​​​​​​​​​​​​​Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations… Teaching them to carry out everything I have commanded you. – Matthew 27:19-20

Mission Statement

The administration, faculty, and staff of St. Veronica Catholic School recognize the dignity of each person by seeing Christ in every child. The mission of the school is to ensure vibrant religious education and exemplary academics by empowering our students and faculty through faith and knowledge.

Philosophy of Learning

In the spirit of Christ, who is the perfect teacher, the administration, faculty, and staff of St. Veronica School recognize that each child is an intellectual, spiritual, and social being with an inherent desire to learn. We recognize that the growth of the whole child best occurs in an atmosphere permeated by respect, love, and the modeling of virtues.

We strive to provide each child with a physically and emotionally safe place to learn through reflection and participation. We strive to offer a structured and stimulating academic environment, incorporating varied instruction coupled with compassionate discipline. As facilitators, we work to develop a child’s potential by fostering critical thinking, innovation, and the right use of personal freedom. Finally, the administration, faculty, and staff of St. Veronica School understand that learning is truly formative when parents are acknowledged as the primary educators and work in collaboration with the principal, teachers, and students.


St. Veronica Catholic School has received full accreditation from the Virginia Catholic Education Association, and continues to pursue academic excellence in a faith-filled atmosphere.

School Hours (2018-2019)

7:55 a.m.- 3:10 p.m.


St. Veronica’s $10 million facility includes a multimedia library, wireless computer labs, science lab, ActivBoards in all classrooms, and a large music and art room.


Investing in education begins with investing in outstanding teacher. St. Veronica Catholic School is committed to maintaining a high-quality faculty and staff who are devoted to Catholic education.


Following Diocesan Guidelines for all subjects, St. Veronica Catholic School has an exemplary and award winning academic K-8 program. Named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2013, St. Veronica Catholic School is proud to offer an award winning academic program that develops students’ potential by fostering critical thinking, innovation and the right use of personal freedom.​  St. Veronica Catholic School emphasizes the development of the Catholic faith, values, and attitudes.

  • We are strongly committed to S.T.E.M (science, technology, engineering and math) and offer advanced mathematics classes (Pre-Algebra and Algebra in seventh and eighth grades to qualified students), science and technology classes.  Our students consistently place in the top 10% at the Diocesan Science Fair.
  • We have a $50,000 wireless computer lab and ActivBoards in the classrooms.
  • We offer classes in the humanities, including religion, language arts and literature, history and social studies, art, music, Latin, and library.  Many of our students have been awarded gold and silver medals on National Latin and Mythology exams.
  • St. Veronica Catholic School is the only diocesan school to be named President’s Challenge Physical Fitness State Champion School.
  • St. Veronica Catholic School exceeds both diocesan and national averages on TerraNova and high school placement.  We have a National Junior Honor Society and our students have been awarded over $100,000 in high school academic scholarships.  St. Veronica School was named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2013. ​​
  • We offer full-day kindergarten.

Small Class Size​

Students receive more individual attention because of our small class sizes (between 13 to 27 students in each class) – we believe that this is vital to a quality education.​

Masses and Confessions

Students attend Mass as a school community weekly on Fridays.  First Friday devotions and Lenten Stations of the Cross are also observed. Our Parish priests visit the classrooms frequently and hear confessions weekly from various grades.


St. Veronica Catholic School is an extension of the mission of St. Veronica Parish. Families are strongly encouraged to volunteer their time, talent, and treasure to the mission of the parish and the school.  The parents or legal guardians of each family registered at St. Veronica School are required to earn a minimum of 60 points for combined volunteer services (12 hours of service) during the current academic year.  For more information on Volunteer Commitment Opportunities, please visit our PTO page.

Dress Code

Specific uniforms are required and are available through Lands End. Detailed information is available on our Uniform Information page, under the About Us tab, on our website.

Community Outreach

St. Veronica Catholic School is committed to social outreach and service projects. Community service projects are conducted throughout the year and include:

  • Collecting and sending Christmas boxes to deployed soldiers in Iraq
  • Canned food drive during Catholic Schools Week
  • Raising funds through Dress-Down Days to assist families in need
  • Supply drives to assist new mothers in need​

Non-Discrimination Clause

Catholic Schools, administered under the authority of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, ​comply with those constitutional and statutory provisions, as may be specifically applicable to the schools, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, marital status, disability, national origin, or citizenship in the administration of their educational, personnel, admissions, financial aid, athletic and other school administered programs.

​​​This policy does not preclude the existence of single sex schools, nor does it conflict with the priority given to Catholics for admission as students. This policy also does not preclude the ability of the school to undertake and/or enforce appropriate actions with respect to students who advocate on school property or at school functions any practices or doctrines which are inconsistent with the religious tenets of the Catholic faith.​​