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  • At a special ceremony on Wednesday, senior Allie M. committed to compete in lacrosse at the University of Lynchburg next year.

    Allie M. ’20 Commits to Play Lacrosse at University of Lynchburg

    Senior Allie M., a two-time All-Delaney Athletic Conference First Team selection and a leading scorer at Foxcroft, confirmed her commitment to play intercollegiate lacrosse at the University of Lynchburg Wednesday in a celebratory letter-signing ceremony attended by her parents and the entire School community.
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  • Good Luck to Foxcroft Riders and Team Attending Zones!

    Two individual riders, in addition to the Foxcroft Riding Team, qualified for the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Hunt Seat Zone 3 Finals competition to be held this weekend at Liberty University Equestrian Center in Rustburg, VA, after competing in the Zone 3, Region 3 finals two weeks ago.
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  • At Saturday's

    Competitors Over the Moon for "Galaxy Trek" STEM Challenge

    Foxcroft teams take second and third in the high school division

    Madeira School and Immanuel Christian School each claimed the top prize in their respective high school and middle school divisions during the ninth annual STEM Challenge on February 22.

    Designed for middle and high school students, the competition saw 160 girls from 21 schools throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC, using their knowledge of science, technology, engineering, and math to participate in challenges revolving around this year’s theme, “Galaxy Trek,” to restore failing systems onboard a space station and preserve the astronauts’ scientific endeavors.
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  • Last Saturday, sophomore Virginia B. represented the United States as part of the prestigious U.S. Junior Jumping Team in the FEI Jumping Young Rider Nations Cup during the Palm Beach Masters CSI.

    Virginia B. ’22 Rides for U.S. Junior Jumping Team and Brings Home Gold

    Foxcroft’s own Virginia B. ’22 was recently chosen to represent the United States as part of the prestigious U.S. Junior Jumping Team in the FEI Jumping Young Rider Nations Cup during the Palm Beach Masters CSI last Saturday, February 15. She and her teammates, Mimi G. (New York, NY), Hallie G. (Houston, TX), and Siena V. (Upperville, VA), beat out another U.S. team, as well as teams from Canada, Mexico, Ireland, and a Nations Unite team, to bring home the Gold medal in the $8,000 Junior Team Competition.
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  • You're Invited: Author of “Strong Is the New Pretty” to Speak at Foxcroft

    Presented by the Helen Cudahy Niblack ’42 Arts Lecture Series
    Monday, February 24 at 9:25am
    RSVP to 540.687.4510 or advancement@foxcroft.org

    Kate T. Parker, professional photographer and New York Times bestselling author of Strong Is the New Pretty, has been named a 2020 Helen Cudahy Niblack ’42 Arts Lecture Series Visiting Artist. She will speak to the community about her artistic journey and share her work on Monday, February 24 at 9:25am in the Audrey Bruce Currier Library.
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  • Photo of Marion Couzens

    Marion Couzens 

    Director of Institutional Advancement
    540.687.4518
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    Bethany Stotler 

    Communications Manager, Dorm Parent
    540.687.4513
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    Ginny Riley 

    Digital Media and Videography Associate, Dorm Parent, Video Production Teacher
    540.687.4520
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    Christine McCrehin 

    Advancement Communications/Engagement Coordinator
    540.687.4511
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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.