The Villa campus is
to allow for even
"BECAUSE OF VILLA"
We see the potential
in all students and
GREEN SCHOOLS AWARD
Villa is one of only two schools in King County to earn Level 3 status.
Villa Academy is a place where children learn to be not only scholars, but individuals of character. Where the development of the heart goes hand in hand with the development of the mind; where the rigors of learning are rewarded by the joys of mastery; where the challenges of growing are rewarded by the satisfaction of becoming; and where, in time, each child develops the confidence and enthusiasm to go as far in the world as their dreams will take them. Welcome to Villa Academy.
It is the people here that make the difference. Families and faculty who choose Villa Academy share the same essential ideals. This creates the strong feeling of community that is a tradition here. Our common expectation couples the pursuit of academic excellence with the development of the whole person. Get to know some of our families, teachers, and alumni and see for yourself.
Visit our We Are Villa page to read these profiles and more.
MARYSVILLE PILCHUCK SHOOTING Our thoughts and prayers are with the students, families, and faculty of Marysville Pilchuck High School. Providing Information to Children after Traumatic World Events by Jen Gutzmer, MA, LMHC, Villa Academy Counselor When sudden, traumatic, and shocking events occur in the world we may be unsure of how to share information with(…)
KINDERGARTEN: READY OR NOT? A Panel Forum on Kindergarten Readiness Kindergarten has changed dramatically since we were kids and more than ever parents are wondering “what does it mean to be ready for kindergarten?” Join us for an evening with experts who can help you understand what a kindergarten-ready kid looks like and under what(…)
Congratulations to Villa 8th grader Collin M. who recently (it went live on Sept. 24th) published his first app inthe iPhone/iPad App Store. Collin designed and created Astro Brawl completely on his own over the course of this past summer. He has spent the last year teaching himself two computer languages (“Java” and “C# in Unity(…)