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Chantilly, VA located in Loudoun County on the western boundary of Fairfax County in Northern Virginia has become a real estate boom town in recent years. This popular location for commuters is growing fast! Many new developments have sprouted up in the past few of years and offer homes with popular features and great community amenities.
Chantilly VA originally a Colonial Settlement
On September 1, 1862, the Battle of Chantilly took place, beyond Chantilly Plantation on the Little River Turnpike near Ox Hill. Making a wide flanking march, Maj. Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson hoped to cut off the Union retreat from Bull Run. Jackson sent his divisions against two Union divisions under Maj. Gens. Philip Kearny and Isaac Stevens. The confederates attack was stopped by fierce fighting during a severe thunderstorm. Union generals Stevens and Kearny were both killed. Recognizing that his army was still in danger at Fairfax Courthouse, Maj. Gen. John Pope accepted his defeat and continued to Washington.
chantilly va land set aside by u.s. Government as Part of the Dulles Airport Land Purchase
Chantilly VA Schools
Chantilly is served by Fairfax County Public Schools. The six elementary schools are Brookfield, Greenbriar East, Greenbriar West, Lees Corner, Navy and Poplar Tree. Rocky Run Middle School and Franklin Middle School are the middle schools serving the area, while Westfield High School and Chantilly High School are the community’s high schools. St. Timothy School and St. Veronica School are private Catholic schools within the Chantilly area. Westfield High School had an enrollment of 3,260 students, making it the one of the largest four-year high schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Westfield was listed as the 46th best high school in the United States by Newsweek magazine in 2002 while Chantilly was 72nd. The Washington Post ranked Westfield 27th in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area in 2006. These accolades come from the high percentage of students enrolled in Chantilly’s and Westfield’s Advanced Placement (AP) classes.
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