Steward School

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The Steward School
Steward ontop Sheild blue.jpg
Address
11600 Gayton Road
Henrico, Virginia 23233
United States
Coordinates 37°36′44″N 77°37′21″W / 37.61222°N 77.62250°W / 37.61222; -77.62250Coordinates: 37°36′44″N 77°37′21″W / 37.61222°N 77.62250°W / 37.61222; -77.62250
Information
Type private day school
Head of school Dan Frank
Teaching staff 75.0 (on a FTE basis)
Grades PK-12
Enrollment 624 (2013-14)
Student to teacher ratio 8.1
Nickname Spartans
Website
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Founded in 1972, The Steward School is a private day school in the suburbs of Richmond, Virginia.

Campus[edit]

Located in western Henrico County on 37 acres (150,000 m2), Steward has five academic buildings, an athletic center, three athletic fields, a baseball field, and nine tennis courts

Athletics[edit]

Sports[edit]

The Steward School is currently supporting thirty-seven teams which range from varsity, junior varsity, middle school, and boys and girls or co-ed teams. Steward School participates in: soccer, basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, lacrosse, cross country, golf, field hockey, and cheerleading. All of the teams compete in either the Virginia Commonwealth Conference or the League of Independent Schools.

Facilities[edit]

The Athletic Center was completed in the summer of 2000. The new facility replaced the old gymnasium which was constructed in 1977. The Athletic Center is a 44,300 square feet (4,120 m2) facility with two gymnasium. One gymnasium is a multi-purpose gym and the other is a varsity court. The facility also has two class rooms, a weight room, a trainer's room, and seven locker rooms.

Steward School also has several outdoor facilities on campus. There are three athletic fields along with six tennis courts and a baseball stadium. Majority of the sports which Steward School participates in are played in the Athletic Center or on the outdoor facilities. The only sports which uses off campus facilities are the cross country teams, the golf team, and the swim/dive team.

State championships[edit]

  • Varsity Girls' Field Hockey. Division II 2001
  • Varsity Boys' Basketball. Division III 2003, 2004
  • Varsity Boys' Baseball. Division II 2014

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