Fresta Valley Christian School


Fresta Valley Christian School is an independent Christian school with the purpose of offering quality education from a Christian perspective. Our material attempts to show the Lord's place in every subject taught. We have no church sponsorship nor are we affiliated with any denomination. We do not promote minor issues which tend to divide the body of believers.

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Address: 6428 Wilson Road
Marshall, VA 20115
Phone Number: 540-364-1929 ext. 126
Fax: 540-364-4603
• Serving Fauquier, Prince William, Culpeper, Rappahannock, & Warren Counties
• School begins the day after Labor Day
• School hours: Monday through Friday - 8:15 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
• Our school was founded in 1977
• Qualified and experienced teachers
• Godly teachers who strive to translate the excitement of serving our Lord
• A student enrollment of approximately 220 students

• Grades span from preschool (3 and 4 years old) through twelfth grade
• An optimum class size of no more than 25 students
• Primary core subject use of A Beka and Bob Jones Press curricula
• Solid foundation in basic learning skills - lower elementary emphasis in phonics

• Spanish program for Preschool through 6th grades
• Foreign language classes in Spanish and Rosetta Stone French and German
• Computer Applications Courses in state-of-the-art computer laboratory
• Elementary computer courses for third through sixth grades
• Field Trips and special projects supplement the entire student body
• Physical Education is built in to all student's schedules

• Daily chapel services through sixth grade
• Weekly chapel services for the Jr./Sr. High school students

• After school Art, Piano and guitar lessons available (for an additional fee)
• Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced orchestra for students in third through twelfth grades
• Art classes for students in third through twelfth grades

• Interscholastic sports program for students in sixth through twelfth grades (baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, swimming and volleyball)
•Additional extra-curricular activity opportunities for students in third through sixth grades:
- Lego Robotics
- Battle of the Books
• Additional extra-curricular activity opportunities for students in seventh through twelfth grades:
- Drama
- Robotics
- Competitive Speech and Debate

• Full Array of Summer Camps offered

• Member of Virginia Council of Private Education, Mid-Atlantic Association of Christian Schools, Virginia Association of Christian Athletes, Valley Middle School Conference
"From the time we stepped through the doors at Fresta Valley Christian School we were treated like family, which has only grown stronger over the seven years plus our children have attended there. The student/teacher ratio is small, so the teachers get to know their students well. The academics at Fresta are strong; we feel they are comparable to other private and public schools in the area and are faith-based. We have also been very happy with the sports program. The coaches not only teach to improve athletic skills but build the athlete's Christian character as well. We see our children growing daily in knowledge and character, and as they graduate from secondary school they are well rounded and ready to meet the challenges they will face in the world." - Parents of current student and two Fresta graduates

"Our son is a Senior at FVCS this year. For 4 wonderful years, Fresta has provided a supportive and loving environment for his academic, spiritual, and social growth. Our family has been constantly amazed at the level of commitment and excellence in such a small school. The dedicated teachers and staff are exceptional... in every way! Fresta offers not only a strong faith-based academic program, but also a large variety of sports programs and clubs, where lasting friendships have been formed. As our son moves forward to attend UVA this Fall, we are very grateful to God...that He placed FVCS in our path. This is a great school- To God be the Glory!!"
-Parents of a current student

"I was first drawn to Fresta Valley Christian School because of the godly character and loving nature of its founder, Donna Bloom. She set the tone of the school. After my daughter attended FVCS for nine years and I taught there for many of those years, my first impression was confirmed. I always felt the administration was approachable, and praying together over mutual concerns during daily staff devotions was a blessing and privilege. The teachers truly cared for their students, praying for them earnestly. Students were seen as individuals, and really, no effort was spared to give each one the best education we could." - JoAnn, former staff member and parent of FVCS graduate