Students: 230 | Faculty: 60 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
Christchurch School is a private boarding school located in Christchurch, Virginia. This beautiful school was founded in 1921 as an all boys school and later on became co-ed in the 70’s. With 230 students, Christchurch is known for its academics, winning sports teams.
The school’s teaching style includes a skill based curriculum rather than a content driven curriculum, giving its students the skills to succeed in college and in the working world.
Christchurch School is accredited by VAIS through the Virginia Council for Higher Education.
Tuition is $44,700 for boarding students, and $19,100 for day students. To learn more about being a Christchurch Seahorse, visit their website at www.christchurch.org.
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