Admissions

Virtual Admissions Center

Virtual Admission Center

Welcome to Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences! For the safety of our students, faculty, and visitors, Barnesville School is unable to welcome guests to our campus at this time. Nevertheless, the Admission Office remains open and available to help you learn more about #TheBarnesvilleWay.

We look forward to sharing our mission of JOYful learning that helps students IMAGINE, EXPLORE, GROW & ACHIEVE.

Our Director of Admissions, Debbie Don, will guide you through our virtual visits, tuition and financial aid overview, and how to apply to Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences.
 

Alternatives to an On-Campus Visit

Schedule a Phone Meeting

We invite you to schedule a meeting with us over the phone. This one-on-one conversation is a great starting point in exploring Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences, and gives your family the time to ask direct and specific questions about our school.

Schedule a Virtual Visit

If you prefer a face-to-face conversation, schedule a virtual meeting with our admissions office. Once a time has been confirmed, we will send you details for the Zoom meeting where we will provide you a virtual introduction to Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences and answer any questions you may have.

View our Virtual Campus Tours

See highlights of our Preschool, Lower School, and Middle School programs from your own home!  Our virtual tours provide a peek into our curriculum, student life, and all that Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences has to offer.

Not sure where to start?

We are here to help! We encourage all interested families to reach out to our Admissions office at ddon@barnesvilleschool.org or 301.972.0341 to answer your initial questions and help you get started with your Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences journey!

Why Choose Barnesville School?

"Our granddaughter Sierra started attending Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences in 2017 and is currently a 4th-grade student.  Sierra was in the public school system before coming to Barnesville.  The reason for the transition was the personalized teaching that Barnesville could provide that the public schools could not.  The smaller class sizes, in our opinion, provide the students immediate feedback and an opportunity to challenge themselves and be pushed outside of their comfort zones.  Whether it’s public speaking, being active in the arts, or just simply greeting her classmates and school staff each morning, we have definitely seen Sierra flourish within Barnesville's nurturing environment."

- Gary W., Grandparent of Barnesville student Sierra H.

Barnesville School

21830 Peach Tree Road
PO Box 404
Barnesville, MD 20838
p: 301.972.0341