Do Great Things

Welcome to Loudoun School for the Gifted. At LSG, the term “gifted” refers to students who give evidence of high achievement capability in areas such as intellectual, creative, or leadership capacity, or in specific academic fields.

We are here

to offer you a truly educational, challenging, enjoyable, and inspiring school experience,

So you pursue every opportunity to

Read and learn deeply and broadly,

Think honestly, creatively, and critically, and

Work with optimism and grit to solve complex and meaningful problems.

Do Great Things.

Visit LSG

We love having prospective parents or students visit us during a school day or for a scheduled information session. If you would like to join us please let us know.

Upcoming Information Sessions

  • March 2 2PM
  • March 26 7PM
  • April 23 7PM
  • May 4 2PM

Loudoun School for the Gifted is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), an accreditation division of AdvancED.

We collaborate to create great educational technology. Actively Learn connects our students and teachers by providing a simple, customizable e-reader that’s easy for everyone to use.

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Where Bright Minds Thrive

Founded in 2008, Loudoun School for the Gifted is the only middle and high school for advanced students in Virginia.

Students work in a small, supportive community where school feels right and their ideas, interests, and highest aspirations really matter. Classes are small and are designed to encourage dialogue among teachers and peers. The setting is comfortable and the workload is reasonable. We believe this environment allows students to be and do their best.

The courses are built on great books and challenging questions, with the aim of helping students learn to think critically and creatively. Our teachers have advanced or engineering degrees in their respective fields, allowing them to provide expert guidance and academic work designed to prepare students to be successful in higher education and in their professional lives.

At our school, teachers know their students, students know their peers, and together we work to help each other do great things.