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Our students and PTA put on a fabulous show!  The Little Mermaid Jr. After 28 years with FCPS... ...and 6 Years at Hunters Woods... ...Thank you for all you've done for us! Mrs. Cope joins our top 3 spellers for a picture! Bob Simon shared the history of Reston with our Junior Engineers in Training! Hunters Woods SCA sponsored a crazy sock day! Students demonstrated what they have learned about states and countries! WJLA visited Hunters Woods to showcase weather to 3rd grade. HWES Students wowed audiences with their performances. Hunters Woods celebrated over 10 years as a Changing Education Through the Arts school! Our 4th graders captured expression & excitement through dance.


Hunters Woods Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences is proud to serve the Reston, Virginia community as a Fairfax County school. The students and staff at Hunters Woods establish a collaborative educational community with a focus on innovations in teaching and learning. Emphasis is placed on the awakening of intellectual curiosity through experience based programs. Learning takes place in an encouraging atmosphere where students generate and test their own hypotheses and where there are no limits to the students' learning potential.


Mental Health Resources
  • Monday, April 7 will be a snow make-up day. Students have a FULL DAY of school.
    School Hours on this Monday:
    8:55 am – 3:35 pm
  • Information about the FY2014 and FY2015 FCPS Budgets

Watch D.O.G.S. Interest Survey

Are you interested in finding out about other ways to be involved with your school?
We are exploring the idea of starting at WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) program here at Hunters Woods. Sign-Up to get more information.

Junior Engineers in Training on Red Apple 21

4th Grade Living History on Red Apple 21

Changing Education Through the Arts


Hunters Woods Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences is proud to have been selected as one of 16 schools in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area to be a member of the Kennedy Center's Changing Education Through the Arts (CETA) program. Our school's partnership with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, which began in 1999, helps teachers develop their expertise in integrating the arts with the teaching of other school subjects (such as history, language arts, science). This focus on arts-integrated instruction is designed to help all students learn with greater motivation and ease. To that end, the Kennedy Center and the schools work together to develop, implement, and evaluate an in-depth staff development program of courses, workshops, coaching, and study groups.

To learn more, please visit the Kennedy Center's CETA program website.