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With our convenient bus system we draw families from many surrounding counties in Virginia, including Culpeper, Luray, Warren, Page, Rappahannock, and Fauquier.

Each year there are 15 - 20 International Students living on campus at Trinity Manor or living with host families from WCDS. 

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Parents support the school in myriad ways, working with the Volunteer Coordinator to help in classrooms and with school events like the Fall Festival and the Medieval Banquet. 

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WCDS has an unbroken tradition of 100% four-year college acceptance with over ninety percent of our graduates accepted at the schools of their first choice.  Recent WCDS graduates have earned places at some of the nations finest institutions of higher learning, including American University, Brown University, College of William & Mary, Corcoran School of Art and Design, Cornell University, Dartmouth College,

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National testing is one way in which WCDS students are measured against their peers locally, regionally, and nationally. Students in grades 1-8 take the ERB (Educational Research Bureau) standardized tests, written by the SAT administrators to provide the most rigorous testing for students in private schools.

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