West Virginia’s Liberty Bell
A woman in an extravagantly tailored dress walks beside a man in a Civil War uniform. Single story brick structures with arching windows line thin roads. But amidst this picturesque […]
It is to society’s general knowledge that controversy and conflict are to be avoided. We see it as our responsibility to uphold the morals and ethics of the outdated institutions […]
Hi everyone, Gina Rufo here! Today was my first official day with the National History Academy and we took a field-trip to James Madison’s home, Montpelier. The beautiful grounds are […]
National History Academy hosts over 20 guest speakers who are nationally recognized experts in their fields. These speakers supplement the lessons learned in the site visits, Harvard Business School case […]
Student Residential Life
The National History Academy is hosted at the Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Virginia, located just 25 miles from Dulles Airport. Foxcroft has a beautiful student-centered campus providing a safe and secure […]
National History Academy is built around learning at many of the defining sites of American history. But you will not just take a tour as a member of the general […]
National History Academy employs a parliamentary debate program which allows our students to discuss challenging modern issues, just as history’s leaders debated difficult issues at defining times of American history. […]
The National History Academy will employ the case method, which has been the core pedagogy of Harvard Business School since the early twentieth century. Students will read and discuss cases from the History of American Democracy curriculum developed by Harvard Business School Professor David Moss.
Proudly Supported by Ken Burns
National History Academy – Summer 2019 Recruitment Promo featuring Ken Burns. National History Academy is thrilled to have the support of Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker. Ken Burns has produced over […]
The Case Method of Learning
The National History Academy employs the case method, which has been the core pedagogy of Harvard Business School since the early twentieth century. Students read and discuss cases from the History of American Democracy curriculum developed by Harvard Business School Professor David Moss.