• Farmwell Station's Awards and Recognitions
    Farmwell Station was named a School to Watch by the National Association for Middle School Reform in 2007. Farmwell was re-designated as a School to Watch in 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019.
     
    In 2008, the Washington Post Magazine's Educational Review recognized Farmwell Station as one of 30 top-performing middle schools in the Washington region. 
     
    In 2009, 2017 and 2018, Farmwell Station received the Virginia Board of Education Excellence Award.
     
    Farmwell Station received the Virginia Distinguished Achievement Award every year from 2010-2015.
     
    In 2008, Virginia governor Tim Kaine instituted the Governor's Award for Educational Excellence and Farmwell Station was one of 89 schools in Virginia to earn that prestigious designation.
     
    In April 2016, Farmwell was one of only eight schools in the State of Virginia, and one of two in Loudoun County, to receive the Governor's Award for Educational Excellence.
     
    In 2017, Niche (an organization that publishes information about schools and districts to parents researching schools) ranked Farmwell Station 10th in the state of Virginia for middle schools. Niche ranks the top 100 elementary, middle, and high schools in each state by exploring SAT/ACT scores, student-teacher ratios, the quality of colleges students consider and reviews from parents and students.
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on January 19, 2021