- How much is tuition?
- What is your average class size?
- How experienced is your faculty?
- How long is the school day?
- Do you offer lunch for students?
- Do you offer bus service?
- Do you offer before and after care?
- Are all of your graduates accepted to college?
- How large is your athletics program?
- Do your students wear uniforms?
For the 2017-18 academic year, families can expect to pay tuition within the following range:
|Kindergarten:||$8,700 - $16,400|
|Grades 1-5:||$10,000 - $20,685|
|Grades 6-12:||$10,000 - $23,350|
Families at FA pay within this range based on a number of variables. Learn more about Indexed Tuition
We encourage all academically qualified students who are interested in FA’s programs to apply for admission regardless of family financial status. Indexed Tuition is designed to assist families who cannot meet the full cost of an independent school education. For more information, please contact the Director of Admission at (540) 898-0020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch can be purchased for Lower and Middle School students in advance (see the menu), or students may bring their lunch. The Parent-Faculty Association sponsors pizza lunches each Friday for the Lower and Middle Schools.
In the Upper School, the FA Cafe offers several hot lunch options and a la carte items for purchase.
FA offers two morning bus routes, one that transports students from Route 3 in Spotsylvania County (as far west as Lake of the Woods) and one that transports students from Stafford and downtown Fredericksburg (as far north as the Route 610).
The Falcon Club is Fredericksburg Academy's before- and after-school program. The program opens at 6:30 a.m. and runs until school begins and stays open until 6 p.m. after school. Falcon Club students have a snack, work on homework, and enjoy supervised play time. They can also sign up for special enrichment classes and activities. Learn more about Falcon Club by grade level:
One-hundred percent of FA graduates have been accepted to four-year colleges and universities. Seventy-one percent of the Class of 2016 had three or more college acceptances to choose from, and the class as a whole earned more than $1 million in scholarships.
Our athletics program comprises 25 teams across seven sports, which includes middle school and varsity sports teams. Our teams compete against other private schools in the Delaney Athletic Conference and are a part of the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association. Learn more:
Fredericksburg Academy students do not wear uniforms. FA does follow a dress code, which seeks to ensure that students have a neat, clean appearance that does not distract from their or their peers' learning environment.