St. Stephen's and St. Agnes
|College||St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School|
|Dates||July 21 - August 9|
|Years of Operation||2000-Present|
|Avg. Number of Students||300|
|Humanities||Model United Nations and Advanced Geography | The Ancient World | Toyology | The Olympics|
|Writing||Writing and Reading Workshop | Writing and Imagination|
|Math||Math Problem Solving | Geometry and Spatial Sense | Numbers: Zero to Infinity | Inductive and Deductive Reasoning|
|Computer Science||Introduction to Robotics|
|Science||Be a Scientist! | Inventions | The Edible World | Through the Microscope | Crystals and Polymers | Examining the Evidence | The Physics of Engineering | The Sensory Brain | Science Spoilers | Space: To Infinity and Beyond ||
Alexandria is a Baby CTY site held at St. Stephen's and St. Agnes in Alexandria, Virginia. Please note this is a day site, which means that a parent must bring their child to and from the site every day. Basically, they must live in the local or around the area of this site to attend. It is not a college, so there are no dorms for students and staff to stay for in during the session. This site is only available during Session 2. It has courses for all age groups (2-3, 3-4, 4-5, and 5-6 grade), with the exception of the writing courses, which are only available for 3rd grade and up. Also note that these grades are a reflection of the grades they have completed.
This school began as two separate institutions, St. Agnes being founded in 1924 and St. Stephen's in 1944. They were put together in 1991 and have been that way ever since.