Trinity School at Meadow View is a classically based Christian school offering a rigorous humanities curriculum, advanced STEM classes and performance based arts. All students follow one, balanced curriculum that enables them to develop the intellectual habits they need for a lifetime of discovering truth, practicing goodness and creating beauty. Our community of learners is coed, but our classes are single sex, with no more than 20 students per classroom. This maximizes the ability of the individual student to learn well and to develop good friendships. Ours is also an ecumenical Christian culture marked by daily prayer and a moral order deeply rooted in Scripture and Christian tradition. Our ecumenism is a sign of Christian unity and one vital source of our common mission to serve God and our neighbors.
Trinity School at Meadow View
Our Lady of Mercy School
Our Lady of Mercy School, guided by the heritage of our Catholic faith, provides each student the opportunity to reach full potential of mind, body and spirit. Through daily exposure to individualized instructional environments, technology and innovative teaching methods, Mercy students learn to think, question, collaborate and lead in 21st century society.
Calvary Christian Academy
Calvary Christian Academy, an entity of Greater Mt. Calvary Holy Church, began operations in 1980 as a Nursery through Kindergarten program. In 1991, the church moved to 610 Rhode Island Avenue, NE. Bishop Alfred Owens, Jr. founded the elementary school in 1992, starting with a class of only 10 first grade students.
The primary purpose of Calvary Christian Academy is to use a holistic approach to teaching its students. The Academy assist parents in the spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional development of their child(ren). The philosophy is to motivate and impel students into becoming creative thinkers. We, the faculty and administration, interact with the students in such a way that learning becomes fun and activities become an integral part of their mental, emotional, and physical growth.
Dominion Christian School – Middle & Upper Campus
Dominion Christian School’s middle and upper school campus provides students with a rich liberal arts education that allows students to benefit from the time tested pedagogy and content of a classical education while enjoying the latest innovations offered by excellent independent schooling. For more information visit www.dominionschool.com.
Trinity Christian School
Trinity Christian School is a K-12, independent Christian school centrally located in Fairfax County, serving all of Northern Virginia.
Since its founding in 1987, Trinity has sought to educate the whole student by pursuing excellence for mind and heart. This necessarily involves the transmission of truth that engages the mind, grips the heart, and evokes a resonant response of service. Such knowledge encourages cohesive thinking and shapes godly character by establishing a consistent Christian worldview that is anchored in the creative, sustaining, and redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Our goal is that our students will be salt and light in their various vocations by living lives that challenge the prevailing culture and bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ by serving Him well in all places and at all times, whatever the cost.
In the forefront of this endeavor is a capable, committed, and Christian faculty, who encourage our students to think critically across the breadth of a rigorous curriculum. Our teachers strive to help each student be a good and faithful servant of God by thinking God’s thoughts after Him and by rightly interpreting and developing God’s creation for His glory according to His Word. The support of parents who consistently teach biblical knowledge in the home is an indispensable part of Trinity’s educational effort.
Divine Peace Lutheran School
Divine Peace Lutheran School provides full-day classes for kindergarten through eighth grade with after-school care and enrichment programs. The academic and faith-filled environment we provide for children cannot be found in our public school systems.
As a member of WELS, we operate the fourth largest private school system in the nation. We provide a safe and academically challenging environment for your child to learn and grow at a very affordable cost. Our Christian-based curriculum not only prepares your child for academic success, but also for life.
Washington Episcopal School
Washington Episcopal School challenges Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle School students to embrace academic rigor in an appropriately balanced and supportive environment. We are a diverse, inclusive community that respects individual differences, develops every child’s unique talents, and fosters learning inside and outside the classroom. Here, children stand out without burning out. WES graduates are kind, confident, and prepared.
RPCNS A Cooperative Nursery School
At RPCNS, we believe that children excel by learning through play in a safe, supporting, nurturing community.
RPCNS encourages children’s physical, social, and intellectual development to best prepare them for Kindergarten.
We offer classes for children aged 2, 3, and 4 under the guidance of an experienced Director and fully-licensed teachers. At RPCNS, families are encouraged to actively participate in their child’s classroom and school. We have a variety of commitment levels available and half-day or full day options.
Dominion Christian School – Lower School Campus
Dominion Christian School is a K through 12 classical Christian school serving the Northern Virginia area since 1996. We seek to kindle a love of learning in our students so that they are equipped to pursue truth and wisdom in all of life’s endeavors.
Dominion Christian School is committed to educating its students with “knowledge, truth, and wisdom” through the classical model. Dominion seeks to instill in each student a lifelong love of learning and to prepare each student for admission to selective colleges and universities. Dominion is a non-denominational, co-educational institution, currently enrolling approximately 200 students (2015), K-12.