Melania and Barron have moved to the White House — here's the $40,000 private middle school Barron will attend this fall

Melania and Barron Trump moved into the White House on Sunday, a move they had delayed so that Barron could finish the year at his New York City-based day school rather than moving to Washington, D.C. right away.

Barron attended Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, an elite school located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan that runs students about $47,000 a year.

This fall, Barron will start school at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland.

Here's what we know about St. Andrew's:

Inside Barron Trump's new middle school
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Inside Barron Trump's new middle school

St. Andrew's was founded in 1978 on Episcopalian values. "Service is at the heart of the Christian life and is another hallmark of Episcopal identity," the school's site says.


For the 2016-17 school year, there were about 580 students enrolled.


Annual tuition is about $40,000.


Students go to chapel once a week.


It boasts impressive facilities, including a two-story library with 14,000 books.


It also has a theater with a light and sound booth ...


... and two full-turf fields.


Students have a foreign language requirement and can choose from Latin, Greek, Chinese, French, or Spanish.


Facilities are located on a huge 19-acre campus.


The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL) oversees education research at the school and has close relationships with faculty at Harvard and Johns Hopkins Graduate Schools of Education.


Notable alumni include Pierre Omidyar, founder of eBay, Nate Mitchell, cofounder of Oculus, and Whitney Cummings, an actress.

St. Andrew's Facebook

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