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Visit McLean

Visit McLean

You’ve had a front-row seat into your child’s interactions with teachers and classmates and their educational experience. Is school a place where your child merely survives? If your child is not thriving in school, we invite you to experience the transformative approach at McLean School. Connect with us to learn more about what makes McLean a place where bright college-bound students, including those with dyslexia, ADHD, anxiety, and organizational challenges can learn, grow, and thrive. It’s critically important for a child to be in a school that respects them for who they are, and supports their academic strengths and challenges. This has always been true for McLean. We’re looking forward to meeting you and moving forward together.

We prioritize the health and safety of all members of our community. In light of the increased transmissibility of COVID-19, we have adopted several new policies. All visitors (regardless of age) must show proof of either COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test (either antigen or PCR) administered within 72 hours prior to the visit. All visitors to campus will also receive an antigen test upon arrival. More information regarding this will be provided once you register to visit campus. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus. Thank you for your assistance in keeping our community safe.


Individual Tours

A member of the Admission Team would be delighted to connect with you and give you a tour of our campus and share more about McLean’s transformative approach to teaching. Please contact 240.395.0698 to schedule your tour.

Connect Virtually

Can’t make one of the above options? You can book a 30 minute time slot and connect directly with the Admission Team. You may also call 240.395.0698 or email admission@mcleanschool.org and we will be happy to have a conversation with  you. We look forward to connecting and learning more about your child.

Explore McLean Virtually

Want to see the vibrancy of campus from the comfort of your own home?