Where every president's kid has attended school since the Kennedys

As was apparent in the 2016 election, a presidential campaign is a long, grueling process for candidates, campaign staffs and family members alike.

Once a presidential candidate finally win the general election, the soon-to-be first family then faces an entirely new wave of changes centered around building a new life in Washington D.C. First kids, the sons and daughters of the White House, are not left out of this transitional equation.

Going back as far as the Kennedy kids, take a look at where every presidential child has attended school -- both in Washington and in their college years:

Post-election win, President-elect Trump announced that wife Melania and their 10-year-old son, Barron, will remain in their New York City home through the end of the year so Barron can finish the school year.

Barron attends Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. In true Trump fashion, the decision to keep Barron at the elite $47,000 a year runs counter to what most first children experienced in transitioning to the famous Sidwell Friends School as their fathers transitioned to the Oval Office.