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Stephen Knolls School
10731 Saint Margarets Way, Wheaton, MD 20902
Stephen Knolls School is a Kensington public school that provides special education programming for special needsMore students between the ages if three and 21 years. The students enrolled at Stephen Knolls have a variety of cognitive and physical disabilities, some mild and some severe. The school stresses multidisciplinary education, providing supplemental services to cater to each student's individual needs.
Brookewood School
10401 Armory Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
Brookewood School  is an independent school for girls. Formed in 2006 by the Avalon Education Group, the BrookewoodMore School offers small class sizes so students can get a hands-on learning experience. The school is connected to St. Paul's United Methodist Church, but isn't part of the parish, nor any other diocese, despite the fact students study Catechism of the Catholic Church. Students also study English, math, science, art and music, and can choose from Italian, Latin or Spanish.
Spring Bilingual Montessori Academy
3514 Plyers Mill Rd, Kensington, MD 20895
Children two and a half to six years of age can attend Spring Bilingual Montessori Academy, which provides bilingualMore immersion for Spanish, French and Italian. The language of instruction is English, but an assistant will speak to students in a bilingual language of choice. Students also have foreign language sessions daily. Children must be toilet trained before being accepted to the school.
Debi Hammack - Drawing and Comic Book Art Lessons
3786 Howard Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
Debi Hammack is a freelance artist and comic book illustrator offering one-on-one and  group lessons for studentsMore in Kensington. Hammack offers personalized drawing lessons, teaching anatomy, perspective, layout and storytelling for students of all ages. To schedule an appointment, please visit the website.
Gaiser Insider Guitar Studio
3762 Howard Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
Founded by Sean Gaiser, Gaiser Insider Guitar Studio offers both private and group lessons in guitar, bass, keys, drumsMore and voice for all ages, including adults.  Instruments are provided for lessons, but students can bring their own to class.  Students who would like to record their own music can learn how to use two software programs, Pro Tools and Reason, to create their own CD. Summer rock camp is offered for aspiring musicians or kids who just want to have fun. The school believes in teaching students music they like and requests that they bring their own CDs or iPod to the first lesson.
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