Google Virtual Tour: Explore the Boyd School’s Aldie Campus

Google Trusted Photographer CertificationI recently created virtual tours for two locations of the Boyd School, which is a Montessori program in Fairfax and Loudoun county. According to Wikipedia, Montessori education is all about independence and freedom, and “respect for a child’s natural psychological development…” Apparently, according to Wikipedia, there are about 20,000 Montessori schools worldwide. In Northern Virginia, the Boyd School operates seven Montessori schools.

(I actually went to a Montessori school for grades 1-5 called Drew Model School, and really liked it, although at the time I didn’t know what a Montessori school was.)

Below you’ll find a virtual tour of the Boyd School’s Aldie campus, which I created out of 360 photographs. Use your mouse or trackpad, and the white arrows within the tour, to navigate through the classrooms at the Boyd School’s Aldie Campus.

After I finished creating this Google Virtual Tour, I was thrilled to see that the Boyd School wrote this blog post about the tour, and said such complimentary things about me :)

Will Marlow is the founder of Circle View Photos, the original Google Trusted Photography Partner in the Virginia, DC and Maryland region.  He creates virtual tours of businesses that are featured in Google Maps, Google Street View and Google Places. He is also a marketer who specializes in Google AdWords (certified), Google Analytics (certified), SEO, social media, and PR. Follow Will Marlow on Twitter or Like Circle View Photos on Facebook.

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