- Located in Charlottesville, Virginia
- 220 High school students
- Accredited through VAIS & SACS
- Average SAT:1113
- Honors courses available
- 99% graduating students accepted to college
- Advanced Placement courses offered
- Grades 9-12 offered
- Homestays available
- Fall or Spring admission
- ESL tutoring available
- SLEP minimum:45
- Small class size
- Strong emphasis on academics and college placement
- Located near prestigious University of Virginia
- 29 Athletic teams; 22 divisional state championships in our history
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and Singapore Math programs
- Nurturing academic environment
- Less than 2 hours away from Washington, DC
- Individualized college advising program
PLATINUM ($31,000 and above)
A Covenant education draws upon the deep foundations of traditional education as well as the best of contemporary instructional forms. The rigorous and thoughtfully designed academic and extracurricular program engages every dimension of the child: it forms a heart that honors God and desires truth, beauty, and goodness; it trains the mind to listen carefully, think critically, reason wisely, and articulate persuasively; and it shapes healthy habits and an integrative understanding of the physical, spiritual, and intellectual realms of life.
Historically, Our school has graduated young adults who gain admission to top universities and pursue advanced degrees and notable careers. Stand-out athletes and talented fine arts performers have also come from our ranks. Ultimately, Weseek to shape lives that succeed beyond the classroom, to help form young men and women who lead lives of humble leadership and service to God and others.
There, the Middle and Upper Schools enjoy a 96,000 square-foot, well-equipped facility built in 2002, with a performing arts center, gymnasium, and several athletic fields. Our enrollment has grown over the past twenty-seven years to more than 500 students, and the school is fully accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.