Barron Trump will start school at St. Andrew's Episcopal School.
First Lady Melania Trump announced in May that her son Barron will start school this fall at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland.
Melania and Barron Trump moved into the White House on Sunday, which they had delayed so that Barron could finish the year at his New York City-based day school rather than moving to Washington, D.C. right away.
With an eye on first kids who were teenagers or young adults when their parents lived in the White House, as far back as President Richard Nixon, Business Insider took a look at elementary, middle, or high schools they attended.
Take a look below to see who attended prep schools in the nation's capitol, and who went elsewhere.
If Barron's $40,000-a-year tuition payment seems steep, it's nothing compared to the cost of secret service protection in New York City for the first family, which is estimated to be $1 million a day.
Sasha is a rising junior at the Washington, D.C.-based school that has educated multiple first kids. The Obamas have said they will stay in D.C. until Sasha graduates from high school. Sidwell costs students about $40,000 a year.
Malia graduated from Sidwell last spring, and announced she would take a gap year before starting college at Harvard University. She starts at Harvard in the fall.
The younger fraternal twin daughter of President George W. Bush, Jenna, attended Austin High School, a public high school in her town. President George W. Bush was elected to the presidency when Jenna was a high-school senior. She stayed local for college as well and attended UT Austin, where she graduated with an English degree.
The older fraternal twin daughter of President George W. Bush, Barbara also attended public Austin High School, then left her sister for the east coast and attended Yale University for college.
Though she attended public schools in Arkansas before her father, President Bill Clinton, was elected, Chelsea is another first kid who went to Sidwell Friends School.
Amy Carter, the youngest daughter of President Jimmy Carter, was nine years old when she moved into the White House. She attended D.C. Public Schools with large African-American populations, first attending Stevens Elementary School and then the Rose Hardy Middle School. The decision was was regarded as a highly symbolic act, according to the Baltimore Sun.
The oldest daughter of President Richard Nixon, Tricia attended Sidwell Friends School while her father was in office. After Nixon lost the election to JFK, the family left Washington, D.C., and she finished up schooling at all-girls school the Chapin School in Manhattan.
Julie Nixon, the youngest Nixon daughter, similarly attended Sidwell Friends School and then the Chapin School.