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Kingsview Middle School
18909 Kingsview Rd, Germantown, MD 20874
Built in 1997, Kingsview Middle School follows the PBIS program geared towards improving instructional and behavioralMore practices for students. Kingsview Middle School is part of the Northwest High School cluster, drawing student from Spark M. Matsunaga, Great Seneca Creek, and Ronald A. McNair elementary schools. The school mascot is the panther and the school colors are black and teal. The principal is Elizabeth Thomas.
Dr. Sally K. Ride Elementary School
21301 Seneca Crossing Dr, Germantown, MD 20876
A feeder school for Roberto Clemente and Martin Luther King middle schools, Dr. Sally K. Ride Elementary School is partMore of the Seneca Valley cluster. Like most schools in Montgomery County, Ride Elementary takes part in the Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) program to enhance positive behavior and quality learning environments. The school is named after former NASA astronaut Sally K. Ride. 
Northwest High School
13591 Richter Farm Rd, Germantown, MD 20874
The home of the Jaguars, Northwest High School opened in 1998. The school is led by Principal Lance Dempsey. 
Ronald McNair Elementary School
13881 Hopkins Rd, Germantown, MD 20874

The Ronald McNair Elementary School's mission statement says that the school is "passionate about challenging allMore students to soar towards success." The school is named after the late NASA astronaut Dr. Ronald McNair. 

A majority of the students move on to Kingsview Middle School. The principal of Ronald McNair Elementary School is Eileen Macfarlane. 

Roberto Clemente Middle School
18808 Waring Station Rd, Germantown, MD 20874
Roberto Clemente Middle School is part of the Northwest High School cluster. It has a specialized humanities andMore communication center program as well as a mathematics, science and computer science center program. The school is named after the famed Puerto Rican baseball player Roberto Clemente. The principal is Mrs. Khadija Barkley. 
Cedar Grove After School (Adventure Center Inc.)
24001 Ridge Rd, Germantown, MD 20876
Cedar Grove After School (Adventure Center Inc.) operates during the school year as a before- and after-school service.More Early morning snacks and afternoon activities are some of the services offered.
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.
Great Seneca Creek Elementary School
13010 Dairymaid Dr, Germantown, MD 20874
Part of the Montgomery County Public School System, Great Seneca Creek Elementary offers students a safe, rigorousMore learning environment. Located in Germantown, the school features a full cafeteria, auditorium, library and media center as well as numerous after-school clubs and activities. For more information, please contact the Great Seneca Creek Elementary School at the provided telephone number or visit its website.
Neelsville Middle School
11700 Neelsville Church Rd, Germantown, MD 20876

Neelsville Middle School is the home of the Knights. Like many schools in Montgomery County, Neelsville Middle SchoolMore works under the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program to improve the quality or teaching and childrens' behavior. In operation since 1997, the school is part of the Watkins Mill and Clarksburg clusters. The principal is Dana E. Davison.


Longview School Special Schools and Programs
13900 Bromfield Rd, Germantown, MD 20874

As one of the first all-black schools in Montgomery County, Longview was originally named the Emory GroveMore Consolidated Colored Elementary School. Since 1961, Longview has operated as  a special education school for disabled children. Longview's eight classrooms are staffed with a teacher and paraeducators. Students range from ages 5-21. 

Longview is located on the campus with Spark Matsunaga Elementary School. Therefore, Longview has integrated many of the same educational programs.