Students: 308 | Faculty: 50 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Girls
The Madeira School
The student population is 308 girls from 14 different countries, with 52% boarding and 48% day students.
There are 37 faculty members allowing for a 8:1 student teacher ratio.
The average class size is 12.
The school hosts a unique co-curriculum program allowing the students to perform service, citizen and leader internships within the local Washington DC area.
Tuition is 52,710.00 for boarding students and 39,830.00 for day students.
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