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School Profile

2023-24 Foxcroft at a Glance

Foxcroft combines the best of tradition with forward-thinking, cutting-edge programs, outstanding facilities, authentic community, leadership opportunities, and an understanding heart that, together, give girls a chance to explore their voice and to prepare for success in college and life.

We teach the way girls learn best: through interdisciplinary subjects, real-world problem solving, and collaboration.


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boarding students


day students



faculty:student ratio


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150 students


20 states
& 18 countries



academic concentrations


years of traditions


uncommonly beautiful acres


Our School

  • Girls' boarding and day school
  • Founded in 1914 by Charlotte Haxall Noland
  • Grades 9-12 and postgraduate
  • Located in Middleburg, Virginia (43 miles from Washington, D.C.)
  • 500-acre campus

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Our Students

  • 150 students
  • 20 states and Washington, D.C. represented
  • 17 countries in addition to the U.S. represented
  • 81% boarding students
  • 19% day students
  • 23% U.S. students of color
  • 20% international students

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Our Faculty

  • 30 faculty members
  • 12 additional instructors and coaches for videography, music, riding, or varsity & JV sports
  • 70% of faculty hold advanced degrees
  • 93% of faculty and administrators live on campus
  • 20% faculty of color

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Academic Program

  • 69-73 courses in 6 disciplines,
  • 17 primary Advanced Placement and post-AP courses; Additional AP classes are offered through One Schoolhouse, an online educational partner.
  • 15 students per class (average)
  • 1:5 faculty:student ratio

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Athletic Program

  • 16 interscholastic teams in 10 sports, including riding
  • VISAA Division II Champions, Girls Lacrosse (2014, 2015)
  • VISAA Division II Runners-up, Girls Field Hockey (2012, 2013, 2015, 2018)
  • VISAA Division II Runners-up, Girls Lacrosse (2013, 2016)

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Riding Program

  • IEA Hunt Seat National Upper School Team Finals, 10th (2014)
  • IEA Regional Team Champions (2019) & Reserve Champions (2020, 2021)
  • IEA Regional Team Finals qualification (2015-2022)

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Signature Programs

  • Inquiry-based STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) courses are taught how girls learn best
  • Academic Concentrations available in 4 areas: Fine Arts, Humanities, STEM, and Integrated Studies
  • Nationally known riding program
  • Exceptional Proficiency program gives students flexibility to pursue their passions away from school while keeping up with their studies
  • Strong history of traditions dating back to the School's founding

Discover The Foxcroft Difference


Our Promises

  • Unique learning experiences in and out of the classroom
  • An uncommonly beautiful setting in which to learn, grow, and thrive
  • A residential community of understanding hearts
  • A lifetime of friendships and global connections

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Financial Information

  • Endowment: approximately $95.4 million as of 6/30/23
  • Boarding tuition: $72,300
  • Day tuition: $51,500
  • International tuition: $77,300 (including fees)
  • 51% of students receive financial aid
  • The Foxcroft Circle (Annual Fund): $1 million
  • Budgeted annual operating income for a typical year: Tuition and fees cover 55%, Endowment draw covers 36%, The Foxcroft Circle covers 7%, Auxiliary programs such as camps and rentals cover 2%
  • Building for Our Future Campaign: $65 million capital campaign for the renovation of Schoolhouse and the Music Building and the construction of the Mars STEAM Wing and the Ruth T. Bedford 1932 Performing Arts Center

Foxcroft's future is bright, guided by strong leadership and a Board of Trustees that keeps our North Star — our students — at the forefront of all we do.

Accreditations & Memberships

Foxcroft School is accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools (VAIS) through the Virginia Council for Private Education (VCPE).