Charlottesville Catholic School

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Coordinates: 38°3′15.8″N 78°27′30.3″W / 38.054389°N 78.458417°W / 38.054389; -78.458417

Charlottesville Catholic School
Charlottesville, Virginia
United States
Type Private school
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic Church
Established 1996
Principal Michael Riley
Enrollment 360 total
Campus City, 20 acres (81,000 m2)
3 buildings
Color(s) Blue, gold, and white
Athletics Basketball, lacrosse, tennis, volleyball, and cross country

Charlottesville Catholic School (CCS) is a private school under the jurisdiction of the Diocese Of Richmond. It is a day school for pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. The school is located on 49 acres (200,000 m2) in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States.


In mid-2007 the basement was converted into an expanded lunchroom, music room, computer "lab", art room and extra storage space (storage courtesy of Eagle Scout of troop 17). Also, the school is building a STEM lab that was finished in late summer 2016. In 2015, 2016, and 2017, the school executed their first "Read-a-Thon" that was led by the librarian, Michelle Banazak; students would get to stay for the night at the school. Also in 2005 and 2014, the school won the annual blue ribbon award.[citation needed]


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