Falls Church Private School

Find Falls Church Virginia private schools, independent, parochial, religious and non-religious affiliated charter schools, boarding schools, christian schools, preparatory prep schools, and accredited private k-12, middle schools, and high schools. Private schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.

Congressional School 3229 Sleepy Hollow Road Falls Church VA 22042 703-533-9711

Corpus Christi School 3301 Glen Carlyn Road Falls Church VA 22041 703-820-7450

Corpus Christi School and Camp 7506 Saint Phillips Court Falls Church VA 22042 703-573-4570

Early Years Montessori School 3241 Brush Drive Falls Church VA 22042 703-237-0264

Falls Church Episcopal Day School 115 E Fairfax St Falls Church VA 22046 703-534-8687

Grace Lutheran School 3233 Annandale Road Falls Church VA 22042 703-534-5517

Kaye Kare 384 N Washington St Falls Church VA 22046 703-237-9454

Montessori Children's Center 6103 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church VA 22044 703-237-0266

Montessori School-Holmes Run 3335 Annandale Road Falls Church VA 22042 703-573-7599

St James Catholic School 830 W Broad St Falls Church VA 22046 703-533-1182

Trinity School at Meadow View 2849 Meadow View Road Falls Church VA 22042 703-876-1920

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What is a Private School?

A private school is an independent educational institution which does not receive funding from public sources or the government. Families who send their children to private schools including parochial, religious, or boarding schools must pay tuition. Some private schools offer scholarships for qualified students with financial needs.

Most private schools are Christian or Catholic schools, but they may also be non-religious charter schools, as well as preparatory (prep schools) schools, or private K-12, middle schools and high schools. These schools are not required to meet the accreditation standards of public schools and instead operate under various accreditation guidelines. Charter schools, in particular, are often focused on meeting the needs of a specific group of students, and their curricula may differ substantially from that of nearby public schools in the same local area.