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All boarding, grades 9-12 in Alexandria, Virginia

The Washington Program


Students explore the city through four concentration areas, learning from and collaborating with experts from trailblazing, history-making organizations.
Freshmen gain a broad understanding of the city’s political structure, geography, and vast resources.
Sophomores get to know the program’s four concentrations: public policy, sustainability, cultural awareness, and entrepreneurship.
Juniors discover their passion and choose a concentration.
Seniors engage in a yearlong capstone project that culminates in a month-long off-campus externship – an opportunity to job shadow, research, or create.

Jeremy Goldstein, Director of the Washington Program.

Yes, the Washington Program will prepare students for life after high school. But more importantly, it will help them become thoughtful and innovative in their approach to the 21st century.

Concentration Areas

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Jeremy Goldstein  
Director of the Washington Program

Millie Smith
Assistant Director
Lucy Goldstein 
Cultural Awareness Coordinator 

Frank Phillips 

Cultural Awareness Coordinator 

Matt Fitzgerald
Entrepreneurship Coordinator

Helen Woolworth
Entrepreneurship Coordinator

Peter Goodnow 

Public Policy Coordinator

Stefanie Smith 
Public Policy Coordinator
Episcopal High School Since 1839
1200 North Quaker Lane Alexandria, Virginia 22302 | 703-933-3000