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Dr. Patrick Marti, Villa Middle School science and math teacher, was one of only 10 teachers across the U.S recently selected for the National STEM Scholar Program >>

As Villa's remote learning has developed, the "Four Facts" below serve as a guide to consistency in learning environment across all grades:

There are various approaches to online learning, and Villa has chosen a path that might be best described as "virtually hands-on."

Though school is closed for the remainder of the school year, the Villa Admissions Office remains open and busy.

By early March, Villa Academy was prepared for remote learning. Each day at "Virtual Villa," we've offered our complete curriculum online, including art, music, technology, and P.E.

Dear Friends,

Welcome to Villa's Preschool Program. Our classes for ages 3, 4, and 5 are safe, nurturing places where preschoolers learn, explore, and discover. We believe in:

Play with a purpose
Each child’s natural desire to explore is enthusiastically encouraged and drives the learning process.

Educating the whole child
As they prepare for kindergarten, our preschool students build the academic and social/emotional skills necessary to thrive in our challenging Lower School program.

A vibrant, inclusive community
Regular visits to the library, gymnasium, and theater for school-wide events, as well as time spent with their upper school “buddies” gives preschoolers the advantage of being part of a larger community. While Catholic, Villa is not connected to a parish and all are welcome here.

Children learning at different rates
More than a repeat year of preschool, our “More Time for Five” (P5) Program offers five-year-olds continued preparation for kindergarten. More Time for Five has its own unique curriculum to meant to challenge and prepare students for their upcoming kindergarten year. 

My colleagues and I invite you to find out more about our preschool programs by exploring our website or contacting our Admissions staff. We look forward to meeting you and your family!


Julie Thenell Grasseschi
Director of Preschool and Lower School

Dear Friends,

Welcome to Villa's Lower School Program for Kindergarten through fifth grade students. These are the years when children harness their imaginations and natural curiosity to learn how to synthesize and share what they are learning. We enourage:

A love of learning
Small classes allow our teachers to continually assess the needs of each student and create dynamic and engaging lessons. Our students develop a love of learning and build a strong foundation in reading, writing, and math skills.

Critical thinking
Our students are challenged to build their knowledge of the world around them, developing critical thinking skills with a cross-disciplinary approach that enriches learning.

A well-rounded education
Visual arts, music, books, world languages, technology, sports and fitness come alive as our specialist teachers work in concert with homeroom teachers. Social/emotional skills are practiced throughout the curriculum.

A strong community
Students in Kindergarten through grade 5 interact regularly with our preschool and middle school students during schoolwide events, clubs and sports, and through our Buddy Program. Our school community is inclusive; all are welcome here. While Catholic, Villa is not connected to a parish.

Please take a few moments to find out more about our elementary level programs by exploring our website or contacting our Admissions staff. Our community is excited to meet you and your family!


Julie Thenell Grasseschi
Director of Preschool and Lower School

Dear Friends,

Welcome to Villa's Middle School Program for grades 6 to 8. Our middle school students are learners, problem solvers, and community leaders. We challenge our students to:

Excel academically
Our rigorous academic curriculum prepares students for success in the finest college-prep high schools. Our small classes and passionate teachers provide the personal attention middle schoolers need.

Become independent, lifelong learners
Our faculty work collaboratively to guide students towards increasingly independent and self-directed learning.

Be self-reflective leaders of a community
A research-based social emotional curriculum designed by our faculty leads our students and parents through the ups and downs of the early teen years. We believe that all students can be leaders. Our inclusive school community helps our middle schoolers embrace differences and recognize the strengths in others.

Be critical thinkers and problem solvers
Our hands-on, project-based curriculum encourages our middle schoolers to think freely and across disciplines; they examine complex, real-world issues, and work collaboratively toward solutions.

To learn more about our middle school program, simply explore our website or contact our Admissions staff. Our faculty and students are eager to get to know you and your family!


James Joseph
Director of Middle School

Inclusion & Diversity

Villa Academy stands for the respect of all human dignity, in the spirit of our founder, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini. At the root of all community experiences is our Catholic tradition of faith-centered justice; teachers and students commit to affirm the importance of diversity and inclusion in order to expand our communal vision of a more just world.

We are committed to:

  • Graduating students who have a greater cultural competence achieved through knowledge of the needs and attributes of many communities and are preparing for the day when they will take a place in these communities as competent, concerned and responsible members;
  • Teaching our students directly and by example, a clear and uncompromised understanding of how our differences are a source of immeasurable strength;
  • Nurturing in our students a desire to understand the multiple perspectives of those they encounter resulting in honorable, respectful and meaningful interactions with people from all walks of life;
  • Helping our students broaden their views of themselves and others by ensuring that they appreciate their own backgrounds and experiences while honoring the differences of others;
  • Learning continually about the value of cultural inclusion and the most effective means to communicate that value, to ensure that our students develop compassionate hearts and confident minds throughout their Villa Academy experience.


Villa Academy's founder, St. Frances Cabrini, is our inspiration. Known as America's first "Citizen Saint" and the "Universal Patroness of Immigrants", she established schools, orphanages, and hospitals in the U.S. during her ministry to those new to our shores.

A spiritual leader, savvy businesswoman, bold adventurer, devoted humanitarian, and determined individual, Mother Cabrini inspires our present day commitment to service and education with a global perspective.

Her shining example fuels our belief that Villa students can and do change the world.

St. Frances Cabrini