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You may or may not already know that one of the area’s most prestigious private schools is going to call Loudoun their new home. Here is what you should know.
- Once the construction is completed it will be the largest private high school in Loudoun County, capable of enrolling between 1,200-1,300 students, and the only Catholic high school in the county.
- History behind move – On June 3, 2015, the Catholic Diocese of Arlington announced that it would relocate Paul VI Catholic High School from its 18-acre campus in the City of Fairfax to a 68-acre property 12 miles west in Loudoun County. The school’s new location will serve families from Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun and counties west. The school will be built on property currently owned by the Diocese, with state-of-the-art facilities able to accommodate diverse academic needs and robust extracurricular and athletic programs. The decision to relocate the high school was based upon an extensive assessment of diocesan Catholic education and the long-term needs of PVI, including curriculum development, co-curricular programming and the sustainability of the current campus in the City of Fairfax.
- Design of the new school – Architects designed Paul VI’s new campus to feel like a college campus and will offer a superior 21st-century learning environment. Its new home will feature state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories, media and fine arts centers, enhanced and expanded athletic facilities, a collegiate dining experience, and a chapel at the heart of the school.
- The new campus is scheduled to open by fall of 2020
You should contact them now if you are interested and even if your little ones are not close to being in high school, you may want to know your options early. We love their sports programs as well as their academics and many of our advertisers’ and reader’s children are already attending the school and love it.