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  1. 24 feb 2022 · Barron Trump, Donald Trump's youngest son, has enrolled at Oxbridge Academy in Palm Beach, Florida. According to People, the private school announced, "We look forward to welcoming him into our school and community." The school's Director of Advancement, Scott Siegfried, went on to tell The Palm Beach Post that this is the first time ...

  2. 20 ago 2021 · Barron Trump to attend Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach. The school made the announcement on Thursday and stated that Baron will be a member of the Class of 2024.

  3. 3 set 2021 · BARRON Trump will have just completed his first two weeks at his new school, enjoying Impossible burgers for lunch and lessons in kindness. The former president's youngest son, 15, has enrolled in a $34,800-a-year private Palm Beach academy near Mar-a-Lago.

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  4. 24 ago 2021 · As kids across the country prepare to head back to school, it has been confirmed where Barron Trump will be getting educated during the bulk of his teen years. As confirmed by People,...

  5. 22 ott 2020 · According to the school's website, St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Md. sits on nearly 20 acres of land adjacent to Winston Churchill High School. The school has around 645 students, with a 6:1 teacher ratio to prioritize student learning and focus on engagement.

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  6. 27 ago 2022 · August 27, 2022. Barron Trump has taken root in Palm Beach, Florida, and enrolled in a private school at Oxbridge Academy. In a brief announcement released earlier this week, an elite school spokesman announced that Donald Trump’s youngest, 16, was enrolled as part of the 2024 class.

  7. 27 mar 2023 · After Trump left the White House, Barron has enrolled at Oxbridge Academy. The said academy is a Palm Beach academy located near Mar-a-Lago that is $34,800-a-year. In an interview with the People Magazine School Director of Advancement, Scott Siegfried said that “We look forward to welcoming him into our school and community.”