Eleven-year-old Barron is finishing the current school year at a private institution in New York City.
St. Andrew's Head of School Robert Kosasky and Rodney Glasgow, head of the middle school and chief diversity officer, wrote a letter to St. Andrew's families confirming that the young Trump will become a member of the Class of 2024, CNN reported.
It's said Mrs. Trump selected St. Andrew's as her son's next school as it's known for having a diverse community and is committed to academic excellence.
After costing the New York Police Department approximately 6,000 a day for protection - and inspiring a petition demanding they move into the White House - Melania and Barron Trump are finally coming to Washington DC.
But the White House has insisted that Melania only stayed in NY so that Barron could finish up his academic year at his current school.
St. Andrew's is located in the wealthy enclave of Potomac, about 17 miles northwest of the White House and a 30-minute drive in light traffic. In 2011 it opened its Center for Transformational Teaching and Learning with partner Johns Hopkins University to help instructors apply the best research, on learning and the brain, to teaching. So did President Barack Obama's daughters, Malia and Sasha.
St. Andrew's is a coed, college-preparatory Episcopal school founded in 1978.
"When the public schools are inferior or torn by strife", said Carter, "their children go to exclusive private schools". Annual tuition for grades six through eight is $38,590, according to the school's website. The Obamas chose to stay in Washington after leaving the White House so she could finish high school at Sidwell.
The daughters of President George W. Bush were college-aged by the time their father came to D.C., and the children of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush were all adults when their fathers were elected. Trump's eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, converted to Judaism, and she and her husband, Jared Kushner, who moved to Washington to serve in the administration, send their young children to two Jewish schools.
And if the president and First Lady went their separate ways on Mother's Day, they appeared together Friday, smiling and even exchanging a kiss, at the White House for a Mother's Day celebration for military spouses.
So is it a good or a bad thing to be the school that the president's child attends?