One of the best ways to show families and students that they belong at Foxcroft is through an in-person visit to campus. Recent updates to our visit policy have made this feasible once again! It is with great excitement that we formally invite you to join us on-campus for an in-person visit and walking tour. In order to schedule your tour, please note that we require visitors to schedule their visit in advance and for all guests to come equipped with face coverings. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 540.687.4340 to arrange your visit today.
If you are comfortable with doing so, we would certainly love to host you for your Foxcroft campus visit, but we are also very mindful that it may not be possible for all interested families to join us in-person. Present circumstances have called for creativity and flexibility from all of us to ensure an excellent “visit” experience for those that cannot come to campus, so please feel free to consider our Virtual Visit Experience as a wonderful alternative. Click “Schedule a Visit” in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen to register for an upcoming one-hour daily visit offering that includes a student-guided campus tour, Foxcroft overview, and insights from faculty, students, and other community members. Morning and afternoon sessions are available each day of the week!
We are excited for you to learn more about how Foxcroft School will support and nurture your daughter through her educational journey.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
— the Brown family
“The feeling of Family is very obvious. We knew our daughters would be in good hands and that has proven to be true during our time at Foxcroft. It has been the perfect fit since day one.”
Ken joins the Enrollment Team to oversee the recruitment and admission functions of the department under Karla Vargas’s leadership. Ken graduated from Drexel University with a B.S. in Psychology and an M.S. in Sports Management. He most recently served as Associate Director for University Recruitment at Husson University in Bangor, ME. He has also held the position of Vice President for Student Recruitment and Admissions at College of St. Joseph in Rutland, VT. A fun fact is that Ken is fluent in Japanese!
Julia Fellows joins Foxcroft as our Assistant Director of Admission. Experienced in both university and non-profit settings, most recently Julia worked for George Mason University Admissions where she executed yield events, curated marketing content, and engaged with students and stakeholders. Julia holds a B.A. in Public Health Studies with a socio-cultural concentration, as well as a minor in Health and Wellness Studies from Elon University. Additionally, she has worked for United Way Worldwide and International Justice Mission, which affirmed her interests in intercultural competency, health literacy, and emotional intelligence. Passionate about relationship-building, Julia works to put "mens sana in corpore sano; a healthy mind in a healthy body" to practice. She enjoys hiking, thrifting, and visiting outdoor markets and coffee shops with her husband.
Katie is a native of Loudoun County, having grown up in Leesburg. After her undergraduate years at University of Virginia, she traveled through Europe and Australia, with stops in Fiji and New Zealand, for about a year before starting a career in hospitality in Washington, DC, working closely with the World Bank and the Kennedy Center. Always eager to learn, Katie left D.C. and started working as a manager for a furniture company; it drove her crazy that her mother knew the difference between a Chippendale leg and a Federal leg and different styles of a Windsor chair but she did not.
As her 30th birthday approached, Katie decided that she missed the country life so she moved to Purcellville and began working at Loudoun Country Day School while obtaining her master's in Education at Marymount University. After graduate school, Katie got a position in educational publishing sales, selling to and training educators in schools all over Northern Virginia and Maryland — including several teachers who had taught her in elementary school!
Somewhere during all of this activity, Katie married a handsome young man from Williamsburg named Kameron, and they moved to Middleburg where they live with their two daughters, Hays (Foxcroft Class of 2021) and Winley. For many years Katie was a stay-at-home mother, but with a chronic volunteering condition. Eventually, she began working at the Middleburg Community Center, where she held a variety of positions. In 2011, Katie joined the Foxcroft family as the Co-Director of fundays@foxcroft Summer Camps. When the decision to close the camps was made several years later, Katie went to work in the College Counseling Office before joing the Admission team.
An all-girls boarding and day school in Northern Virginia, Foxcroft prepares young women in grades 9-12 for success in college and in life. Our outstanding academic program offers challenging courses, including Advanced Placement classes and an innovative STEM program. Our premiere equestrian program is nationally recognized, and our athletic teams have won conference and state championships. Experience the best in girls' boarding schools: visit Foxcroft.