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Thank you for your interest in Stuart Hall School!

To consider Stuart Hall School is to consider a life of curiosity, creativity, and contribution for your child. At our historic campus in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, education is rooted in personal attention and care for each student. With small class sizes, a faculty-to-student ratio of 1:10, and a comprehensive advisory program, Stuart Hall School offers an enriching program in which students grow into ethical, globally engaged adults, ready to make meaningful contributions to the world around them.

If this sounds like the school where your child might thrive, we encourage you to get in touch with us, schedule a visit, or begin your application. Our admission team is here to help you at every step of the application process! Stuart Hall School is now accepting boarding and day applications for the 2024-25 school year.
 

Stuart Hall is a really diverse, but inclusive place where you can explore your passions and make friends quickly and easily. - Kate G. '21

 

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Want to see what makes Stuart Hall so special?

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The Stuart Hall Difference:

What sets us apart?

  • Average class size: <15
  • Student-teacher ratio of 10:1
  • 100% college acceptance
  • Mastery Learning focus
  • Average collective merit scholarships earned by seniors: $3.8 mil
  • Student representation from five continents
  • Day student and 5 or 7 day boarding options
  • Located in a small, safe town in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley

The Admission Team

Tanya Farrell
Dean of Enrollment Management
540-213-7779

 

Nick Ellis
Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management
540-213-7743

 

Katherine Meier
Enrollment and Advancement Operations
540-213-2293

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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.