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Villa Madonna Academy (Villa) is a private, Catholic school for boys and girls in grades K-12 founded in 1904 by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery. The academic model is divided into two schools: elementary school (grades K-6) and the high school which combines junior high (grades 7-8) with grades (9-12), enabling students to accelerate academically but graduate with their class.
Accelerated, personalized classes shape skillful learners and independent thinkers from kindergarten through high school, where 100 percent of our graduates attend college with an average of 98 percent earning scholarships.
Customized academics, inclusive extracurricular activities, religious instruction, and community service broaden students' life experiences while instilling confidence, respect, and sense of community.