NBRS Badge for Emerick Elementary School
Emerick Elementary School - Purcellville, VA
Today's Learners... Tomorrow's Leaders
Emerick Elementary is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is only 60 minutes away from Washington, DC. Emerick utilizes its natural surroundings to enhance student learning. Emerick provides authentic learning experiences through project based learning, which develops critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators, and contributors to the world we all live in.
The vision of Emerick Elementary School -- "Today's Learners... Tomorrow's Leaders" is the belief that we are given the responsibility of building strong leaders of the future. One of our many goals is to nurture enthusiastic learners through an authentic learning environment. Emerick's staff is committed to the development of students who are productive problem solvers and who can navigate success and failure in the real world.
School does not stop for our students when the summer bell rings at the end of the school year. We encourage our students to continuously learn and grow over the summer months. Our Library and Computer Lab doors are open for scheduled events most Wednesdays throughout the summer and many of our teachers volunteer their time to work with the children during the time these programs are being held.
Emerick's faculty and staff have created a professional learning environment that continuously seeks out new learning experiences that change with the growing need of education in the ever-changing world in which we are raising our children. The Emerick community is supportive in all endeavors related to the education of our children and they work together to find success for all.
Emerick Elementary School
440 South Nursery Avenue
Purcellville, VA, 20132-3207
Mrs. Dawn Haddock, Principal at time of Nomination
Loudoun County Public School District
Emerick nurtures enthusiastic learners through an authentic learning environment. Emerick is committed to developing productive problem solvers in the 21st century, who can navigate success and failures in their real world.
- Black/African American: 2%
- White: 78%
- Hispanic: 9%
- Asian: 5%
- Native American: 1%
- Two or more races: 5%
- ELL: 6%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 22%