Students: N/A | Faculty: 72 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Boys
Blue Ridge School
The Blue Ridge School is an all-male school located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, about 20 miles from Charlottesville, Virginia. The school was originally founded in 1909 by the Reverend George Mayo, of the Virginia Episcopal Diocese.
Nowadays Blue Ridge School is a college prep boarding school for boys in grades 9-12. The school prides itself on a low average class size and student per teacher work load.
Blue Ridge also boasts a 100% college acceptance rate, including to schools such as Cornell, California-Irvine and the University of Virginia.
The school emphasizes the all-round development of each student, and offers excellent outdoor and athletic programs, with a wide range of activities available each semester.
Boarding Schools in Virginia
Episcopal High School, founded in 1839, is a co-ed college preparatory school located in Alexandria, Va. The 130-acre campus is located in close proximity to Washington, DC. The school is accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools and the ASCS. The student body is composed of 430 students resulting in a 6-to-1 student teacher ratio. Classroom sizes are small. Advanced placement courses are offered in many academic areas including, science, mathematics, literature and the arts. Episcopal offers a wide range ...
St. Anne’s-Belfield School was founded in 1910 and is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. The institution is a private boarding school whose intentions are to prepare the students, from pre-kindergarten through twelve grades, for post secondary college education. Originally two separate schools, St. Anne’s and Belfield, the institution were merged in 1975. St. Anne’s-Belfield houses both male and female students. Led by David S. Lourie, there is over 115 faculty members spanning 4 buildings and 49 acres of campus and is accredited by ...
The Miller School of Albemarle is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. It is a coeducational day and boarding school. About 60% of students board while 40% are day students. Students ranging in grades 8 through 12 and post graduate attend Miller. The Miller School was founded in 1878 with 33 originals students. It is one of the nation’s oldest coeducational boarding schools. Girls were first admitted in 1884. Currently, there are approximately 150 students enrolled. The average class size at Miller is 10:1. ...