Villa Victoria Academy, the oldest Catholic all-girls school in New Jersey, graduated its 79th class on June 5th. Villa Victoria Academy was established in 1933 by the Religious Teachers Fillippini in Ewing, New Jersey at the Scudder Falls Bridge. Villa is located on a beautiful 44-acre campus on the Delaware River.
The Villa Class of 2016, although only 13 students strong, earned over $4 million dollars in college scholarships. The graduates were accepted at a variety of prestigious colleges and universities including Penn State University, University of Virginia, University of Michigan, Rutgers University, Fordham University and Rochester Institute of Technology.
Villa continues to provide a college preparatory education to young women residing in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Small classes and individualized attention allow Villa girls to reach their full potential. For more information regarding Villa Victoria visit their website at www.villavictoria.org or call the school at 609-882-1700 ext. 19.