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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

32 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
37 of are schools are equipped to offer special needs resources. 5 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.