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10.19.2017 at 8:46am
Only 2 days left to stop by the book fair! It is open during drop off, lunch, and dismissal. Don’t miss out!! 📚
"I am so grateful for a school that is focused on giving kids their best every day. Having our son attend Virginia Academy has been a wonderful experience. The academic challenge here is much greater than the private schools he has attended in the area. We were recently presented with a challenging dynamic, for which I was extremely pleased with the support and speed for which the teacher, principal, and even the headmaster intervened to provide. This level of caring and dedication from the teachers and administration helps both our child and our family know that we've chosen the right school. Thank you, Virginia Academy!"
Jon W. Lindberg, MBA, CAE, CEO
American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
Posted on June 10, 2017
This year, we graduated our first full class of seniors - 16 amazing young men and women from all around the world. They are headed to universities such as Vanderbilt, Fairleigh Dickinson, Penn State, Michigan State, Miami, Rutgers, James Madison, Radford, Shenandoah and more. Check out the full graduation ceremony here.
Posted on June 15, 2016
Virginia Academy first opened its doors in 1997 as a branch of Community Church. Our understanding is that God is the creator and sustainer of all things, the source of all truth; and therefore, all truth must be obtained from a Christ-centered position.
In 2012 we celebrated our 15th Anniversary. During the last decade, we have grown from a
Posted on August 28, 2014
Article by Anna Harris of the Loudoun-Times Mirror
The megalithic structure off Route 7 in Ashburn has heard the sermons, songs and prayers of the congregation that calls the building home.
But the non-denominational Community Church hosts an entirely different group of people when the summer days are over and the school bell rings.
Posted on February 4, 2014
In June of 2013, Danielle Nadler of the Leesburg Today wrote a great article highlighting our expansion into High School. Below is an excerpt from that article.
Sixteen years ago, when Fred and Judith Snowden first opened Virginia Academy as an academic preschool, they had their sights set on one day operating a high school.