Located in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia, Fredericksburg Academy sits on 44 acres of forest and fields. FA's campus features three state-of-the-art facilities to promote an education in everything from fine arts and competitive athletics to lab sciences. The campus provides FA students with a place to not only learn and grow, but with one that promotes students to discover, engage, and imagine the limitless nature of themselves and the world.
The Hazel Family Arts and Sciences Building
Designed in 2003 by premier design firm Cooper Carry Incorporated, The Hazel Family Arts and Sciences Building is the newest of Fredericksburg Academy's three facilities. Since its construction in 2004, the building has served as the home of the Upper School and FA's performing arts and sciences programs. Highlights of the building include the 413 seat Donald and Susan Reed Theater, the Fredworks/FA Makerspace, the campus Weight & Fitness Facility, as well as classrooms for the arts, sciences, mathematics and humanities.
The John and Virginia Hazel Sports Center
The John and Virginia Hazel Sports Center is home to Fredericksburg Academy's athletic and physical education programs. Built in 1996, the building features an eight-lane, 25 meter natatorium, a gymnasium, locker and team rooms, and athletics department offices. The building is also home to the local club swim team, Tsunami Swimming.
The Gladys T. Quarles Academy Building
In recognition of the significant role of the Quarles family and The Gladys T. Quarles Charitable Trust in the founding of Fredericksburg Academy, the Board of Trustees dedicated the Lower and Middle School facility as The Gladys T. Quarles Academy Building on December 19, 2007.
Acquired by the school in 1994, the building is home to the Lower and Middle School divisions. The building provides the school with facilities like The Falcon's Nest (campus store), two libraries, a computer lab, three student commons, as well as provisions for the arts, sciences, mathematics, humanities and administration.
The Sports Complex
As a provision of the 2002 Campus Master Plan, the Sports Complex was constructed to provide Fredericksburg Academy the necessary tools for a successful athletics program. Features include 3 practice fields, 4 tennis courts, the Fredericksburg Academy Nature Preserve, and over three miles of paths and cross country trails.