arts and business to give students valuable skills and a taste for the exciting field of hydroponic gardening and alternative farming. Students will also be leveraging community partnerships to […]
Right Response™ is an effective and largely non-physical crisis prevention and intervention program used by schools, hospitals, correctional settings and other environments challenged by sudden and frequent behavior management crises. PHILLIPS Programs will be hosting a Right Response™ Trainer’s Training course, and is opening it to interested nonpublic school colleagues. The course will take place at […]
Congratulations to PHILLIPS Programs’ Trudy Bell for being recognized as a 2015 Washington Post Principal of Excellence! Ms. Bell has been guiding special education programming at PHILLIPS’ northern Virginia campus for more than 40 years, sharing her talents with hundreds of staff and thousands of students during that time. Read her Washington Post profile here.