Are you looking for a new home near Hunt Valley Elementary School? Finding a new home can be stressful, now, add researching schools to the equation and it can be overwhelming.

What are the most commons things parents want to know when looking for a home in near Hunt Valley Elementary School? Well, I did a little research.

When looking for an elementary school parents usually want to know about the size of the school, the student to teacher ratio, the school’s ratings, and available options for before and after care. Below I’ve listed 4 things that will help you determine if Hunt Valley Elementary is the right fit your you and your family.

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4 Things About Hunt Valley Elementary

Academics

Hunt Valley has an Advanced Academic Program. The school works with teachers to identify students that may benefit from the program, however, you can also request a screening of your child by contact the school directly.

Specials at Hunt Valley in a number of options for students interested in exploring their musical side. Students in upper grades can sign up for chorus, band, or orchestra. If your child joins either of these classes they will still have general music once a week.

Hunt Valley has a number of opportunities for students to give back and participate outside of their gen ed courses. Students can volunteer to be peer mediators, safety patrols, student council, and even a school broadcasting program.

There are over 150 students that participate in the Hunt Valley Special Education program.

Enrollment

Hunt Valley is mid-sized school by Fairfax County standards. The school’s grades span kindergarten – 6th with nearly 700 students enrolled each school year.

Students living in the 22152 zip code, specifically in Bramblewood. Gambrill Pointe, Middle Valley, Newington Woods, and Rolling Valley could possibly attend Hunt Valley Elementary. Hunt Valley is in the West Springfield Pyramid that means if your child goes to Hunt Valley Elementary they’ll go to Irving Middle School then West Springfield High School.

We always recommend you check out the Fairfax County Boundary Locator to confirm the schools serving a specific address before making any decision to buy or rent a home. 

School Hours

If you’re relocating from another part of the country you may be unfamiliar with the Fairfax County school calendar. School starts during the last week of August and ends in either the second or third week of June.

One important thing to consider is the school’s hours of operation. If you need to be at work by 8:30 that could present some challenges for you, especially if you’re commuting to the District or the Pentagon.

Hunt Valley’s hours are Monday through Friday are 9:20 to 4:05.

Hunt Valley offers SACC which is a before and after-school program has with the Office for Children of Fairfax County. However, I have to warn you that SACC often times has a waiting list that’s months long. Check out the SACC website to see if there are spots currently available.

If you are unable to get your child signed up for SACC there are a number of private before and after care programs in the area that will drop off and pick up your child.

Parent Involvement

Parent involvement has been linked to student achievement. When looking for a school for your kids you’re also looking for a school that’s a good fit for you as well.

Hunt Valley PTA supports the school through various fundraisers and events during the school year. The Hunt Valley PTA sponsors many enrichment programs throughout the year, in the past that has included a chess club, art class, and an after-school science lab. They also host a number of social events including a family movie night. Check out their website for a list of upcoming events and meetings.

There are lots of opportunities to support your child and the school by volunteering in the lunchroom, office, and classrooms. Your level of involvement can be as much or as little as you like.


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Hunt Valley Elementary School Ratings


Fairfax County Elementary Schools have numerous rating systems to measure the performance of schools in Northern Virginia. Two of the most popular methods are GreatSchools.org providing ratings based on test scores, and SchoolDigger.com ranks schools by comparing them to other schools throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.


GreatSchools.org* rated Hunt Valley Elementary School as 7/10.
SchoolDigger.com* rating came in at 278th of 1,097 schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Students attending Hunt Valley Elementary School will move through the Fairfax County Pyramid system to Irving Middle School which feeds into West Springfield High School. It is recommended that future home buyers use Fairfax County Boundary Locator to confirm the schools serving a specific address before making any decisions.


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Hunt Valley Elementary School Location

Hunt Valley Elementary School is located at:
7107 Sydenstricker Rd
Springfield, Virginia 22152.

The school’s main phone number is:

703-913-8800.

School Website:

The school’s public grades span Kindergarten – 6th with 673 students and 15.2 Student/Teacher Ratio.

Gender enrollment for the 2015 – 2016 school year for Hunt Valley Elementary School was 362 Males and 311 Females.

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