St. Anne's-Belfield School
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St. Anne's-Belfield School (also called St. Anne's or STAB) is a co-educational, private boarding and day school for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
The origins of the school date back to the founding of the Albemarle Female Institute in the 1850's  at the intersection of 10th and Jefferson Streets. By 1910, the school was failing and was purchased by a man named Henry Lee, who renamed it St-Anne's School. In 1939, St. Anne's was moved to a property on Ivy Road that had formerly been owned by journalist Elizabeth Wetmore. By 1975, the school merged with the neighboring Belfield School.
- St. Anne's-Belfield School:About STAB
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