High School


St. Anne's-Belfield School 聖安妮-貝爾菲爾德中學 (VA)


Founded in 1910, St. Anne’s-Belfield School offers small class size and challenging academics typical of the traditional college preparatory curriculum. It offers Pre-School through Grade 12 with boarding options for Grade 9-12 students.


College acceptances and popular choices include

University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, University of Mary Washington, College of William and Mary, Virginia Commonwealth University, New York University, Randolph-Macon College, University of Chicago.

The Basics
Setting Suburban
School Type Private Co-ed Day & Boarding school
Tuition ~US$54,000
Housing Dorm (for Grade 9 to 12)
Transfer Records University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, College of William and Mary, Virginia Commonwealth University, Randolph-Macon College
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General Information
State Virginia (VA)
Location Charlottesville
Campus Size 50 acres
Year Founded 1910
Level Offered Pre-K to Grade 12
Enrollment ~890
International ~14%
Student-to-Teacher 8:1 (average class size 13)

Facilities & Activities

The facilities are great at St. Anne's-Belfield school, it also has a wide range of arts programs such as photography, 3d art, and creative writing. A weekly chapel service, a competitive sports program, and fine and performing arts offerings complement the academic experience.



Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball


Graduation requirements for ESL students

ESL courses are offered for those international students who have not yet achieved fluency in English.

English (4 years): must include mainstream American Studies and Humanities 12 (may include ESL Humanities: English)

History (3 years): must include American Studies (may include ESL Humanities: History) .

Mathematics (3 years): Subject to their performances on a departmental math placement test, ESL students are exempt from the Integrated Mathematics 1

requirement. All ESL students must complete other graduation requirements as indicated in the Curriculum Guide.

World Language (0 years): English counts as world language.

Science (3 years): Four-year ESL students must complete three years of science, including courses in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. An ESL student entering after the freshman year should complete successfully three science courses, and his or her academic record will be evaluated as to the appropriateness of prior science credits earned.

Performing and Visual Arts (1 year): ESL students are required to take one year of either a performing art or a visual art. Courses may be taken at any time.