Pres. Trump's son Barron set to begin 6th grade at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Md.

In this photo taken March 17, 2017, Barron Trump, with his father President Donald Trump and mother, first lady Melania Trump, disembark from Air Force One upon arrival at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Fla. First lady Melania Trump has announced that her son, Barron, will attend a private Episcopal school in Maryland beginning this fall. (AP File Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Flowers at the front of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School make it a welcoming entrance.

And in less than a month, President Trump’s youngest son, Barron, will put more eyes on the private school as he starts sixth grade.

“People are like oh the president’s son and everybody will be looking and stopping and Secret Service and limousines,” said Sharon Nagia, who lives nearby and runs Montgomery Sports Association camp right next to the private school.

She’s had some experience with the Secret Service.

“Well I actually didn’t realize they were in the camp until I saw these men walking around in and around my camp and I said what’s going on here and they said oh Vice President Biden’s grandson is at your camp,” said Nagia.

The school sent home a letter to parents in May, ensuring campus security and logistics will run as discreetly and smoothly for all families.

The school has not returned ABC7 News' call as we ask about traffic preparations.

Yan Yang lives right across the street.

“More traffic here,” said Yang. “My husband go to work, it’s going to be more difficult,” she said.

Parking is already tight around the school. On the back side, Harker Drive, a sign up warns that cars could be ticketed or towed.

St. Andrew’s is located right next to homes in Potomac, Maryland and Herbert Hoover Middle School is a next door neighbor.

No doubt, the first day of school will bring some jitters. But neighbors hope Montgomery County Police will help control the traffic.

“What’s going to happen is everyone will get used to it and it will be just like another day,” said Nagia.

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