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Student Maya Geismar’s Day as Head of the Lower School

Student Maya Geismar's Day as Head of the Lower School

On Monday, April 30th second grade student Maya Geismar had the exciting opportunity to act as Head of the Lower School for the day! This unique experience was made possible by her parents’ winning bid at the recent Auction 2012.... (Continue reading)

Eighth Grade Students Help the Ronald McDonald House

Eighth Grade Students Help the Ronald McDonald House

  This year marks the third consecutive year that eighth grade students at St. Anne’s-Belfield School, under the guidance of Middle School teacher Ester Lezema, have dedicated their time and effort to helping the Ronald McDonald House. We are proud... (Continue reading)

Lower School Festival of the Book

Lower School Festival of the Book

During the week of March 12, 2012, the Lower School celebrated the Festival of the Book with two exciting visitors.  Best-selling author, former STAB parent and Trustee, John Grisham, met with third and fourth graders to discuss and answer questions... (Continue reading)

A Quartet of Singers Chosen for the All-Virginia Chorus

A Quartet of Singers Chosen for the All-Virginia Chorus

It is with great pleasure that we announce a quartet of singers from St. Anne’s-Belfield School were chosen to participate in the All-Virginia Chorus, and that one student was chosen as an alternate.  The four selected will join other high... (Continue reading)

Fall Arts Dinner, Concert & Runway Show

Fall Arts Dinner, Concert & Runway Show

This year’s STABFAB Fall Arts Dinner, Concert and Runway Show sold out and was greatly enjoyed by all! The “Art History” Runway Show  theme proved to be yet another fashionable must-see event. The students’ hard work, creativity, and attention to... (Continue reading)

Edison2 Very Light Car at the Learning Village

Edison2 Very Light Car at the Learning Village

On Friday, November 11th, the Lower and Middle School participated in an “Energy Day” Math/Science Fair. Students in grades K-8 rotated through exhibits, films, and guest speakers, all related to the theme of Energy. The all-day event culminated with a... (Continue reading)

NCAA Signing

NCAA Signing

Please join us in congratulating the following St. Anne’s-Belfield students who were recognized during the NCAA signing event on November 9, 2011. Carl Carpenter – Longwood University –Soccer Ian Robertson – Delaware University – Lacrosse Branford Rogers – Rutgers University... (Continue reading)

Mrs. Van Liew Receives Distinguished Teaching Award

Please join us in extending a big CONGRATULATIONS to St. Anne’s-Belfield School teacher, Mrs. Van Liew, for being selected to receive the Franklin D. Kizer Distinguished High School Chemistry Teacher Award from the Virginia Section of the American Chemical Society.... (Continue reading)

Best-Selling Author Gary Taubes to Headline Panel Discussion

Best-Selling Author Gary Taubes to Headline Panel Discussion

What if dietary dogma in America was just plain wrong? New York Times best-selling author Gary Taubes has been invited to headline a paradigm-shift talk and panel discussion at St. Anne’s-Belfield School entitled “The Case Against Sugar.” The panel will... (Continue reading)

Happy Birthday Mr. Lourie!

Today, in celebration of Mr. Lourie’s birthday, each campus entrance featured signs and balloons, and his office was filled with colorful decorations. He was greeted by his first class with a tray full of cupcakes, was presented a birthday cake... (Continue reading)

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