The best way to get to know our School is to experience it through a visit or a tour. Schedule a tour or visit to campus to see the MICDS community in action!
Virtual tour options are available at the links below.
While we are currently offering in-person admission events, these plans are subject to change pending the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visit Lower School
Get to know the Ronald S. Beasley Lower School early childhood and elementary programs through open house tours and play dates. Virtual tours are also available. Sign up using the button below!
Visit Middle School
Discover all that our Middle School for grades 5-8 has to offer! Prospective students and parents to grades 5-8 may schedule an in-person family campus tour. Prospective students to grades 7 and 8 may shadow a current MICDS student to visit classes in action and tour the campus. Parent tours are offered at the same time as the visit. Sign up for an in-person tour/visit using the button below! Virtual options are also available (scroll down).
Visit Upper School
Visit our Upper School to learn about our 9-12th grade program and community! Prospective students may shadow a current MICDS student to visit classes in action, tour the campus, and have lunch! Parent tours are offered at the same time as the visit. Virtual options are also available. Sign up using the button below!
All campuses share access to the STEM facility, McDonnell Athletic Center, athletic fields and Olympic-sized pool. Each division has its own dedicated library and dining hall. Learn more about our facilities here.
Also, if your family would like to come to campus for a stroll or perhaps even a jog, you are welcome here. Our outdoor campus is open to visitors, especially during evenings and weekends. Please observe social distancing protocols, and veer away from any athletic events in the event there are spectator limitations.
"When visitors come to MICDS, the first thing they notice is how wonderful our campus is. Between the gardens, fields, and architecture, a lot goes into keeping our learning space beautiful. But what people often overlook when they visit us is how intertwined our community is. Yes, we are fortunate enough to have these tall buildings and cool technology, but the real thing that makes MICDS what it is is our community. We have sports, spirit weeks, after-school activities, and arts. With everything going on, the campus is practically busy 24/7. From early, early hours in the morning to late hours at night, we are all here to help each other succeed, and that’s what I love most about MICDS."Amelia Markwell ’22MICDS Upper Schooler