We are delighted that you and your family are interested in Fuqua School! Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make to successfully guide your child from pre-kindergarten through graduation and beyond. At Fuqua School, we engage children in a well-rounded, values based educational experience uniquely tailored to create a solid foundation for your child’s success. Let us show you the Fuqua School difference.
While technology may be replacing blackboards and iPads and laptops replacing desktop computers, the spirit of Fuqua School remains . . .boundless individual potential. Incorporating multi-aging for our Lower School students, developing positive social skills for our Middle School students, and employing a wide-ranging AP and Honors curricula in our Upper School, helps us to encourage and realize the individual potential of each student. With award-winning music and arts programs and a comprehensive athletic program that offers individual and team sports, Fuqua School excels in providing a myriad of opportunities for students to explore and develop their unique talents.
We welcome your interest and invite you to browse our website. More importantly, we encourage you to visit our campus to experience first-hand the family atmosphere of our school community. When you are ready, it will be our pleasure to guide you through the admissions process. We look forward to meeting you and sharing more details about the Fuqua School difference!
To Schedule a tour, Please contact
Director of Admissions & Advancement
(434) 392-4131 x273
P. O. Box 328
Farmville, VA 23901
words from our new families
"It's amazing! I can't say enough great things about the school. We love it!" - Andrea Reynolds, Kindergarten parent
"My son is loving school and looks forward to going everyday. I can't ask for anything more! His teacher has been amazing, and has really been patient with him as he is getting used to everything. He makes it sound so fun that his younger brother is asking to go to school." - Toni Puckett, 5th grade parent