Admissions

Why Veritas?

At Richmond’s only JK - 12 classical, Christian school,
we focus not only on what children learn but who they are becoming. 

A Place to Flourish

On our beautiful historic campus in the Northside of Richmond, the parents and faculty of over 600 students are cultivating strong minds and tender hearts. We are a community dedicated to both scholarship and discipleship, to the cultivation of both mind and soul, and we desire to continue to partner with parents who want the sameparents who are:
  • Pointing their children to Christ at home and at church.
  • Interested in a school that prioritizes the shepherding of hearts, not just academic rigor.
  • Eager to be part of a community of faith and learning, where relationships with faculty, staff, students, and other parents are valued.
  • Committed to engaging with all aspects of their children’s academic work: valuing the content, seeking help when it is needed, and staying connected to teachers.

Please look at the information available on our website, particularly the Portrait of a Graduate and overview of classical education. If the description above sounds like you and you're intrigued about what this education would mean for your family, Veritas might be just the school you are looking for! We hope that you will request information and schedule a tour so that you can experience Veritas firsthand.

We are thankful for your interest and look forward to continuing this important conversation.

W. Keith Nix
Head of School
 

Is Veritas right for our family?

If you're wondering whether Veritas might be the right school for your family, here are some good indicators that you should request information and schedule a tour:

List of 4 items.

  • Faith

    We intentionally point our children to Christ at home and through active involvement in a local church.
  • Priorities

    We are interested in a school that prioritizes the shepherding of hearts, not just academic rigor.
  • Relationships

    We want to be part of a community of faith and learning where relationships with faculty, staff, students, and other parents are valued.
  • Engagement

    We are committed to engaging with all aspects of our children’s academic work: valuing the content, helping with homework, seeking help when it is needed, and staying connected to teachers.