Our Mission

"We wish our students to become strong in body, broad of mind, tender of heart, responsive in soul." – Mary Hyde DuVal, Founding Headmistress

Our History

1910 St. Anne's School founded

1913 St. Anne's School first graduating class

1939 The new academic building, Randolph Hall, is named after Augusta Blue Randolph, headmistress 

1955  The Belfield School opens

1970 St. Anne's and Belfield School merger approved

1974 First co-ed graduating class from St. Anne's-Belfield School

2010 Belfield Campus grand opening and Centennial Celebration 

2023 Randolph Hall renovations complete, opening of the Lourie Learning Center

2024 Semicentennial Celebration — Save the Date for Saturday, April 13, 2024


Calling all alumni, families, and friends! We're celebrating 50 years since the merger of the St. Anne's School and the Belfield School!


April 12 – 14

Info & RSVP


Core Purpose

To inspire and prepare the next generation of exemplary citizens and visionary leaders.

Our Leadership

Our Senior Administration Leadership Team (SALT) is made up of experienced school leaders spanning everything from operations to academics. 

Our Leadership 


Our Community

Community is at the heart of St. Anne's-Belfield School. From the admission process to graduation and beyond, Saints work in partnership to support whole-child education.

Our Community

Our Alumni

With over 3,800 alumni across the globe, we are here to help you get connected, involved, and give back to our Saints community! Whether you attended St. Anne's, Belfield, or St. Anne's-Belfield we welcome you back to visit whenever you can! 

Our Alumni

Our Campuses
St-Annes-Belfield Campus

Across two campuses and 55 acres in the heart of Charlottesville, we are extremely lucky to call this school our home! 

Our Campuses

Core Values

Integrity, Curiosity, Diversity, Creativity, Agency, Impact