President's Park offers students and educators a number of opportunities to explore the political and cultural history of the United States of America. As a home, an office, and a showplace for American craftsmanship, the White House mirrors and magnifies broad social trends. It is also a popular location for individuals and causes to petition the government, a hallmark of the American democratic experiment.
President's Park staff and park partners offer several school programs to help students better understand the symbolic and political role of the White House. Plan a field trip and learn more information on these student programs.
President's Park also welcomes teachers from across the country to workshops held on a variety of topics. Educators interested in learning more about currently available teacher programs should visit our teacher workshops page.
To inquire about availability of either a student program or teacher workshop, please e-mail your request or contact an education team member at 202-208-1631. Please note that enrolling in or inquiring about an education program at President's Park is unrelated to making arrangements to tour the White House.