Academy News

Student Residential Life

The National History Academy is hosted at Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Virginia, a premier student-centered private secondary school campus in a safe and secure environment, with modern residence halls, classrooms, athletic facilities, and dining hall. You can learn more about the accommodations at Foxcroft School here.

Students will have free time to enjoy the many recreational activities at Foxcroft on evenings and weekends. Organized events will include trivia night, karaoke, bonfires, stargazing, and bird-watching, but there are also usually informal gatherings of students baking cupcakes in the community kitchen, putting together puzzles, playing volleyball, swimming or taking a walk on campus.

Although 80% of 2018 students had never been away from home for more than a week, most would agree that living and studying at the Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Virginia truly prepared them for college.