Our Campus and Areas We Serve
Metropolitan Washington D.C. is a thriving region with a diverse population drawing from the suburbs of D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Immanuel Christian School is located on 14-acres just off the Capital Beltway (I-495) and offers students a safe and loving environment within an expansive facility conveniently located in Fairfax County.
We are a Christian school offering a comprehensive Kindergarten-8th grade education, centrally located in Fairfax County. We serve families in all areas of Northern Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland.
We are located at 6915 Braddock Road, Springfield, Virginia 22151 on the corner of Braddock Road and Backlick Road. We are conveniently located near both I-495 and I-395 just inside the Capitol Beltway making us easily accessible from areas throughout the D.C. region.
Where our Families are Located
We serve families in the following communities:
|Cameron Station||Mt. Vernon|
|Fairfax Station||West Springfield|
District of Columbia:
|Capitol Hill/South East|
|Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling/Bolling Air Force Base|
|Hillcrest Heights||Oxon Hill-Glassmanor|
|Ft. Washington||Silver Spring|
|Marlow Heights||Temple Hills|
The Academic Facilities
Our students will find exceptional learning facilities and resources within our expansive 350,000 square foot facility. A significant expansion was completed in November of 2012 and features a state-of-the-art technology lab, a combined Middle School Science lab and classroom, smart classrooms and common area for fine arts presentations and assemblies.
The Athletic Facilities
At Immanuel Christian School, physical education and athletics are areas providing students with opportunities to learn discipline, teamwork, sportsmanship and to glorify God through using their gifts in a competitive venue. Whether playing in the recently updated gymnasium or on the newly renovated athletic field, our students develop the skills necessary to compete at the next level. Our coaches are godly role models who seek to partner with students and parents to encourage the development of Christ-like attitudes and behaviors both on and off the field of competition.