There are many reasons why our students are leaders and difference-makers. See why St. Paul VI Catholic High School’s outstanding academic programs, diverse extracurricular activities, and strong sense of community set our private school apart.
Our 1,000 students receive focused, individual attention from our faculty.
With 111 electives, students feed their intellectual curiosity in diverse topics from the arts to business to genetics.
Our 21 Advanced Placement classes and 23 Dual Enrollment courses prepare students for the rigorous work ahead in college.
Sixty-eight percent of our faculty holds a master’s degree or higher.
Our Options program for students with learning differences and disabilities brings a PVI education to all who seek one and strengthens our community in diversity of thought and people.
Virtually 100% of our students are accepted to college when compared to like students in public and private schools. The Class of 2020 received over 20 million dollars in college scholarship offers.
Technology is integrated into every academic discipline. During our hybrid model to begin the 2020-2021 school year, students access their courses in a virtual environment using Google Meet 50% of the time and 50% of the time are on campus.
Our community lives out our Catholic faith, with optional twice-daily Masses, weekly confessions, and a monthly school-wide Mass. Students take a Theology course each semester to further learn and apply their faith.
Retreats offer students the opportunity to become closer to each other and to God.
With more than 21,000 hours of community service, Panthers learn the value of helping others.
PVI offers over 2.5 million dollars yearly in financial aid and scholarships and 40% receive aid.
St. Paul VI Catholic High School is a private college preparatory school for girls and boys in grades 9-12 in Chantilly, Virginia, seeking to help our students Grow in Grace and Wisdom. Our Washington area prep school is part of the Diocese of Arlington and offers rigorous academics, an inclusive community focused on spiritual and leadership formation, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division I high school athletics in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.