Villa Academy Programs
Villa students have a love of learning that reaches beyond our dynamic classrooms to our beautiful, wooded campus, where lessons are dramatically brought to life — whether it is preschoolers gathering apples in the orchard, fourth-graders recreating the Lewis and Clark trail, or middle school students studying soil formations and tree growth patterns.
Students in every grade participate in the Cabrinian tradition of helping others in need through community service. It’s another reason why Villa graduates are so well prepared to succeed not only in school but also in life.
Recent Successes and Current Challenges
Every year, we graduate approximately 40 eighth grade students who then move on to attend the some of the area's most rigorous high school programs.
As an independent school, Villa Academy is self-supporting, receiving no money from local, state or federal taxes or from the Archdiocese of Seattle. Independent, non-parochial schools, like Villa Academy must rely on wise stewardship, tuition income (about 87% of our expenses are met through student tuition), annual fund contributions, endowment income and other fundraising efforts (the annual Auction, for example) to meet operating expenses.