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Now enrolling for 2013-14
Although the application deadline has passed, we continue to accept applications at this time.

As you explore our website, we invite you to consider the academic, artistic and athletic possibilities for your child.

In an all-inclusive community dedicated to educating the whole child in mind, body and spirit, we want you and your family to experience what our school has to offer. The best way to do that is to schedule a tour of our picturesque 140-acre campus located in historic Sandy Spring, Maryland.

Feel free to contact the Admission Office at 301-774-7455 or via email at admission@ssfs.org. We are happy to speak with you regarding the Admission process and welcome the opportunity to meet you in person.

Yasmin McGinnis, Director of Enrollment Management
Upper School Admission, Grades 9-12, ext. 182
Bill Mena, Director of International and Boarding Admission, ext. 163
Suzannah Hopkins, Director of Lower and Middle School Admission, Grades PK-8, ext. 106
Dawn Griffith, Director of Financial Aid, ext. 231
Karen Finkel, Admissions Coordinator, ext. 208

Admission Office
Sandy Spring Friends School
16923 Norwood Road
Sandy Spring, MD 20860
Phone: (301) 774-7455
Admission Fax: 301-576-8664
E-mail: admission@ssfs.org

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Sandy Spring Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, or a person's status as a qualified candidate with a disability in administration of its educational program, admission policies, financial aid program, staff hiring and other school-administered programs. However, special consideration may be given to members of The Religious Society of Friends.