Where do SPS students live?
In the historic Lane-Johnston Building at St. Albans School on the grounds of the Washington National Cathedral, in the heart of Washington, D.C.
You will be paired with a roommate from another part of the country (or the world), and from your dorm, you can explore the iconic Washington National Cathedral, as well as its 59-acre campus, with its parks and schools, as well as a popular on-campus cafe. As the program continues, you will also be introduced to the beautiful neighborhoods nearby, including historic Georgetown.
Where do the students eat?
Campus dining is served in the communal hall known as the Refectory.
You will share communal meals with students and faculty in a dining hall, known on campus as the Refectory, that past SPS students say reminds them of Hogwarts. The communal meals provide a great opportunity to continue conversations from the classrooms and connect with fellow students in a less formal setting. We also provide meals on-the-go to accommodate our travel schedule.