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21000 Education Ct.
Ashburn 20148
571-252-1000
schools@loudoun.k12.va.us
www.loudoun.k12.va.us

Edgar B. Hatrick III
Superintendent
571-252-1020

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School Board

21000 Education Ct.
Ashburn 20148
571-252-1020
schools@loudoun.k12.va.us
http://www.loudoun.k12.va.us
Meetings:4 and 6:30 p.m. the second Tuesday and 6:30 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month; no fourth-Tuesday meetings in July, August and December.

Robert F. DuPree Jr. (Dulles)
Chairman
rfdupree@aol.com
703-729-3430

Tom Reed (At Large)
Vice chairman
tomreedatlarge@aol.com
703-777-1088

John Stevens (Potomac)
stevens@loudounschools.org
703-328-3782

J. Warren Geurin (Sterling)
jwgeurin@aol.com
703-437-9428

Priscilla B. Godfrey (Blue Ridge)
qbeeme@aol.com
540-687-5689

Joseph M. Guzman (Sugarland Run)
mail@josephguzman.com
703-421-6528

Mark J. Nuzzaco (Catoctin)
mark@nuzzacolcps.org
703-771-2056

Bob Ohneiser (Broad Run)
ohneiserlaw@verizon.net
703-729-6446

Sarah B. Smith (Leesburg)
sarahbsmith@comcast.net
703-777-4974

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Higher Education

George Mason University
Mason in Loudoun
21641 Ridgetop Circle, Suite 210
Sterling 20166
703-993-4350
Fax: 703-430-6287
http://loudoun.gmu.edu
The satellite campus of Fairfax-based GMU offers undergraduate and graduate courses, including classes in nursing, education, information technology and conflict resolution.

George Washington University
Virginia Campus
20101 Academic Way
Ashburn 20147
703-726-8200
Fax: 703-726-3655
webquestions@va.gwu.edu
http://www.gwvirginia.gwu.edu
The campus, built in 1991, serves 530 students. It offers executive and accelerated graduate-level programs in business, education and human development, and engineering and applied science. It also has a bachelor's program in pharmacogenomics.

Marymount University
Loudoun Academic Center
Sterling
loudoun@marymount.edu
http://www.marymount.edu/loudoun
The satellite campus of the Arlington-based Catholic university, with 200 students, offers undergraduate and graduate courses, including classes in business, education, liberal studies and psychology. A new campus is Reston is planned this summer.

Northern Virginia Community College, Loudoun Campus
1000 Harry Flood Byrd Hwy.
Sterling 20164
703-450-2500
Fax: 703-450-2536
http://www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/

Old Dominion University
Northern Virginia Center
21335 Signal Hill Plaza, Suite 300
Sterling 20164
703-948-2750
Fax: 703-948-2762
nvc@odu.edu
http://odu.site.advantalink.com
This campus offers undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs. Utilizing distance learning technologies, the center offers courses via two-way videoconferencing, TELETECHNET, video streaming and the Internet, as well as traditional on-site instruction.

Patrick Henry College
1 Patrick Henry Cir.
Purcellville 20132
540-338-1776
Fax: 540-338-8707
info@phc.edu
http://www.phc.edu
Opened in 2000, this private, four-year liberal arts college incorporates Christianity into classes and all aspects of campus life and has close ties to the home-school movement.

Shenandoah University
Northern Virginia Campus
908 Trailview Blvd.
Leesburg 20175
703-777-7414
loudoun@su.edu
http://www.su.edu/nvcampus
Founded in 1990, this campus of the Winchester university offers programs in business, education and nursing, as well as continuing education classes. It has a monthly open house for interested students.

Strayer University
Loudoun Campus
45150 Russell Branch Pkwy., Suite 200
Ashburn 20147
703-729-8800
Fax: 703-729-8820
loudoun@strayer.edu
http://www.strayer.edu
The university offers undergraduate and graduate classes in business, information technology, education, public administration and health services administration.

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