Who We Are
Stuart Hall School is an Episcopal day and boarding school in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia providing a college preparatory education for area day students in grades PreK-12 and boarding students from around the world in grades 8-12. Located on two campuses in Staunton and Verona, Virginia, our School enjoys a rich history of more than 170 years, while maintaining a progressive and forward-thinking program. We believe in and live by our mission to prepare students of all faiths for success in universities worldwide and for engaged lives of intellectual curiosity, creativity, and contribution.
As a part of our continuous focus on providing the premiere PreK-12 educational experience, our offerings as a small, independent school are extensive and include rigorous academics, Arts Emphasis and Math and Science Emphasis programs, an international focus, and 100% college placement to top colleges and universities every year.
A member of Episcopal Church Schools in the Diocese of Virginia, Stuart Hall is fully accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools, and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Episcopal Schools.
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Stuart Hall is a short one-hour drive from Charlottesville, Virginia, and a two-hour drive from Richmond, Virginia and Washington D.C. Our location offers a wealth of opportunity for cultural engagement with all the safety, security, and charm of this historic southern town.Southern Living
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Stuart Hall Students were accepted to some of the world's top universities in 2016. In addition, our seniors garnered nearly $4 million in merit scholarships to their respective schools. Find out where our students go every year.
Stuart Hall School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in its hiring procedures or in its administration of its educational policies, admissions, financial aid, or other social programs. It affords all faculty, staff, and students the rights and privileges that are generally made available at the School.