- Dominion offers a proven classical approach using primary sources and a chronological study of the humanities.
- All courses are taught from an integrated Biblical worldview perspective.
- Emphasis is placed upon developing virtue, character, and wisdom as students invest time in great books from the Western Canon.
- 100% of our teachers are highly qualified to teach in their respective fields.
- 100% of our graduates gain entrance into colleges of their choosing.
- Fully accredited with the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS).
- 25% of graduating seniors have earned a National Merit Scholars letter of commendation or National Merit Scholars Semi-Finalist status.
- Approximately 70% of upper school faculty members hold or are pursuing advanced degrees.
- Students earn two high school credits of Latin by the end of eighth grade and up to four high school credits of Spanish by graduation.
- Courses are offered in chorale, classical guitar, drama, visual arts, library, and physical education or athletics.
- Competitive athletic offerings currently include basketball, cross country, golf, volleyball, and soccer.
- Approximately 12% of Dominion students are minorities.
- In 2015-2016, approximately 10% of the operating budget was used for tuition assistance.
- Dominion represents dozens of churches in the Fairfax, Arlington, Loudoun, and Montgomery County areas.
- Dominion draws students who carpool from as far away as Sterling, Centreville, McLean, Annandale, Ashburn, and Springfield.
By the Numbers
Dominion's Exceptional SAT Performance
- 100% of Dominion students score higher than the national average on the high school SAT.
- With an average SAT score of 1975, Dominion students averaged 485 points higher than the national average on the high school SAT (2015).
- Dominion students average more than 150 points higher than the independent school average SAT score and more than 300 points higher than the Fairfax County SAT average.