22 Sep 2015

Local Politics:

Hill Residents’ Blog EducationDC.net Keeps You in the Know

Here on Capitol Hill, conversations between neighbors vary between a few safe topics. We talk about our pets, our kids, our gardens, our favorite restaurants and such. With elections (always) on the horizon, it’s best to stay away from politics. Money is ok as long as you keep the conversation to real estate prices, climbing tax bills […]

24 Apr 2015


Maury’s ThinkTank & STEM Expo is Tuesday 4/28! (With BATS!!)

There are so many great things about living on the Hill; however, one of the best ones has to be the wonderful community of parents and teachers at our elementary, middle, and high school level. They work incredibly hard and bring out the best in our kids – and they also make great things happen! […]

11 Mar 2015


School Auctions: Capitol Hill Montessori’s Very Dangerous Idea

Oh yes. I do mean dangerous. I had to spend some time doing research and active exploration in the Capitol Hill Montessori auction site in order to write this post, you see. Maria Montessori would be so proud of me! I meant to just spend about five minutes perusing the many different kinds of auction […]

13 Jan 2015


Have a School Auction Coming Up? Tell us!

It’s almost auction season for schools around the Hill. Auctions are a great way to party with current and future parents, as well as a chance to get great items. Most Hill businesses donate all manner of great goodies, so it pays to attend one of these many soirees. Watch this space for information, tickets, […]

12 Jan 2015


Lost Capitol Hill: The First Navy Yard Neighborhood School

The Navy Yard neighborhood of Capitol Hill was the first real neighborhood to develop in D.C. While the city as a whole existed entirely to support the new Federal government and was therefore full of clerks, this neighborhood was there for the Navy Yard and so here lived all those needed to build and repair […]

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