Latvian school

Thank you for your interest in the Washington DC Latvian school! Our school's mission is to educate children in the Latvian culture, language and history in an atmosphere of Christian fellowship.

The 2021/2022 school year will begin on September 12, 2021 at 9:15am. Based on the changing nature of the Corona virus pandemic we cannot say with certainty at this time whether students, teachers and parents will be required to wear masks, but we can assure you that we are currently planning for an in-person school year. The DC Latvian school will follow the Corona virus safety procedures mandated by Montgomery County as well as the procedures and policies decided upon by Washington DC Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church council.

In order for us to adequately prepare for the 2021/2022 school year, it is important for us to put together class rosters and plan from there. Therefore, we ask that you complete the attached registration form and submit it electronically to dclatviesuskola@gmail.com no later than August 16, 2021.

If you would rather register by mail, please send completed registration forms and tuition checks to: DC Latvian School, 400 Hurley Ave., Rockville, MD 20850. Checks should be made out to: Latvian Lutheran Church of Washington DC.

We look forward to seeing you in September!

Daina Block

Tuition per semester is $150 per child for ages 4 to 14. (If there are more than 2 children from one family enrolled in the DC Latvian school, the tuition fee for the third child and each consective child ir $100.)

Zaķīšu playgroup tuition is $125 for the school year for ages 2 to 4.

Tuition payments can be made on the congregation's website by employing the "Donate" button.

*If paying the tuition creates financial hardship for your family please contact either blockdaina@gmail.com or our pastor, māc. Anita macanitavp@gmail.com

The school fee can be paid using PayPal. You don't have to have a personal PayPal account to use this. Enter the amount and use "Write a note" to provide detail of the payment.

A look back at the 2019/2020 school year