Students: 160 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Girls
Founded in 1914, Foxcroft School is a private girls-only school, located near Middleburg, Virginia. It is an independent college-prep day and boarding school for grades 9-12. Foxcroft is a small residential school with only 160 girls, 67% of which are boarding students.
It is known for rigorous academic standards with an emphasis on sciences and mathematics. It also has an extremely comprehensive equestrian program, and a total of fifteen athletic teams in nine sports.
Foxcroft is accredited by the National Association of Independent Schools and the Virginia Association of Independent Schools.
It is also a founding member of the National Coalition of Girl’s Schools. It’s tuition for the 2013-2014 year is $41,580 for day students and $49,400 for boarding students.
Boarding Schools in Virginia
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. ...
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 ...
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