Chantilly High School

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Chantilly High School
4201 Stringfellow Road


Coordinates38°52′50″N 77°24′23″W / 38.8805°N 77.4065°W / 38.8805; -77.4065Coordinates: 38°52′50″N 77°24′23″W / 38.8805°N 77.4065°W / 38.8805; -77.4065
School typePublic, high school
School districtFairfax County Public Schools
SuperintendentSteven Lockard
PrincipalDr. Scott Poole
Staffapproximately 356
Enrollment2,770[1] (2014-15)
Color(s)Purple and white          
Athletics conferenceConcorde District
Northern Region
RivalCentreville High School
Westfield High School
Oakton High School
NewspaperThe Purple Tide
Feeder schoolsFranklin Middle School
Rocky Run Middle School
Rachel Carson Middle School

Chantilly High School is a public high school in the Chantilly CDP in unincorporated Fairfax County, Virginia, United States.[2] It is part of the Fairfax County Public Schools system.


Chantilly was listed in Newsweek in 2003 as the 72nd-best[3] public high school in America.

Chantilly High School is home to Chantilly Academy, which provides vocational training for students in the school district who wish to become cooks, mechanics, or beauticians, or to work in the hotel, tourist or other trades.[4] A team from the Academy participates in the FIRST Robotics Competition.[5][6][not in citation given]

In 2016–2017, students at the school were 32.62% Asian, 13.59% Hispanic, 7% non-Hispanic black, 42.38% non-Hispanic white, and 4.41% other[7]

Test scores[edit]

Chantilly High School is a fully accredited high school based on the Standards of Learning tests in Virginia.[citation needed] The average SAT score in 2006 for Chantilly was 1628 (535 in Critical Reading, 565 in Math, and 528 in Writing).[citation needed] As of 2011, Chantilly High School students exceeded state average SOL scores for all major exam categories. [8][not in citation given]


Teacher scandals[edit]

In March 2006, Thomas Newlun, 53, a special education teacher, allegedly gave a small amount of marijuana to a 17-year-old student during a break between classes. Newlun was charged with distribution of marijuana to a minor, drug distribution on school property and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.[9]

On 11 January 2008, Spanish teacher Matthew McGuire was arrested on charges of using his computer to solicit sex with a minor. McGuire also coached track at Chantilly. Arlington County police said they arrested McGuire at his Alexandria home after investigating his online activities for several months. According to Alexandria court records, a detective posing as a 13-year-old girl named Jessica had several conversations with McGuire between March and December 2007.[10]

Notable alumni[edit]


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  2. ^ "Chantilly CDP, Virginia Archived 28 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine." United States Census Bureau. Retrieved on 30 April 2009.
  3. ^ Archived 15 July 2007 at the Wayback Machine Newsweek: 2003 List: The Top High Schools
  4. ^ Archived 27 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine Chantilly Academy – Courses
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  9. ^ Glod, Maria (21 March 2006). "Teacher Gave Drug To Teen, Police Say" – via
  10. ^ Vargas, Theresa (11 January 2008). "N.Va. Teacher Accused of Using Computer to Seek Sex With Teen" – via
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