Hill School (Virginia)

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Coordinates: 38°57′55″N 77°44′06″W / 38.9654°N 77.7349°W / 38.9654; -77.7349

The Hill School
Middleburg, VA
Type Co-ed, Private
Motto Ad astra per aspera.
Established 1926
Headmaster Treavor Lord
Faculty 35
Enrollment 239
Average class size 12
Student to teacher ratio 7:1
Campus 137 acres (0.55 km2)
Color(s) Green & White
Mascot Lion

The Hill School (founded 1926) is a private school for kindergarten through grade eight located in Middleburg, Virginia.


The school's 137-acre (0.55 km2) campus includes three classroom buildings, an administrative building and library, a performing arts center, an art building, a music/lunchroom building, a natural sciences center, and an athletic center. Also on campus are a jogging trail, orchard, arboretum, five athletic fields, and several natural features including ponds, streams, and wetlands. The school's facilities serve as a community resource; many programs and teaching symposia are open to the public, and the theatre is open to community participation.

Faculty and Staff[edit]

The faculty has experience that ranges from 1 to 38 years and on average is about 14 years. The student to teacher ratio is 7:1. Kindergarten through third grade classrooms have two full-time homeroom teachers.

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