Blue Ridge School challenges boys to reach beyond their current level of performance to discover their potential, not only in the classroom but also in life. Our curriculum is designed specifically for adolescent boys. Our faculty and staff, who understand their very nature, engage the students in hands-on activities, using topics and materials that interest them.
Our students develop qualities of honor, character, self-discipline, and a love of learning—qualities that promise success in college and beyond. Blue Ridge School places value on building friendships and being part of a community, a family. And it aims to develop self-esteem and assurance in each boy as they accomplish goals, encounter success and explore new interests.
Put simply, Blue Ridge School provides boys with the experience all young men should have to prepare them for college and life.
Visit our campus. You can tour the grounds; meet faculty, staff and students; and get a sense for what your son’s life would be like at Blue Ridge School.
To schedule a visit, receive admissions materials, or ask questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 434-985-2811.
The Groves Family Legacy Tuition Program honors Robert W. “Bobby” Groves III ’67 and his family. Bobby and his wife Anne were the first alumni parents to enroll a child at BRS. Their son Billy graduated in 1995 and their nephews Johnson and Robert Stevens were equally successful here, graduating in 2003 and 2006, respectively.
Blue Ridge is incredibly proud of this legacy and for the sterling example that Bobby and his family have set.