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ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Annandale Terrace Elementary School
7604 Herald St., Annandale; 703-658-5600
Grades: PreK-5
Students: 726 (as of June 2015)
Pyramid: Poe Middle School, Annandale High School
Special features, programs, and activities: Advanced Academics Level IV.

Bailey’s Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences
6111 Knollwood Drive, Falls Church; 703-575-6800.
Grades: PreK-2
Students: 765 in 2015

Baileys Upper Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences
6245 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, 703-503-2700
Grades: 3-5
Students: 568 in 2015
Special programs and activities: Magnet school offering partial immersion in the Spanish language, emphasis on the arts, Title I, Head Start, preschool special education.

Beech Tree Elementary School
3401 Beechtree Lane, Falls Church; 703-531-2600
Grades: PreK-5
Pyramid: Stuart High School
Students: 390 in 2016
Special programs and activities: Head Start, school-based Level IV Advanced Academics program, enhanced autism services, family center with parenting programs. Renovated in 2012.

Belvedere Elementary School
6540 Columbia Pike, Falls Church; 703-916-6800
Grades: K-5
Students: 716 in 2015
Pyramid: Stuart High School
Special programs: Outdoor classroom and learning trail, Advanced Academic Level IV Center, Head Start/Early Head Start, Title I Distinguished School.

Braddock Elementary School
7825 Heritage Drive, Annandale; 703-914-7300
Grades: K-5
Students: 879 in 2015
Pyramid: Annandale High School
Special programs and activities: Advanced Academics, professional learning communities; early childhood education, Title I.

Bren Mar Park Elementary School
6344 Beryl Road, Alexandria; 703-914-7200
Grades: PreK-5
Students: 537 in 2015
Pyramid: Annandale High School
Special programs and activities: Advanced Academic Services, Head Start/Early Head Start, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.

Camelot Elementary School
8100 Guinevere Drive, Annandale; 703-645-7000
Grades: PreK-6
Students: 710 in 2016
Pyramid: Falls Church High School
Special programs and activities: Advanced Academics Local Level IV, Head Start/Early Head Start, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, Global Plus.

Columbia Elementary School
6720 Alpine Drive, Annandale; 703-916-2500
Grades: K-5
Students: 471 in 2015)
Pyramid: Annandale High School
Special programs: Advanced Academics Level IV, adapted PE.

Glen Forest Elementary School
5829 Glen Forest Drive, Falls Church; 703-578-8000
Grades: K-5
Students: 1,065
Pyramid: Stuart High School
Special programs: Title I, family resource center, Head Start, positive behavior interventions.

Mason Crest Elementary School
3705 Crest Drive, Annandale; 571-226-2600
Grades: K-5
Students: 604 in January 2015
Pyramid: Annandale High School
Special programs: Advanced Academic Level IV program, national model professional learning community, Title I, early childhood education. Mason Crest opened in 2012.

North Springfield Elementary School
7602 Heming Court, Springfield; 703-658-5500
Grades: K-5
Students: 505 in January 2016
Pyramid: Annandale High School
Special programs: Head Start, early childhood special education.

Parklawn Elementary School
4116 Braddock Road, Alexandria; 703-914-6900
Grades: K-5
Students:  718 in 2015
Pyramid: Stuart High School
Special programs: Advanced Academics Level IV, adapted PE, Head Start/Early Head Start, National Title I Distinguished School, USDA Healthier Schools recognition.

Sleepy Hollow Elementary School
3333 Sleepy Hollow Road, Falls Church; 703-237-7000
Grades: K-5
Students 438 in 2016
Pyramid: Stuart High School
Special programs: Title I, adapted PE, world languages. 

Westlawn Elementary School  

3200 Westley Road, Falls Church; 703-241-5100.
Grades: K-6
Students: 832 in 2016
Pyramid: Falls Church High School
Special programs: Title I, Head Start, outdoor classroom. 

Weyanoke Elementary School
6520 Braddock Road, Alexandria; 703-813-5400
Grades: K-5
Students: 558 in 2016
PyramidAnnandale High School
Special programs and activities: Title I, Head Start.

Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts
3401 Hemlock Drive, Falls Church; 703-641-8200
Grades: K-6
Students: 507 in 2015
Pyramid: Falls Church High School
Special programs and activities: Title I, advanced strings. 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Glasgow Middle School
4101 Fairfax Parkway, Alexandria; 703-813-8700
Grades: 6-8
Students: 1,739 in 2016
Pyramid: Stuart High School
Special programs and activities: Advanced Academics Level IV Center, International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID).

Holmes Middle School
6525 Montrose St., Alexandria; 703-658-5900
Grades: 6-8
Students: 992 in 2016
Pyramid: Annandale High School
Special programs and activities: International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. AVID.

Jackson Middle School
3020 Gallows Road, Falls Church; 703-204-8100
Grades: 7-8
Students: 1,456 in 2016
Pyramid: Falls Church High School
Special programs and activities:  Advanced Academic Level IV Center, AVID, world languages.

Poe Middle School
7000 Cindy Lane, Annandale; 703-813-3800
Grades: 6-8
Students: 887 in 2016
Pyramid: Stuart High School/Stuart High School
Special programs and activities: International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. AVID.

HIGH SCHOOLS

Annandale High School
4700 Medford Drive, Annandale; 703-642-4100
Grades: 9-12
Students: 2,092 in 2016
Special programs and activities:  International Baccalaureate Program. AVID.

Falls Church High School
7521 Jaguar Trail, Falls Church; 703-207-4000
Grades: 9-12
Students: 1,956 in 2016
Special programs and activities:  Advanced Placement Diploma, AVID. career and technical education at the Falls Church Academy.

Stuart High School
3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church; 703-824-3900
Grades: 9-12
Students: 2,100 in 2016
Special programs and activities:  International Baccalaureate Program. AVID.

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
6560 Braddock Road, Alexandria; 703-750-8300
Grades: 9-12
Students: 1,781 in 2016
Special programs and activities: Advanced curriculum, state-of-the art labs, highly competitive admissions standards, draws students from throughout Northern Virginia.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Congressional School
3229 Sleepy Hollow Road, Falls Church; 703-533-9711
Grades: PreK-8, early childhood program - 6 week to 3-year-olds
Accreditation: Virginia Association of Independent Schools, AdvanceED
Tuition: $23,000-$26,500, depending on age.
Special features: Small class sizes, family involvement, behavior accountability plans, winter and spring break camps, summer camp.

Corpus Christi School  
Elementary Campus: 3301 Glen Carlyn Road, Falls Church, 703-820-7450
Early Childhood Center: 7506 St. Philips Court, Falls Church, 703-573-4570
Grades: PK2-8, early childhood program, full-day kindergarten
Accreditation: Virginia Catholic Education Association
Tuition: K-8 (based on one child) – Catholic-$5,995; military-$6,325; other faiths-$7,975. Preschool tuition varies depending on program chosen. Tuition assistance available.
Special features: Strong focus on language arts and math, middle school honors programs, Title 1, performing arts, morning and full-day preschool, shuttle bus between campuses, before and after-school care, Christmas/Easter/summer camps.

Pinecrest School
7209 Quiet Cove, Annandale; 703-354-3446
Grades: PreK-6
Accreditation: AdvanceED
Tuition: $14,850 (K-6)
Special features: Small class sizes, interdisciplinary and experiential learning, equestrian program.

Westminster School
3819 Gallows Road, Annandale; 703-256-3620
Grades: PreK-8
Accreditation: Virginia Association of Independent Schools
Tuition: $17,492-$22,137, depending on age.
Special features: Small class sizes, curriculum focuses on the classics and arts, strong drama program.

5 comments:

  1. Where's Columbia Elementary?

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  2. braddock elem could us a few updates,a new principal and a partial spanish immersion program make it a great school!

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  3. Columbia Elementary is right in the middle.

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  4. Belvedere Elementary's listing could use some corrections/updates.

    Our environmental education program goes beyond passive education of the students by engaging them in numerous projects completed by students of all ages throughout the year. That work has earned Belvedere a Silver Award from the National Wildlife Federation. Additionally, the state has recognized Belvedere as a Virginia Naturally school for its initiatives to increase environmental stewardship and awareness.

    Belvedere is also the first (and so far, only) International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme in the county. It’s a rigorous, transdisciplinary approach that incorporates active, concept-based learning, promotes healthy relationships, personal challenge, and responsibility. It helps students develop attitudes and skills that can help them succeed both academically and personally. More than just a curriculum or catch phrase, it’s a dynamic program that also requires ongoing review and fine-tuning by the teachers and administration to continue offering every student an excellent educational experience.

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