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    Varsity Baseball and Softball Teams Win MAC/ISL Season Title

    Congratulations to our varsity baseball team, which won the MAC regular season title, defeating Georgetown Day with a score of 11-0. The boys played extremely well on their Senior Day. While the Panthers have achieved seven baseball league titles, this is the first time since 1996 that Potomac has won the regular season title outright. The team beat Maret 4-3 in the MAC semi-finals and will play St. James in the finals.

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    Students Perform On-Site Research in Costa Rica

    A group of 10 sophomores and two teachers with an interest in marine biology spent nine learning-filled days in Costa Rica over Spring Break. These adventure seekers joined with Ecology Project International and partnered with field researchers during an investigation of rainforest frogs and the nesting habits of leatherback turtles. Their work took them through the Veragua Rainforest, on a visit to the Pacuare Reserve, and to Cahuita National Park for a snorkel!

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    The Mentorship Edge: Connections that Count

    In The Odyssey, a character named Mentor advises the young, directionless Telemachus in his quest to find his father. He is the embodiment of wisdom and a conduit for menos – the Greek word for strength and spirit. 

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    Meet Board Chair Marjorie Brennan

    Marjorie Brennan, MD, is a physician specializing in pediatric anesthesiology at Children's National and an assistant professor of anesthesiology and pain management at GW University. A nationally known speaker on issues of health equity ...

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    By the Numbers

    Co-Ed

    K-12 program

    Beautiful

    90-acre campus

    1,060 Students

    in four divisions

    26 Sports

    72 athletic teams

    $4.8 million

    in need-based aid

    22

    neighborhood bus routes serving Virginia, DC, and Maryland

    10

    shuttle bus routes providing services in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings

    Rated #1

    independent school in Virginia