Calendar

June 2020

  • Jun
    1

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

  • Jun
    2

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

  • Jun
    3

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

  • Jun
    4

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

  • Jun
    5

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

  • Jun
    6

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

  • Jun
    7

    [postponed] Upperville Horseshow

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    9
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  • Jun
    19

    [CANCELED] Breakthrough Basketball

    Breakthrough Basketball provides a variety of resources and information for basketball coaches, trainers, players, parents, and fans. We help with virtually all aspects of basketball, with the emphasis on fundamentalspositive impact coaching, and "doing the right thing"! 
    We are very passionate about coaching basketball and we firmly believe that coaches have very important responsibilities and amazing opportunities to have a positive impact on their player's lives.
  • Jun
    20

    [CANCELED] Breakthrough Basketball

    Breakthrough Basketball provides a variety of resources and information for basketball coaches, trainers, players, parents, and fans. We help with virtually all aspects of basketball, with the emphasis on fundamentalspositive impact coaching, and "doing the right thing"! 
    We are very passionate about coaching basketball and we firmly believe that coaches have very important responsibilities and amazing opportunities to have a positive impact on their player's lives.
  • Jun
    21

    [CANCELED] Foxcroft School's Equestrian Camp

    Open to experienced riders going into the 8th through 11th grade, will be held on Foxcroft’s beautiful 500-acre campus in Middleburg, VA, which boasts a large indoor arena as well as multiple outdoor rings and trails. 
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  • [CANCELED] Breakthrough Basketball

    Breakthrough Basketball provides a variety of resources and information for basketball coaches, trainers, players, parents, and fans. We help with virtually all aspects of basketball, with the emphasis on fundamentalspositive impact coaching, and "doing the right thing"! 
    We are very passionate about coaching basketball and we firmly believe that coaches have very important responsibilities and amazing opportunities to have a positive impact on their player's lives.
  • [CANCELED] Law Camp

    The Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Program  (www.lawcamp.org) provides students with a unique opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the legal system. It is designed to afford rising high school students the opportunity to work with local judges, lawyers, law clerks and other professionals to learn about the law, and applicants should be well-rounded individuals who are motivated and eager to learn.
    The Loudoun County Bar Association’s mission is to advance the role of attorneys in Loudoun County through career development opportunities and community programs.
  • [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    22

    [CANCELED] Foxcroft School's Equestrian Camp

    Open to experienced riders going into the 8th through 11th grade, will be held on Foxcroft’s beautiful 500-acre campus in Middleburg, VA, which boasts a large indoor arena as well as multiple outdoor rings and trails. 
    Read More
  • [CANCELED] Law Camp

    The Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Program  (www.lawcamp.org) provides students with a unique opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the legal system. It is designed to afford rising high school students the opportunity to work with local judges, lawyers, law clerks and other professionals to learn about the law, and applicants should be well-rounded individuals who are motivated and eager to learn.
    The Loudoun County Bar Association’s mission is to advance the role of attorneys in Loudoun County through career development opportunities and community programs.
  • [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    23

    [CANCELED] Foxcroft School's Equestrian Camp

    Open to experienced riders going into the 8th through 11th grade, will be held on Foxcroft’s beautiful 500-acre campus in Middleburg, VA, which boasts a large indoor arena as well as multiple outdoor rings and trails. 
    Read More
  • [CANCELED] Law Camp

    The Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Program  (www.lawcamp.org) provides students with a unique opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the legal system. It is designed to afford rising high school students the opportunity to work with local judges, lawyers, law clerks and other professionals to learn about the law, and applicants should be well-rounded individuals who are motivated and eager to learn.
    The Loudoun County Bar Association’s mission is to advance the role of attorneys in Loudoun County through career development opportunities and community programs.
  • [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    24

    [CANCELED] Foxcroft School's Equestrian Camp

    Open to experienced riders going into the 8th through 11th grade, will be held on Foxcroft’s beautiful 500-acre campus in Middleburg, VA, which boasts a large indoor arena as well as multiple outdoor rings and trails. 
    Read More
  • [CANCELED] Law Camp

    The Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Program  (www.lawcamp.org) provides students with a unique opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the legal system. It is designed to afford rising high school students the opportunity to work with local judges, lawyers, law clerks and other professionals to learn about the law, and applicants should be well-rounded individuals who are motivated and eager to learn.
    The Loudoun County Bar Association’s mission is to advance the role of attorneys in Loudoun County through career development opportunities and community programs.
  • [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    25

    [CANCELED] Foxcroft School's Equestrian Camp

    Open to experienced riders going into the 8th through 11th grade, will be held on Foxcroft’s beautiful 500-acre campus in Middleburg, VA, which boasts a large indoor arena as well as multiple outdoor rings and trails. 
    Read More
  • [CANCELED] Law Camp

    The Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Program  (www.lawcamp.org) provides students with a unique opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the legal system. It is designed to afford rising high school students the opportunity to work with local judges, lawyers, law clerks and other professionals to learn about the law, and applicants should be well-rounded individuals who are motivated and eager to learn.
    The Loudoun County Bar Association’s mission is to advance the role of attorneys in Loudoun County through career development opportunities and community programs.
  • [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    26

    [CANCELED] Foxcroft School's Equestrian Camp

    Open to experienced riders going into the 8th through 11th grade, will be held on Foxcroft’s beautiful 500-acre campus in Middleburg, VA, which boasts a large indoor arena as well as multiple outdoor rings and trails. 
    Read More
  • [CANCELED] Law Camp

    The Thomas D. Horne Leadership in the Law Program  (www.lawcamp.org) provides students with a unique opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the legal system. It is designed to afford rising high school students the opportunity to work with local judges, lawyers, law clerks and other professionals to learn about the law, and applicants should be well-rounded individuals who are motivated and eager to learn.
    The Loudoun County Bar Association’s mission is to advance the role of attorneys in Loudoun County through career development opportunities and community programs.
  • [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    27

    [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    28

    [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    29

    [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.
  • Jun
    30

    [CANCELED] National History Academy

    (Journey Through Hallowed Ground counselors will arrive Sunday, June 21 at 12:00pm. Campers will arrive the following week beginning Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm.)

    The National History Academy (www.HistoryCamp.com) created by The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area (www.hallowedground.org) the country’s preeminent history camp, is for high school students who want to explore American history and civics through the power of place, and to learn by being there. 

    One hundred highly motivated 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will be recruited with the assistance of the College Board.  Students will fully engage in discussions and debate using the Harvard Business School case method of teaching history, and learn from guest lectures by nationally recognized scholars and leading educators at historic sites and museums.
     
    Vision: The National History Academy will be the preeminent American history and civics summer experience for high school students.
     
    Mission: The mission of the National History Academy is to teach, engage and inspire our nation's future leaders through a placed-based experiential curriculum that fosters an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship.

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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.