Centreville High School
Centreville is for Home Value Lovers
by Marina Brito & Maggie Altomare, Centreville High School Boundary Specialist
The Centreville HS boundary is located on the western part of Fairfax County, sharing its borders with Prince William County. The Centreville boundary covers a small but dense area. To the north of the boundary you can find the Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center which houses the world-renowned Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
If you are looking for great bang for your buck, Centreville is a great alternative. The schools are good, the commute to DC is relatively simple using public transit, and home prices are more affordable than the average price in Fairfax County.
About the Centreville HS boundary
- What’s great
- Moderately-easy access to major employment centers (Reston, Tysons, DC, & Dulles Airport)
- The world-renowned Air and Space Museum is just a few minutes away
- Commuting bus routes connect with the Orange line of the Metro
- Well-rated schools
- What you should know
- Public transportation options are limited (you’ll want a car)
- Some schools’ scores are lower than in surrounding highly-competitive boundaries
- Why move here
- Good Schools
- High ratio of school quality to home affordability
- Commuting to DC isn’t complicated using public transit
Schools in the Centreville High School Boundary
The Centreville boundary is the attendance area for highly-rated Centreville High School – home of the Wildcats; Liberty Middle School, and 5 feeder elementary schools.
Average of Standard of Learning (SOL) Pass Rates (June 2012)
|School||School Score||Fairfax County|
|Bull Run Elementary||88||89|
|Centre Ridge Elementary||84||89|
|Union Mill Elementary||92||89|
Homes in the Centreville High School Boundary
The Centreville Boundary offers an affordable variety of options for buying a home. Last school year (2013-2014), over 500 homes sold within this boundary, with prices ranging from $135K to $1.1 Million.
Within the Centreville boundary, most of the homes for sale are townhomes – from smaller 2 bedroom/1bath to luxury 24″-wide 4br/3ba models. There is a healthy amount of detached single family homes for sale, ranging from $360k up to luxurious with large lot properties of over $1 Million; plus, there is a modest amount of condos available. Due to its location on the western-end of Fairfax County, average home prices are lower than average home price in Fairfax County.
SOLD Home prices (School year 2013-2014)
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Finding a home by school can be a challenge
If you have tried to find a home by school before, you have probably found that it’s a challenge to cross-reference homes for sale on a typical home search website with their assigned school.
Simply finding homes “near” the school won’t do
The issue with typical home search websites is that they only display homes by city or zip code. Some of them display homes “near” the school. Well, that won’t do you any good since school boundaries span cities, zip codes, and just being “near” the school doesn’t mean that the home belongs to that boundary.
You want a home INSIDE the Centreville high school boundary. Not just “near” it…
The good news is that we have put together the only interactive map where you can find homes for sale INSIDE the Centreville High School boundary. Plus, you can also see points of interest such as shopping and hospitals. Click to search:
Find homes for sale
(inside the Centreville HS Boundary)
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