The Avalon School

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The Avalon School
200 West Diamond Ave
United States
Type Private, All-Male
Motto Duc in Altum
Religious affiliation(s) Independent Roman Catholic
Established 2003
President Richard McPherson
Headmaster Kevin Davern
Chaplain Roberto Amoruso FSCB
Grades K12
Average class size 15
Color(s) Black, Gold, and Red
Athletics football, soccer, cross country, basketball, baseball
Athletics conference

The Old Line Baseball Conference (OLBC) Mid Atlantic Christian Conference (MACC)

Metro Independent School Athletic League (MISAL)
Mascot Black Knights
Nickname Black Knights
Newspaper "The Chronicles"
CFO Tad Shields
Development Ellen Clifford
Asst Head Rollin James Hawley III
Admissions Sam Phillips
Athletics Patrick Duffy
Houses Jim Bostick

The Avalon School is a private independent day school for boys currently in Gaithersburg, Maryland, in the United States. It is associated with the Brookewood School, a private school for girls in Kensington, Maryland, and the Thomas More Institute, an umbrella program for homeschoolers.

Relations to Montgomery County Schools[edit]

The Avalon School follows Montgomery County snow day closings, delayed openings and early dismissals.

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Coordinates: 39°8′29.2″N 77°12′25.43″W / 39.141444°N 77.2070639°W / 39.141444; -77.2070639