Congressional School is a co-ed, private day school on a 40-acre campus in Falls Church, Virginia. Our youngest children on campus are our infants and toddlers in Early Childhood. From there, they progress into our academic program for preschool through eighth grade. No matter the age, our goal is to prepare young learners for future success through strong foundations, inspiring them to question, collaborate, create, and lead.
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Saturday, January 8 at 9:00 AM - Virtual
Tuesday, January 11 at 9:00 AM - Virtual
WHAT AGE ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
(Infants - Age 3)
(Preschool - Grade 2)
(Grades 3 - 4)
(Grades 5 - 8)
Acre Campus Inside the Beltway
Typical Number of Students per Classroom
Average Minutes of Fine Arts Education Per Week
After School Activities and Extended Hours Program
CHALLENGING, ADVANCED CURRICULUM
Our students probe deeper than "Who?" "What?" and "Where?" to ask "How?" and "Why?" Far more than short-term recall, a Congressional education builds long-term understanding. Our advanced curriculum challenges students to discover their potential.
WHERE KIDS CAN BE KIDS FOR LONGER
From cradle to grade 8, the students of Congressional benefit from a constant focus on them and their needs. Congressional's infant through grade 8 model allows students to remain children for longer without the influences or pressures of high school.
OUR 5 CORE VALUES INFUSED EVERY DAY
We believe that strong character is essential to being a great thinker and leader. These core values reflect our aspirations as individuals and as a community.
"We chose Congressional mainly because of the community, the small school size, and also the values that we saw that the teachers are passing along to the students. And that's the same thing that made us stay; my children were challenged and they were taught values as well."
-Bhuvana Ratnapuri, Alumni Parent '15 '17
THINKING ABOUT FINANCES?
So do our parents.
Finances are one of the larger considerations when choosing the right school for your child. Take 2 minutes and hear what some other parents had to say when asked to be transparent about finances.
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