Athletics at Virginia Academy

Programs Start at 6th Grade

At Virginia Academy, we see athletics as:

+ An opportunity for physical excellence
+ A space to foster teamwork
+ And an environment to develop a solid work-ethic
We believe that genius can be expressed through athletics as well as academics.

Sports provide many students with an opportunity to use and display their God-given talents and abilities, as well as opportunities to secure scholarships for future educational pursuits. Athletics also help to build school spirit and opportunities for social interaction.

We encourage our students of all ages to participate in a variety of intramural and interscholastic sports!

Email Our Athletics Department for More Information
 

Fall Sports


  • Varsity Girls Volleyball
  • JV Girls Volleyball
  • MS Girls Volleyball
  • Varsity Boys Soccer
  • MS Boys Soccer
  • Club Football
  • Cross Country Co-Ed

Winter Sports


  • Varsity Girls Basketball
  • MS Girls Basketball
  • Varsity Boys Basketball
  • JV Boys Basketball
  • MS Boys Basketball
  • Varsity Cheerleading
  • MS Cheerleading

Spring Sports


  • Varsity Girls Soccer
  • MS Girls Soccer
  • MS Boys Flag Football
  • Club Lacrosse

For more information about our athletics program and scheduling, visit our athletics website at vaapatriots.com


    2022 Signing Day


    Virginia Academy student-athletes Jailyn Martin, Peter Oduro and Kylie Walbert have committed to further their education and continue their athletic careers in college...

    Read the Story in the Loudoun Times Mirror >>>


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    Our Outstanding Alumni

    Saint Joseph's Basketball Center Ejike Obinna

    Ejike Obinna was born in Nigeria and moved to the states in 2013. He was given an Academic Scholarship to Virginia Academy, and helped us win the State Championship during his junior year.

    “Virginia Academy is a great environment, and I enjoy how people know and care about each other. We were basically a family, and I miss that. I wouldn’t be here at Vanderbilt if not for Virginia Academy, both in the classroom and on the court.” 

    Ejike graduated from Vanderbuilt in 2021 as a Four-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member after playing 75 games. He is currently continuing his basketball career and education at Saint Joseph's University where he is working toward his MBA.

    Read More about Ejike Obinna

    Athletics at Virginia Academy

    Programs Start at 6th Grade

    At Virginia Academy, we see athletics as:

    + An opportunity for physical excellence
    + A space to foster teamwork
    + And an environment to develop a solid work-ethic
    We believe that genius can be expressed through athletics as well as academics.

    Sports provide many students with an opportunity to use and display their God-given talents and abilities, as well as opportunities to secure scholarships for future educational pursuits. Athletics also help to build school spirit and opportunities for social interaction.

    We encourage our students of all ages to participate in a variety of intramural and interscholastic sports!

    Email Our Athletics Director for More Information
     
     

    Fall Sports


    • Varsity Girls Volleyball
    • JV Girls Volleyball
    • MS Girls Volleyball
    • Varsity Boys Soccer
    • MS Boys Soccer
    • Club Football
    • Cross Country Co-Ed

    Winter Sports


    • Varsity Girls Basketball
    • MS Girls Basketball
    • Varsity Boys Basketball
    • JV Boys Basketball
    • MS Boys Basketball
    • Varsity Cheerleading
    • MS Cheerleading

    Spring Sports


    • Varsity Girls Soccer
    • MS Girls Soccer
    • MS Boys Flag Football
    • Club Lacrosse

    For more information about our athletics program and scheduling, visit our athletics website at vaapatriots.com


      2022 Signing Day


      Virginia Academy student-athletes Jailyn Martin, Peter Oduro and Kylie Walbert have committed to further their education and continue their athletic careers in college...

      Read the Story in the Loudoun Times Mirror >>>


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