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Catholic School Statistics

Diocese of Arlington Catholic Schools

Holy Family48 Catholic schools:
37 Diocesan elem/mid schools 
2 Private elem/mid schools
4 Diocesan high schools
1 Private high school
3 Stand-alone Preschool Programs
1 Private Daycare Center

St. Timothy 2016 4922017-2018 Student Enrollment:
Pre-K, Elementary, and Middle School Students: 13,090
High School Students:3,576
Private School Students: 798
Total Student Enrollment: 17,464 

teacher student2017-2018 Professional Staff
Lay Men: 255
Lay Women: 1,531
Male Religious: 3
Clergy: 8
Religious Sisters: 31
TOTAL Staff: 1,828

st. ambrose2017 Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
(Please contact individual schools for specific results.)
Diocese of Arlington: 1098
State of Virginia: 1095
National Scores: 1044

Thirty-two of our elementary school offer Extended Day Programs and 31 have Preschool and/or Prekindergarten programs. 

Blue Ribbon Excellence
Over half of our schools have been recognized as Blue Ribbon Schools by the Department of Education, a national program which "recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups." (

You Can Afford Catholic School!
Our students received more than $4.8 million in scholarships and tuition assistance in the 2016-2017 school year.

Virtually all of our seniors graduate from high school. 98% of our graduates are accepted by colleges and universities. Our 2016 high school graduates were awarded $83.2 million in grants and scholarships for their college educations.

47% of Diocese of Arlington Catholic school teachers have completed post-graduate work. Our teachers have a combined teaching experience totaling over 16,000 years.

Special Needs
Thirty-seven of our schools are equipped to offer special needs resources. Five of our schools offer programs for developmentally and intellectually delayed students.

Diocese of Arlington Catholic schools students perform over 350,000 hours of service at home and abroad on average, annually.

To date, 128 of our graduates have gone on to pursue religious vocations.