Hayfield Elementary School opened in 1967 on the Hayfield Farm portion of George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate. It serves more than seven hundred students in kindergarten through grade six and is a part of Hayfield Pyramid Schools. Fairfax County completed Hayfield's building renewal in 2003 providing the community with a beautiful 21st Century building.
Hayfield Elementary School's collaborative school community is inspired to help all students achieve in a physically and emotionally safe environment by fostering partnerships between parents, teachers, and students. The school takes special pride in creating a unique learning environment where all students are valued and empowered. Our vision is NEST!
We will NURTURE all students by creating a supportive and safe learning environment.
Through collaboration we will EDUCATE students to be innovative problem solvers.
We will encourage students to SOAR by teaching them to be resilient and goal-directed individuals.
Students will THRIVE as they act responsibly and ethically within their global community.
Talented and dedicated staff members strive to create a climate of academic excellence. Literacy is fostered through a wide range of reading and writing experiences for information and pleasure.
Hayfield is a community school, supported by a strong Parent Teacher Association (PTA). The school enjoys active parent involvement in programs. Hayfield Elementary's PTA is instrumental in their support and is commended for enhancing instructional programming by offering programs to enrich the curriculum, securing tools that foster learning and sponsoring activities that promote school spirit. Students from nearby Hayfield Secondary School provide support as peer tutors, Teacher Cadets and volunteers. The Student Council Association (SCA), School Safety Patrol Program and the WHES Television News Show provide students with leadership and citizenship opportunities in their school and community. Hayfield Elementary is proud of its academic success, parental support, and programs that enrich, encourage, and enlighten its students.
Last Updated: 2019-02-01