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  • Wintermission in the Forecast for Next Week!

    Instead of snowflakes and cold temperatures, next week’s forecast is calling for engaging classes and inspiring internships — it’s Wintermission! In addition to a selection of courses offering unique learning experiences, students can engage in other fun activities like recess and wellness periods, as well as a couple of evening activities.
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  • This past December, Natalie C. ’22, Maya M. ’23, and Madi W. ’25 all participated in the NAIS Online Student Diversity Leadership Conference.

    Reflecting on the Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC)

    This past December, Natalie C. ’22, Maya M. ’23, and Madi W. ’25 all participated in the NAIS Online Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC). Offered annually in conjunction with the NAIS People of Color Conference, SDLC is a multiracial, multicultural gathering of student leaders in grades 9-12 from across the United States and abroad. This year’s conference was held virtually. Following is a reflection from Student Head of School Natalie C. ’22 on her experience:

    I recently had the opportunity to attend the SDLC conference that is hosted once a year and I want to share this remarkable experience with you all.
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  • Reflecting on a Weekend Honoring the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Our weekend-long celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. began during Friday’s Morning Meeting with a presentation about Dr. King’s social justice initiatives given by the student-led diversity, equity, and inclusion club We the People. That evening, a screening of Selma provided students a glimpse into the 1965 voting rights marches from Selma to Montgomery, AL.

    Saturday afternoon, students participated in several service projects. From making hygiene kits for UMCOR and Mobile Hope and sorting clothing donations for the junior class philanthropy focus organization Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS), to writing letters for A Wider Circle and assembling backpacks for Dulles South Food Pantry, they spent the afternoon giving back to the community. Saturday concluded with a screening of the documentary Mending Walls, a film illustrating the healing process of art for mural artists working through challenging conversations about race, status, and their personal experiences. 
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  • Plans for Foxcroft's Inaugural Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

    The celebration of Dr. King’s life and legacy continues through the weekend and culminates on Monday evening.

    In preparation for this weekend’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, the Foxcroft community learned more about Dr. King through an engaging Morning Meeting presentation by Dean of Inclusive Excellence Whittney Preston on Tuesday. While sharing a timeline of major events in Dr. King’s life, Ms. Preston delved into the historic significance of each moment and how it impacted the direction of Dr. King’s work, ultimately leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire the ongoing civil rights movement today.
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  • IEA Team Qualifies for Regionals!

    Foxcroft riders started their back-to-back IEA competitions this past weekend at Century Manor Farm in Nokesville, VA, on Saturday, December 11. A large horse show with nine teams competing in the upper school classes, our riders remained calm and consistent, finishing third in the competition and qualifying the Team for Zone 3, Region 3 Finals, scheduled for February 26-27 at Meadowbrook Stables in Chevy Chase, MD!
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List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Marion Couzens

    Marion Couzens 

    Director of Institutional Advancement
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  • Photo of Bethany Stotler

    Bethany Stotler 

    Assistant Director of Communications and Marketing, Dorm Parent
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  • Photo of Ginny Riley

    Ginny Riley 

    Digital Media and Videography Associate, Dorm Parent, Video Production Teacher
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  • Photo of Christine McCrehin

    Christine McCrehin 

    Advancement Communications/ Engagement Coordinator
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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.