Kellyanne Conway reportedly concerned about getting kids into Washington private school

Kellyanne Conway has been selected as a top adviser to Donald Trump and will be relocating to the Washington, D.C. area, reports The Hill.

She is said to be concerned about her children's education options in their new hometown, notes Page Six.

On Thursday, Page Six's Richard Johnson wrote that Conway fears , "...establishment elites in Washington, DC, are so prejudiced against President-elect Donald Trump that she won't be able to get her kids into private school in the nation's capital."

RELATED: Where the president's children go to school

She was reportedly in D.C. recently to visit schools and attended a concert at Englewood, New Jersey's Elisabeth Morrow School.

A source familiar with the event recalled, "...after the concert, all the parents converged on Kellyanne, congratulating and sucking up to her. Kellyanne is asking everyone with connections to DC schools for help."

During her visit to the nation's capital, Conway told Johnson, "I would not characterize myself as 'worried' so much as amused by the silence and sighs on the other end of the phone when friends and allies have made preliminary inquiries on our behalf."

Donald and Melania Trump are delaying their son Barron's move to the capital, according to the Washington Post. Both Melania and the 10-year-old boy will reportedly be staying in New York until the school year is over.

According to CNN, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, have been looking for real estate in D.C. Both are expected to serve the Trump administration in some capacity.

It is unclear when their move will occur and which schools they are hoping to see their children attend.