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.

Our History

Watch this short video that traces Villa's history from its beginnings in 1903 to our present.

Our Inspiration

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, social justice, and education with a global perspective.

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

Historic Building

Our Historic Building

Villa's main school building, seen here upon its completion in 1924, was designed by famed Seattle architect, John Graham Sr. Construction was funded largely by donations from the William Pigott, Patrick Heney, and J.T. Heffernan families.

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