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  • In Saturday's Think Pink Basketball Tournament, the competition among the varsity, JV, and middle school teams was all for a good cause — supporting the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation!

    Think Pink Tournament Celebrates 10th Year by Breaking Fundraising Milestone

    Foxcroft School celebrated its 10th annual Think Pink Tournament Saturday not with a trophy, but with a milestone that might have been even more exciting. It passed the $20,000 mark in cumulative funds raised for the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation

    "We are excited to continue our loyal support of those affected by this terrible disease,” said Athletic — and Think Pink Tournament — Director Michelle Woodruff after the event raised more than $1,000 to break through. 

    On the court, Middleburg Academy, Valley Escape Homeschool, and Randolph-Macon Academy won the Varsity, JV, and Middle School titles, respectively, to cap the fun-filled day of non-stop hoops action organized by Woodruff and Foxcroft’s student-run Athletic Association. 
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  • Last Saturday, Director of College Counseling Barbara Conner welcomed Dr. Bruce Chamberlin, Associate Dean of Admissions at Georgetown University, as the featured speaker for this year's Junior Parent College Program.

    Looking at the College Admission Process during the Junior Parent College Program

    On Saturday, January 5, Foxcroft’s sophomores and juniors and their parents spent the day learning more about how the selective college process works. Featured speaker Dr. Bruce Chamberlin, Associate Dean of Admissions at Georgetown University, provided context through and anecdotes from his years of experience.
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  • Join Friends of Foxcroft Fitness to Use Great Workout Facilities at Middleburg’s own Foxcroft School

    Greet the New Year with a new routine to get — or stay — in shape

    The New Year brings new opportunities to renew your effort to take care of yourself, and Foxcroft School offers an outstanding opportunity to do just that: Sign up for a membership to its beautiful fitness center.

    A “Friends of Foxcroft Fitness” membership includes use of the School’s fitness center and indoor track, as well as stationary bikes and rowing machines located around the track. Because Foxcroft is an all-girls school, the fitness center was created with women in mind and has state-of-the-art cardio equipment, treadmills, elliptical trainers, weight-training machines, dedicated free weights, exercise balls, and other training equipment.
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  • At a special ceremony on Monday, seniors Haley B. and Teddy S. signed letters to compete in field hockey and swimming, respectively, at NCAA Division I level next year.

    Seniors Haley B. and Teddy S. Sign National Letters of Intent to Compete in NCAA D-I Sports Next Year

    With an enthusiastic audience of family, friends and faculty looking on, Foxcroft School seniors Teddy S. and Haley B. signed National Letters of Intent Monday to compete in swimming and field hockey, respectively, at the collegiate NCAA Division I level next year. Haley, a two-time Delaney Athletic Conference Player of the Year and All-State selection, will play at the University of Vermont, while standout swimmer Teddy will swim for Manhattan College

    “This is a wonderful day, as we get to celebrate two of our athletes’ great accomplishments — playing at the next level. Very few students move on to play in college,” Athletic Director and field hockey coach Michelle Woodruff, told the crowd that filled the Audrey Bruce Currier Library. Woodruff noted that in both swimming and lacrosse, only about one in 40 high school athletes is recruited and receives a scholarship. “What Haley and Teddy have achieved is not an easy task,” she said.
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  • Foxcroft School Opens Registration for 2019 Equestrian Camp

    Top-tier training, facilities, and fun to highlight June 23-28 residential camp for girls

    Foxcroft School, whose outstanding riding program is known across the U.S., recently announced it will hold a week-long residential equestrian camp for girls June 23-28, 2019.
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  • Cathrine Wolf 

    Director of Communications
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    Multimedia Communications Associate, Photographer, Dorm Parent
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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.