School Details

The Boyd School

42945 Waxpool Road, Broadlands, VA 20148
(703) 723-3364

(out of 10)

Private Grades PK-4 157 students 5 students/teacher (VA avg is 17)

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About this school

The Boyd School is a private elementary school in Ashburn. 157 children attend The Boyd School The student to teacher ratio at The Boyd School is 5:1. Mill Run Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.

Extracurricular activities


  • Drawing painting

Languages Taught

  • Spanish


  • Basketball
  • P.E. classes
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Yoga

Community ratings & reviews

  • (3 years ago)

    We started our oldest daughter at The Boyd School Broadlands Campus the Fall of 2006 in their Toddler program. Six years and four kids later we can say it was by far the "best" decision we have ever made. We currently have our oldest daughter in Lower Elementary 2nd grade our oldest son in Primary youngest daughter in Toddler and our youngest son although only 6 months already itching to go and start his experience at The Boyd School. We cannot imagine what our lives would be like without this amazing Montessori school right in our backyard. As parents we could not dream of a more enriching challenging self motivating and loving environment. The number one thing when my husband and I hear someone is having a baby is " have you thought about a Montessori education for them down the road? you will not be disappointed!" I know our children are being given the tools to achieve anything in life with this type of education. The Boyd School will be a part of our family for years to come! Thank you for all that you do!

  • (3 years ago)

    The teacher at the school understands my child's needs precisely and is able to motivate her by giving her the right level of Montessori while ensuring that the child learns upto her potential. Parents are very involved in the school and the principals office is always open for comments and ideas. School has great interest in connecting students with nature and I love that. Overall I am very pleased with the school. I just wish it was more affordable.

  • (3 years ago)

    My two children attend (toddler program and kindergarten) and this is my fourth year as a Boyd Broadlands mother. This school is amazing- there is such a sense of community between the parents teachers and office (Dave and Debbie). I read the other review about not receiving enough info from the staff and I agree with that statement with respect to past years. This year has been completely different- weekly emails about upcoming events have been the norm since the beginning of the school year. I have always felt welcome to come to the classroom and watch for myself or meet with the teachers for a more thorough update. And Dave the "new" director has great ideas and is open to new ones from parents - hence the "Coffee with the Director" he hosts. In a nutshell- I am so pleased with Boyd!

  • (4 years ago)

    The Boyd school has transformed my son. He is now in second grade and is just thriving! The Montessori tools their support for the child as an individual with individual learning needs and the level of caring that has been shown this year towards my child's development has really made a difference in our lives. When we started at Boyd my son read 15 words per a couple of months he was reading 115 words per minute! When the public schools told us he couldn't learn because he wasn't sitting still at his desk the Boyd school channeled his energy. Now my son is at the top of his game loves to go to school and sometimes literally won't leave until he finishes a project he's working on. Every school has challenges but I feel that Boyd does try to work on them whether it is communication or meeting your educational needs.

  • (4 years ago)

    As a parent of a current student I've been extremely disappointed in the level of communication between the school and parents. There should be more transparency on how a child is progressing than just quarterly updates especially with younger children. Often emails to the new Campus Director and the teachers go unanswered for days or are not acknowledged at all. Campus communications is often late or last minute making it difficult for working parents to readjust their schedules to volunteer or join field trips. It's a shame the school and the program seems to have great potential.

  • (5 years ago)

    This is great school and my kid is going there currently; But I think (this is my opinion) for the money we are paying School should have more activities so that kids can think differently and learn more with not much stress...

  • (6 years ago)

    We've had our 3 kids there starting in 2005. We've had fantastic teachers they've made great friends and the school has a very nice environment. I would definitely recommend it.

  • (6 years ago)

    My child had been in a standard preschool environment up until this year. I am floored by how much she has learned in 5 months! Whether it's a segment on geography the human body learning letter sounds etc. she is now far advanced from here peer group. She is at the Broadlands campus. The best decision we ever made for her!

  • (6 years ago)

    Whichever the school teacher plays the biggest role for it to be good or bad for a child. First 2 years of preschool we had very bad experience but after some research we found very good teacher. We continued their for kindergarten (3rd year).

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