This affordable college prep high school in Virginia is truly a community of understanding hearts, where each girl is known and valued. Our key values of respect, integrity, kindness, and service are at the center of all that we do. Girls thrive intellectually, socially, and emotionally because our nurturing community and strong values foster growth in each of these realms.
— Emilie S. ’24
“I’ve been at boarding school before, but it didn’t feel like a home in the way that Foxcroft does.”
— Camie D. ’24
“If you come to Foxcroft, you will be welcomed by an inclusive community and you will find your friends. To me, my fellow classmates are like family to me, and I know they have my back.”
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Five Dorms with Dedicated Faculty
Foxcroft has five dormitories that each house between 20-45 girls. Dorm Teams are comprised of four dedicated faculty members and several student leaders managing residential life and daily happenings.
Each girl at Foxcroft establishes a special, unique relationship with her faculty advisor. Through weekly meetings, shared meals in the Dining Hall or in the advisor’s home, and other activities, girls find their advisors to be a source of support away from home.
On Sunday, September 17, students from each dorm came together in the Leipheimer Gym to compete in the Battle of the Dorms Carnival. Students were dressed in their dorm colors and participated in several carnival games. They competed to win tickets from games like plastic ax throwing and an inflatable obstacle course. Every time a student won a game, they earned one ticket. One ticket equals one point towards the overall Battle of the Dorms competition. After students accumulated tickets, they put them in a jar for their dorm. Between games, students could grab popcorn, cotton candy, or a snow cone from the snack station.
Last Friday, Foxcroft hosted its annual club fair on the Activities Patio. More than 20 clubs showed off what they do and gave students the chance to sign up. Some activities were henna painting by the Art Club, the Donkey Club brought out the donkeys, and Global Cultures did matching games. For food, the Dining Hall prepared foods that mirrored a fair, the Activities Committee made popcorn, and the Dellaccio family shared their Gelato. Halfway through the fair, Rhythm Nation performed a dance choreographed by Hailey Y. ‘25.
Last weekend, our student leaders and faculty members hosted a series of workshops for underclassmen interested in seeking leadership roles in the coming year. After meeting with their advisors to plan their leadership, classes, sports, and extracurricular activities for next year, the underclassmen were ready to learn more.
Foxcroft’s annual Wellness Weekend, led by STEM teacher and Wellness Education Coordinator Dr. Meghen Tuttle, and featuring keynote speaker Fiona Brown, LPC, along with a variety of faculty and staff, offered a fantastic program of workshops and activities designed to help students focus on various aspects of wellness.
Jodi Campbell joined Foxcroft as Dean of Students in July 2022. Ms. Campbell has outstanding experience working with girls in boarding schools. She comes to Foxcroft from The Webb School in Bell Buckle, TN, where she served as Director of Social, Emotional, and Academic Development. In this role, she developed and oversaw an SEL-based advisory program; implemented DEI initiatives, mediation programs to address student conflicts, and leadership programs; coordinated all student clubs and affinity groups; and created wellness lessons, among many initiatives. She was Head of the middle school girls’ dormitory as well as a member of the history department.
Prior to The Webb School, she was Academic Dean and Director of College Counseling at Squaw Valley Academy in Olympic Valley, CA, where she also taught social studies. Her previous teaching experiences span high school and college-level courses at Sage Ridge School (Reno, NV); Wesley College (Dover, DE); and The University of Guelph (Ontario).
Ms. Campbell earned a B.A. in Early American History from Dickinson College, an M.A. in British history, with a certificate in Museum studies, from University of Delaware, and a Ph.D. (ABD) in history from University of Guelph. A life-long learner, she continues her studies and professional development having earned a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University and a certificate in Social Emotional and Character Development from Rutgers University. She has attended many programs in mindfulness, responsive classrooms, successful advisories, and navigating social media and technology positively.
She and her dog Sassafras (a “spoiled min-pin mix rescue”) are glad to be back on the East Coast where they are closer to her family in Delaware. She loves to travel and is always planning her next trip, reading historical fiction, or cheering on the Yankees.
Assistant Dean for Student Experience
Associate Dean of Residential Life/Lead Dorm Parent
Margaret "Maggie" Everett
Assistant to the Office of Student Life/Lead Dorm Parent
Maggie Everett joined the Foxcroft Student Life team in July of 2023. She is also the Dorm Lead in Reynolds. Maggie has a B.A. in Performing Arts from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. After graduating, Maggie was a teacher at the Marvelwood School in Kent, CT, where she attended high school. She taught learning support, ESL English, and electives in a collection of topics including theater, communications, public speaking, and creative writing. There, Maggie was a Dorm Lead and taught specialized sessions on boundaries, consent, and healthy relationships. She also assistant coached Varsity Basketball and choreographed the school musical.
Maggie was born and raised in the Boarding School world. She deeply understands the formative abilities of private education and wants to be a positive piece of the puzzle, and seeks in her career to support the restructuring of education towards being more equitable and accessible.
In her free time, she participates in theater and loves to explore local restaurants with her partner, who is a new Math/Music teacher at Foxcroft. Maggie is a lover of animals and houseplants. She has two pets, a cat named Mocha and a rabbit named Daisy. Maggie is excited for warmer weather and new growth opportunities!
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.