Immanuel Christian School is located centrally in Fairfax County, Virginia. With two unique, developmentally appropriate campuses that are located just two miles apart. We currently serve students from kindergarten through grade eleven. By 2021 our high school expansion will be completed, allowing students to call our campus home until graduation day.
LOWER SCHOOL CAMPUS (K-8th grades)
6915 Braddock Road
Springfield, Virginia 22151
Throughout the formative years, students enjoy an inspiring 600,000 square-foot learning space on a 14-acre campus. Features include:
- A kindergarten wing that provides separate classroom space and restrooms for our youngest learners
- SMART flat panel boards and wiring for mobile computer labs in every classroom
- A gymnasium, dedicated lunchroom, and a fine arts venue
- A library and media center
- An extensive playground, outdoor learning classroom, and garden
- Auditorium, Atrium, Student Union, and conference rooms that can be used for special events, chapel, theater, and presentations
HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS (9th-11th grades; 12th added in 2021)
5252 Cherokee Avenue
Alexandria, Virginia 22312
High school students are not just preparing for college; they are preparing for life. Our campus is designed to foster meaningful growth from grade nine to grade twelve. Students are surrounded by spiritually mature, supportive faculty while learning in an environment equipped with remarkable technology and resources, and creative and flexible spaces. A few features of the high school campus include:
- Spaces designed for collaboration and community – The Student Center is a warm, inviting place with several different seating options to allow for both study groups and to build community with friends while enjoying lunch.
- A technologically rich environment – Each high school student will receive a laptop to access online resources and apps, to collaborate with peers, and upload assignments to Google classroom to manage course work.
- Learning Stairs are the center of our school – The Learning Stairs not only connect the second and third floors but they also provide flexible and functional space for informal and formal gatherings. At the start of each day the student body gathers together to spend time together exploring Scripture and engaging in thoughtful discussion about the intersection of faith and culture.
- Experiential learning – Winterim, our international travel during the month of January, taking advantage of the museums, theaters, government sites, and historical landmarks, our students will be have the opportunity for an immersive educational experience. In addition, a protected wetlands area and county park are just outside the front doors of our high school, allowing teachers to study conservation and research the this unique environment steps away from our front door.
- Fine Arts, STEM, and more – Passions are discovered here, which is why we made special investments in state-of-the-art science lab, fine arts studio, and other areas where students can develop their God-given gifts
- Coming in phases two and three – Future campus plans include a dedicated Fine Arts space, and roof-top learning areas that incorporate a sustainable garden, outdoor classroom, and observatory.