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Virginia Run Elementary School
15450 Martins Hundred Dr, Centreville, VA 20120
Nearly 800 students attend Virginia Run Elementary School, located on Martins Hundred Dr. In addition to the generalMore education program, the school offers programs for special education students as well as advanced learners. Graduates of Virginia Run attend Ormond Stone Middle School and Westfield High School. The school's motto is "Explore today to prepare for tomorrow." It also serves as a hub of local activity for the PTA and area non-profit organizations. 
Ad Fontes Academy
5649 Mt Gilead Rd, Centreville, VA 20120
Ad Fontes Academy is a nondenominational Christian school with a classical approach to education. The school's nameMore means "to the sources" in Latin, emphasizing Ad Fontes' commitment to a liberal arts education. The students' main resources are the original manuscripts, not textbooks. Students train in logic, rhetoric and memorization. The upper school, housing grades 6 through 12, is located at Centreville Presbyterian Church, while kindergarteners through fifth graders study at St. John's Episcopal Church. The school offers part-time enrollment for grades 6 through 12 in addition to full-time opportunities. 
Washington Baptist University
14641 Lee Hwy, Centreville, VA 20121
CentreLee business park is home to the extension site for Annandale's Washington Baptist University. The school preparesMore its students for a future in ministry and education. Keeping this in mind, it offers spiritual guidance in addition to academic support. 
Willowcreek Academy
6100 Old Centreville Rd, Centreville, VA 20121
Willowcreek Academy has provided early childhood education to the Centreville community since December 2003. It offersMore programs for youths from infancy through pre-kindergarten, providing them the opportunity to explore and learn in a hands-on environment with a curriculum founded on the principles of "Multiple Intelligences." Classrooms are sorted by age group, with separate areas devoted to activities that are developmentally appropriate. Before and after school care is available, as are summer camps up to age 10.
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