Stuart Hall School, a member of (Episcopal) Church Schools in the Diocese of Virginia, educates the whole child -mind, body, heart, spirit - in a nurturing environment based on honor and respect. The school is coed grades Pre-K - 12 with girls only boarding in grades 8 - 12. Personal attention encourages high academic acheivement, excellence in the arts, and comfortable student-faculty interaction. The campus is located in the historic district of the city of Staunton, Virginia- home to the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, Mary Baldwin College, the American Shakespeare Center's Blackfriars Playhouse, the Frontier Cultural Museum, Blue Ridge Parkway, and a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, and boutiques. Nearby Charlottesville, offers additional cultural and sporting events at the University of Virginia, and, within 2 hours' drive, Richmond and Washington, D.C. offer even more historic and cosmopolitan opportunities for our students. 100% of Stuart Hall's graduating class each year is placed successfully in outstanding colleges and universities. Listed below are several of the colleges and universities to which our graduates have matriculated in recent years: Brown University, University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, New England Conservatory, Virginia Commonwealth University, Rhode Island School of Design, Maryland Institute College of Art, New York University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke University, School of Visual Art, and Colby College.