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    Barron Trump, with his father President Donald Trump and mother, first lady Melania Trump, disembark from Air Force One upon arrival at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Fla. on March 17.

WASHINGTON >> Barron Trump, President Donald Trump’s son, will attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Md., in the fall.

The 11-year-old is currently living in Manhattan with first lady Melania Trump, where he attends Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School on the Upper West Side. The two plan on moving to Washington.

“We are very excited for our son to attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School,” the first lady said in a statement. “It is known for its diverse community and commitment to academic excellence. The mission of St. Andrew’s is ‘to know and inspire each child in an inclusive community dedicated to exceptional teaching, learning, and service,’ all of which appealed to our family. We look forward to the coming school years at St. Andrew’s.”

No other presidential child has ever attended St. Andrew’s, The Washington Post reported. The school runs from prekindergarten through 12th grade and has just under 600 students.

It is located in the Washington suburb, 10 minutes outside the Potomac Village town center and roughly 30 minutes from the White House.

Barron’s older half sister will also be nearby. Tiffany Trump, Trump’s daughter from a previous marriage, will attend Georgetown Law School in the fall.

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama’s daughters attended the Sidwell Friends School in Northwest D.C., where several first families have sent their children, including President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton.

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