Kings Glen Elementary School
5401 Danbury Forest Dr, Springfield, VA 22151
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Christine Ritter
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School Summary

Kings Glen Elementary was established in 1969 as the first grade four through grade six elementary school in Fairfax County and has remained in partnership with Kings Park Elementary (kindergarten through grade three) ever since. The school theme, Building A Positive School Community: A Family Affair, serves as a constant reminder that it is the collective responsibility of students, teachers, and parents to expect academic excellence; reinforce character and values; appreciate multiculturalism and tolerance; and foster improved self-concept school climate and academic achievement.

Kings Glen students support the building of a positive community by striving to be continuously caring, routinely respectful, highly honest, and responsible.

Parents and members of the Kings Glen community play an active and important role building a positive community. They provide academic support and cultural enrichment through a parent volunteer program that involves numerous parents on any given day.

Last Updated: 2019-02-01

Enrollment Enrollment as of April 202324: 481
Grades 4-6
FCPS Programs Last Updated: 2022-10-19
Special Features
  • After school activities including Kings' Jesters (drama club), Chess Club, All-Stars (organized games focusing on sportsmanship), Dance Club
  • Bruin Buddy Program partners Kings Glen students with student mentors from Lake Braddock Secondary School
  • Morning and Afternoon student produced news broadcast
  • Professional Development School partnered with George Mason University
Last Updated: 2019-02-01
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This school is part of Region 4 and the Lake Braddock High Pyramid. Enter your street address in the boundary locator to determine which schools your student should attend.