Due to the continued unhealthy air quality in Seattle, Villa Academy's campus will be closed to all students through Friday, September 18, 2020.
There will be no preschool classes on campus and the supervised on-line instruction for students through the EDP program will not meet on campus.

On-line instruction will take place as previously planned and faculty/staff members will be allowed to use their Villa Academy classroom, if necessary, to provide on-line instruction.
 
 
Beyond The Desk
10 Things We Love

The Villa Experience


Our experience at Villa has been outstanding. Our kids have benefited from teachers highly attuned to their academic needs; both challenging them and supporting them. As parents, we have appreciated the individual attention to our kids and responsiveness to our questions. I think it's important to visit Villa in order to appreciate the joy that bubbles from the kids, the commitment of the faculty, and the amazing campus. – Randy B."

“ Our experience at Villa has been outstanding. Our kids have benefited from teachers highly attuned to their academic needs; both challenging them and supporting them. As parents, we have appreciated the individual attention to our kids and responsiveness to our questions. I think it's important to visit Villa in order to appreciate the joy that bubbles from the kids, the commitment of the faculty, and the amazing campus. – Randy B.

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31.2

acres of learning

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68%

faculty with advanced degrees

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6,430

middle school service hours

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50

Viking sports teams

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100

students in theater arts

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27%

students of color

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30

after school enrichment classes

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$1M

financial aid awards


Villa News




In non-COVID times, Villa's 2nd grade class would have made a field trip to the Pike Place Market as part of their Social Studies' focus on "Community." This year, they chose to help the Pike Market Food Bank with a much-needed Hygiene Kit drive. 


Smith Hunter, a Villa Alum from the class of 2016, is a first-year student at Harvard University, where she plans to study Biology on a Pre-Med track.


By Jen Reisinger, Villa School Counselor

Finding “the groove” looks different this school year. Your student is learning in three unique ways right now: in the classroom, asynchronously at home, and synchronously at home. 


On December 9 at 7:30 p.m., Villa Academy, in partnership with The Bush School, Eastside Catholic, Evergreen School, Forest Ridge, Lakeside School, University Prep welcomes  welcomes speaker Farzana Nayani, author of the new book Raising Multiracial Children: Tools for Nurturing identity in a Racialized World.


Though like most schools, Villa Academy begins the school in distance learing mode, we are uniquely positioned to resume in-person learning when guidelines allow.



Specialist Spotlight: Karen Strand, Librarian

During this unusual COVID year, we hope you'll be able to curl up with a good book over the Thanksgiving Holiday. We know Villa's Librarian, Karen Strand, would approve. 


Villa 2nd Graders Assist Pike Market Food Bank

In non-COVID times, Villa's 2nd grade class would have made a field trip to the Pike Place Market as part of their Social Studies' focus on "Community." This year, they chose to help the Pike Market Food Bank with a much-needed Hygiene Kit drive. 


Alumni Spotlight

Smith Hunter, a Villa Alum from the class of 2016, is a first-year student at Harvard University, where she plans to study Biology on a Pre-Med track.


Hybrid Learning: Supporting Young Students

By Jen Reisinger, Villa School Counselor

Finding “the groove” looks different this school year. Your student is learning in three unique ways right now: in the classroom, asynchronously at home, and synchronously at home. 

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