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Germantown Elementary School
19110 Liberty Mill Rd, Germantown, MD 20874-1418
Germantown Elementary School is an educational institution that serves students from Kindergarten through to the 5thMore grade in the Germantown community. The school's media center is open to students at all times during the school day, provided they have received their teacher's permission and a media center pass; the media center has an open book exchange policy, allowing students to select a new book or magazine for reading each day. Germantown Elementary School offers parents the opportunity to help out by volunteering for any of a number of different activities and duties.
Messiah Lutheran Pre-School
13901 Clopper Rd, Germantown, MD 20874
Messiah Lutheran Pre-School is a private Christian school offering classes and programs for children ages 3 to 5. TheMore school offers daily programs and a comprehensive curriculum filled with math, science, art, social studies, language, music and Christian education. In addition, children spend chapel time with Messiah Lutheran's pastor. Class sizes range from 12-15 students. Tuition rates range from $195-$320 depending on the age of the child.
Lake Seneca Elementary School
13600 Wanegarden Dr, Germantown, MD 20874

The home of the Cougars, Lake Seneca Elementary is part of the Seneca Valley school system. It offers aMore pre-school education program and ESOL. The principal is Teri D. Johnson.

Valley Mill Kayak School
15101 Seneca Rd, Germantown, MD 20874
Valley Mill Kayak School offers indoor and outdoor beginner  whitewater kayak training lessons for novice kayakMore enthusiasts in the greater Washington, D.C., area. Students will first learn the kayaking fundamentals, then progress to learning the latest techniques. Outdoor lessons are held along the Potomac River in small groups led by trained professionals. This way, instructors may provide comprehensive, one-on-one instruction. Beginner kayakers may also choose to get their feet wet in one of this school's indoor or outdoor pool sessions. Information regarding fees and scheduling is available on the Valley Mill Kayak School website. This school shares a space with Valley Mill Boats.
Seneca Valley High School
19401 Crystal Rock Dr, Germantown, MD 20874

Seneca Valley High School was established in 1974 and was the first high school in Germantown. The home of theMore Screaming Eagles, the football team is one of the most accomplished in Maryland, winning the state title in 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1987, 1992 - 1994, 1997 - 1999 and 2002.

With approximately 1,357 students from 67 countries, Seneca Valley High School is very diverse. 

Alumni include such figures as NFL Arizona Cardinal Eric Drain and Mark Bryan, lead guitarist for Hootie and the Blowfish.

The school's colors are green and gold. The principal is Marc Cohen. 

Fox Chapel Elementary School
19315 Archdale Rd, Germantown, MD 20876
Fox Chapel Elementary School prides itself on implementing the Montgomery County curriculum through small groupMore instruction. One of the highlights of the Fox Chapel curriculum is the Balanced Literacy Program for all grades that works through a combination of small-group-guided reading instruction and independent reading. Other reading programs include William and Mary Reading Program, Junior Great Books and SOAR. Fox Chapel Elementary School is a part of the Clarksburg Cluster. The principal is Diana Zabetakis.
Great Seneca Sunoco
18001 Mateny Rd, Germantown, MD 20874
Sunoco is an American company that started in Pennsylvania and has since expanded tremendously. The Germantown locationMore has a full-service auto shop, a car wash and a convenience store. This station is located very close to Northwest High School and Great Seneca Creek Elementary School. 
St. Jude A.M.E. Church
11040 Brink Rd, Germantown, MD 20876
For more than 12 years, St. Jude A.M.E. Church offers worship services at Fox Chapel Elementary School. TheMore administrative offices are located on Brink Road, where summer services are held. Services return to the school each September. 
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