Stuart Hall School is a Staunton, Virginia, co-educational school for students from Grade 4 to Grade 12, and offers a boarding program from Grades 8 to 12.Stuart Hall School was founded in 1844 as the Virginia Female Institute, and from its earliest years, has provided an excellent liberal arts education, and has endeavored to develop the character and personal honor of every student. From its first headmaster, the Reverend Richard Phillips, to the current Head of School, Mr. Michael Robinson, each leader of what is now Stuart Hall School has set both high academic and high personal standards for the school community. Mrs. Flora Cooke Stuart, for whom the school is now named and who directed the school from 1880-1899, said, “The school’s high character in every department gives it an enviable name among schools.” Her sentiments remain true today. Despite the tumultuous history Virginia faced during the Civil War and Reconstruction, the original buildings still stand, and the original aim is now central to the mission. Since 1844, Stuart Hall School has educated students from Virginia and around the world, and has placed those students at top colleges and universities.
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