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  • Find Burgundy on Facebook

    Facebook-f.pngCheck out Burgundy's Facebook page for photos, news, and other updates. Recent posts include photos from the Fall Fair and Don Mills Memorial Reception.

  • Fall Fair: What You Need To Know

    Burgundy's Fall Fair is tomorrow Saturday, October 18, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The best place to park is Sunset Hills Baptist Church. A shuttle will run to Burgundy starting at 10:45 a.m., with the last shuttle leaving the school at 3:30 p.m. Activity tickets will be available to purchase at the Blacktop and near First Grade; will call for pre-orders at the Blacktop only. Bring cash for sales. Volunteers should check in at the Information Tent on the Blacktop.

  • Save the Date! Annual Fall Fair

    Burgundy's Fall Fair will be Saturday, October 18, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. This annual event attracts current families, prospective families, alumni families, and neighbors. It's a fun, festive way to celebrate our community while also raising money for financial aid. The event has food, live music, games and prizes, and so much more. If you're interested in volunteering or have questions, please contact Fall Fair Coordinator Allison Niedbala.

  • Burgundy Summer Day Camp

    The Burgundy Summer Day Camp, for ages 3.75 - 12, with an additional CIT program, opens Monday, June 16 - Friday, August 8. Campers enjoy Burgundy's pastoral setting, which includes an outdoor pool, large field, air-conditioned Gym, outdoor amphitheater, hiking trails, pond and barn! For more information, call: 703-960-3431/703-842-0480 or 703-842-0499 [Camp Office from June 16 on] or click here.

  • Eighth-Graders Bring Beloved 'Wizard of Oz' to Burgundy

    Seventy-five years ago The Wizard of Oz debuted on the big screen, and on Thursday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the Loft, Burgundy's eighth-graders will debut the musical on their stage. Join us for performances May 15-17, and click the link above for more information.

  • 2014 Lois and Eric Sevareid Forum

    Burgundy parents are invited to join us on Wednesday, April 16, at 7:00 p.m. in the Gym for the 2014 Lois and Eric Sevareid Forum with internet safety experts Marje Monroe and Doug Fodeman. Click the link above to read more about how Marge and Doug will discuss the use and impact of technology on child and adolescent development, offering concrete and real-life strategies on this important topic.

  • Congratulations, Shakespeare Students

    Congratulations to the students of Burgundy's "Shakespeare Made Easy" Middle School elective class. They performed a 25-minute adaptation of Twelfth Night at the Folger Library's Secondary School Shakespeare Festival, an annual celebration of Shakespeare primarily for high school students. Click the link above for more information and highlights.

  • Burgundy and the Ultimate 'Essential Question': What to Teach

    Click the link above to read an article from our Head of School, Jeff Sindler, about what and how to teach for enduring understanding.

  • 2014 Auction

    Join us on Saturday, March 8, for "Black & White and Burgundy: A Masquerade Fundraiser for Financial Aid." Click the link above for more.

  • Bikes for the World: Featured Volunteer

    Bikes for the World highlighted Burgundy as their "Featured Volunteer" in this blog post from February 6, 2014.

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