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Our campus is on the banks of the Rappahannock River, in the heart of historic Tappahannock, Virginia. Tappahannock was settled in the 1600s, (it's name means "town on the rise and fall of water") and some of our buildings date back to the 18th century!

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Brockenbrough House: admissions and communications offices St. Margaret's Hall: administrative and business offices, classrooms, Chapel The Cottage: classrooms The Woolfolk Center: classrooms, library, study hall, faculty-student center Community Technology Center: classrooms, The Margaret Robinson Broad Dining Room, the Ellen Brooks art gallery McCuan Hall: student and faculty residences Anderton House: student and faculty residences Latane Hall: student and faculty residences, fitness center, pottery studio, health center and student life offices Ball Memorial Gymnasium 42 acre athletic complex