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Manassas, VirginiaManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_0_0
CountryManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_1_0 United StatesManassas, Virginia_cell_0_1_1
StateManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_2_0 VirginiaManassas, Virginia_cell_0_2_1
Pre-incorporation CountyManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_3_0 Prince William County (None after Incorporation - Independent city)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_3_1
GovernmentManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_4_0
TypeManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_5_0 Council-ManagerManassas, Virginia_cell_0_5_1
MayorManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_6_0 Harry J. (Hal) Parrish IIManassas, Virginia_cell_0_6_1
City ManagerManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_7_0 W. Patrick PateManassas, Virginia_cell_0_7_1
Vice MayorManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_8_0 Pamela J. SebeskyManassas, Virginia_cell_0_8_1
City CouncilManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_9_0 MembersManassas, Virginia_cell_0_9_1
AreaManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_10_0
TotalManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_11_0 9.90 sq mi (25.64 km)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_11_1
LandManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_12_0 9.84 sq mi (25.49 km)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_12_1
WaterManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_13_0 0.06 sq mi (0.15 km)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_13_1
ElevationManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_14_0 305 ft (93 m)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_14_1
Population (2010)Manassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_15_0
TotalManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_16_0 37,821Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_16_1
Estimate (2019)Manassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_17_0 41,085Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_17_1
DensityManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_18_0 4,174.03/sq mi (1,611.60/km)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_18_1
Time zoneManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_19_0 UTC−5 (EST)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_19_1
Summer (DST)Manassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_20_0 UTC−4 (EDT)Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_20_1
ZIP codesManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_21_0 20108 (PO Box Only), and 20110Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_21_1
Area codesManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_22_0 703, 571Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_22_1
FIPS codeManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_23_0 51-48952Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_23_1
GNIS feature IDManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_24_0 1498512Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_24_1
WebsiteManassas, Virginia_header_cell_0_25_0 Manassas, Virginia_cell_0_25_1

Manassas (/məˈnæs əs/; formerly Manassas Junction) is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_2

As of the 2010 census, the population was 37,821. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_3

The city borders Prince William County, and the independent city of Manassas Park, Virginia. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_4

The Bureau of Economic Analysis includes both Manassas and Manassas Park with Prince William County for statistical purposes. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_5

Manassas also serves as the seat of Prince William County. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_6

It surrounds the 38-acre (150,000 m) county courthouse, but that county property is not part of the city. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_7

The City of Manassas has several important historic sites from the period 1850–1870. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_8

The City of Manassas is part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area and is in the Northern Virginia region. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_9

History Manassas, Virginia_section_0

In July 1861, the First Battle of Manassas—also known as the First Battle of Bull Run—was fought nearby, the first major land battle of the American Civil War. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_10

Manassas commemorated the 150th anniversary of the First Battle of Manassas on July 21–24, 2011. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_11

The Second Battle of Manassas (or the Second Battle of Bull Run) was fought near Manassas on August 28–30, 1862. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_12

At that time, Manassas Junction was little more than a railroad crossing, but a strategic one, with rails leading to Richmond, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and the Shenandoah Valley. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_13

Despite these two Confederate victories, Manassas Junction was in Union hands for most of the war. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_14

Following the war, the crossroads grew into the town of Manassas, which was incorporated in 1873. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_15

In 1894, Manassas was designated the county seat of Prince William County, replacing Brentsville. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_16

In 1975, Manassas was incorporated as an independent city, and as per Virginia law, was separated from Prince William County. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_17

The Manassas Historic District; Cannon Branch Fort; Liberia, a plantation house; and the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_18

Geography Manassas, Virginia_section_1

Manassas is mainly served by I-66, U.S. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_19 29, Virginia State Route 234 Business and Virginia State Route 28. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_20

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 9.9 square miles (25.6 km), of which 9.9 square miles (25.6 km) is land and 0.1 square miles (0.3 km) (0.5%) is water. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_21

Manassas has a council-manager system of government. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_22

As of October 2019 the city manager is William Patrick Pate; the mayor is Harry J. Parrish II; and the vice mayor is Pamela J. Sebesky. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_23

Climate Manassas, Virginia_section_2

The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_24

According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Manassas has a humid subtropical climate, abbreviated "Cfa" on climate maps. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_25

Average monthly temperatures range from 33.3 °F in January to 76.7 °F in July. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_26

The local hardiness zone is 7a. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_27

Neighborhoods Manassas, Virginia_section_3

Some neighborhoods within the City of Manassas include: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_28

Georgetown South Manassas, Virginia_section_4

Georgetown South is a PUD 30 miles south of downtown Washington, D.C. in Manassas. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_29

When it was built in the 1960s, it was seen as a "tony, southern sister for the District’s famous and affluent Georgetown". Manassas, Virginia_sentence_30

It is composed entirely of 3-bedroom, 2-story red brick townhomes built between 1960 and 1970, some with exteriors painted in creams or pastels. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_31

The neighborhood features a community center that offers a walk-in pediatric clinic, seminars, workshops, and citizenship courses. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_32

In spite of high hopes during construction, the neighborhood was hit extremely hard during the foreclosure crisis. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_33

"At the height of the housing bubble, nearly 60 percent of residents were homeowners," but in 2013, 60% of residents were renters. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_34

As houses eventually became vacant, they left in their wake room for crime to creep in. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_35

Today, the neighborhood is known more for its elevated crime rate, including the use of drugs and violent domestic crimes, than it is for its history or connection to the nation's capital. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_36

Downtown Manassas, Virginia_section_5

Historic Downtown Manassas, also called the Manassas Historic District or Old Town Manassas, is a neighborhood in the city-center of Manassas. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_37

According to , this seven-by-one-block area alone contains 206 buildings and one contributing object. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_38

Its northern border is Portner Avenue and its southern border is Prince William Street. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_39

As recently as the early 1990s, Downtown Manassas was known to be rundown, and was primarily used by workers commuting from the area into Washington, D.C. In 1995, however, local businessowner Loy E. Harris founded Historic Manassas and invested in the area in an effort to bring it back to life. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_40

Harris's death in 1999 from cancer was felt in the community, but his organization, Historic Manassas, remained. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_41

In the 2010s, further efforts were made to make the area successful not only commercially but residentially. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_42

Developers seized the opportunity and constructed three- and four-story townhomes along eastern Center Street, eastern Church Street, and Prescott Avenue to usher in a younger generation of homeowners seeking urban amenities in a suburban setting. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_43

On the opposite end of the neighborhood sits the Harris Pavilion, an outdoor venue that is converted to an ice skating rink in the winter. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_44

Just south of Old Town sits the Manassas Museum, which commemorates the city's history and involvement in the American Civil War. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_45

Downtown Manassas contains several notable buildings: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_46

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  • Manassas Presbyterian Church (1875)Manassas, Virginia_item_0_0

Old Town Triangle Manassas, Virginia_section_6

The Old Town Triangle is a historic residential district adjacent to Old Town Manassas. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_47

It is named for its triangular shape, with three street borders: Grant Avenue, Sudley Road, and Portner Avenue. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_48

The Old Town Triangle mostly comprises spacious colonial, manor, and single-story homes built between 1900 and 1955. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_49

They are valued substantially higher than similar homes in adjacent neighborhoods. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_50

The Old Town Triangle contains some of Manassas's most notable buildings, including: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_51

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  • Annaburg Manor, a historic manor that was once converted to a senior living facility, and was purchased by the City of Manassas in July 2019 to be restored to its original design by an interested nonprofit. Built in 1892, the manor was the original home of Robert Portner. It was reportedly one of the first in the country to have mechanical air conditioning.Manassas, Virginia_item_1_1
  • Annaburg Manor Gatehouse, non-operable gatehouse for historic Liberia ManorManassas, Virginia_item_1_2
  • Bennett House, a historic home converted to a bed-and-breakfastManassas, Virginia_item_1_3

The Old Town Triangle also contains two recreational parks: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_52

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  • Nelson Park, a public park flanked by Grant Avenue and Sudley Road, with a fountain that operates in spring and summerManassas, Virginia_item_2_4
  • Walter Delisle Park, a toddler park with a playground and picnic tablesManassas, Virginia_item_2_5

Adjacent and nearby areas Manassas, Virginia_section_7

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Demographics Manassas, Virginia_section_8

According to the census of 2010, the population of the City of Manassas was 37,821 which represented a 7.6% growth in population since the last census in 2000. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_53

The racial breakdown per the 2010 Census for the city is as follows: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_54

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  • 65.3% WhiteManassas, Virginia_item_4_8
  • 15.7% BlackManassas, Virginia_item_4_9
  • 5.9% AsianManassas, Virginia_item_4_10
  • 16.2% OtherManassas, Virginia_item_4_11

31.4% of the population was of Hispanic or Latino origin. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_55

This can be broken up ethnically as follows: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_56

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  • 9.9% MexicanManassas, Virginia_item_5_12
  • 1.1 Puerto RicanManassas, Virginia_item_5_13
  • 0.2% CubanManassas, Virginia_item_5_14
  • 20.2% other Hispanic or LatinoManassas, Virginia_item_5_15

The population density for the city is 3,782.1 people per square mile, and there are an estimated 13,103 housing units in the city with an average housing density of 1,310.3 per square mile. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_57

The greatest percentage of housing values of owner-occupied homes (34.8%) is $300,000 to $499,999, with a median owner-occupied housing value of $259,100. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_58

The city's highest period of growth was from 1980 to 1989, when 35% of the city's housing stock was constructed. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_59

The ACS estimated median household income for the city in 2010 was $70,211. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_60

36% of the population has a college degree. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_61

Almost as many people commute into the City of Manassas for work (13,316) as out (13,666), with the majority of out commuters traveling to Fairfax and Prince William counties for their jobs. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_62

Unemployment as of July, 2010 in the city is 6.3%, which was well below that of the United States at 7.9%. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_63

City residents are primarily employed in Professional, Scientific and Technical Services, and Health Care and Social Assistance. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_64

Politics Manassas, Virginia_section_9

For many years, Manassas was one of the more conservative areas of Virginia, but in 2008, it swung dramatically to the Democrats, going from a 13-point victory for George W. Bush to an 11-point win for Barack Obama. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_65

It has supported Democratic presidential candidates by double-digit margins in the last four elections, partly due to the larger Democratic trend in Northern Virginia. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_66

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Presidential Elections ResultsManassas, Virginia_table_caption_1
YearManassas, Virginia_header_cell_1_0_0 RepublicanManassas, Virginia_header_cell_1_0_1 DemocraticManassas, Virginia_header_cell_1_0_2 Third PartiesManassas, Virginia_header_cell_1_0_3
2020Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_1_0 36.9% 6,256Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_1_1 61.0% 10,356Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_1_2 2.1% 356Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_1_3
2016Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_2_0 38.6% 5,953Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_2_1 54.7% 8,423Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_2_2 6.7% 1,035Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_2_3
2012Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_3_0 42.5% 6,463Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_3_1 55.8% 8,478Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_3_2 1.9% 259Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_3_3
2008Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_4_0 43.8% 5,975Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_4_1 55.2% 7,518Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_4_2 1.0% 134Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_4_3
2004Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_5_0 56.2% 7,257Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_5_1 43.1% 5,562Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_5_2 0.7% 84Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_5_3
2000Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_6_0 54.4% 6,752Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_6_1 42.4% 5,262Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_6_2 3.2% 396Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_6_3
1996Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_7_0 52.9% 5,799Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_7_1 39.9% 4,378Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_7_2 7.1% 783Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_7_3
1992Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_8_0 48.9% 5,453Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_8_1 32.7% 3,647Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_8_2 18.4% 2,054Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_8_3
1988Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_9_0 68.6% 5,980Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_9_1 30.5% 2,658Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_9_2 0.9% 81Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_9_3
1984Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_10_0 71.3% 4,613Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_10_1 28.2% 1,824Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_10_2 0.4% 29Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_10_3
1980Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_11_0 60.8% 3,009Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_11_1 31.6% 1,565Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_11_2 7.6% 378Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_11_3
1976Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_12_0 53.3% 1,992Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_12_1 44.0% 1,646Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_12_2 2.6% 99Manassas, Virginia_cell_1_12_3

Crime Manassas, Virginia_section_10

During the second quarter of 2014, crime in the City of Manassas has decreased by 9 percent. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_67

Calls for service from residents have decreased 27 percent from 2013 to 2014. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_68

Overall crime in the City of Manassas has steadily decreased over the years, as it has nationwide. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_69

About 1 in 5 reports taken during the 2nd quarter of 2014 was for a part 1 crime. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_70

The number of aggravated assaults reported in 2014 year-to-date and during the second quarter has increased by about half when compared to 2013 cases (+46%, +64%, respectively). Manassas, Virginia_sentence_71

Part 1 property crimes decreased by 19 cases during the 2nd quarter of 2014 (burglary, larceny, and auto theft). Manassas, Virginia_sentence_72

Overall, year-to-date totals indicate decreases in part 1 crimes (-14%) and all other offenses reported to police (-9%). Manassas, Virginia_sentence_73

Crime in Manassas has been rated by Neighborhood Scout to be more dangerous than 63% of all American neighborhoods and 37% safer than all American neighborhoods. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_74

That shows that Manassas has a moderately higher crime rate than average. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_75

The website SiteJabber had numerous reviews that said Neighborhood Scout was an unreliable business that promoted poor practices and did not have accurate crime reports. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_76

From a total of eleven reviews, Neighborhood Scout was ranked at 1.5 stars, out of 5. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_77

Economy Manassas, Virginia_section_11

The Manassas Regional Airport has 26 businesses operating out of the airport property. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_78

There are 415 based airplanes and two fixed-base operators, APP Jet Center and Dulles Aviation. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_79

The Manassas Regional Airport has land available for development. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_80

The city's third-largest employer is Micron Technology. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_81

Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, this manufacturer of semiconductors operates its wafer factory in Manassas, where it employs 1650 people directly, and several hundred others through vendor contracts. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_82

In December 2018, Micron began a $3 billon-dollar expansion project at the Manassas site, and it's expected to create 1,100 jobs by 2030. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_83

Other major employers include Lockheed Martin (1500 employees) and the Novant Prince William Health System (1400 employees). Manassas, Virginia_sentence_84

11% of people working in Manassas live in the city, while 89% commute in. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_85

36% commute from Prince William County and 18% commute from Fairfax. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_86

Additionally 16,700 people commute from Manassas to the surrounding areas. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_87

In 2016, 3.3% of Manassas residents were unemployed. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_88

Transportation Manassas, Virginia_section_12

Major highways Manassas, Virginia_section_13

The major roads into and out of Manassas are Virginia State Route 28, Virginia State Route 234 and Virginia State Route 234 Business. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_89

I-66 and US-29 service Manassas, but neither passes through the city itself. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_90

Airports Manassas, Virginia_section_14

Manassas Regional Airport is within the city limits. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_91

It is the busiest general aviation airport in Virginia, with more than 415 aircraft and 26 businesses based onsite, including charter companies, avionics, maintenance, flight schools and aircraft services. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_92

Rail transportation Manassas, Virginia_section_15

Manassas began life as Manassas Junction, so named for the railroad junction between the Orange and Alexandria Railroad and the Manassas Gap Railroad. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_93

The O&A owned the railway from Alexandria through Manassas to points south, ending in Orange, Virginia, while the MGRR was an independent line constructed from Manassas Junction through the Manassas Gap westward. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_94

In addition Manassas was the site of the first large scale military use of railroad transportation. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_95

These original routes are now owned by the Norfolk Southern railroad. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_96

Amtrak and the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) provide regular inter-city and commuter service to the city and surrounding area on the tracks owned by NS. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_97

Manassas station is served by VRE and three Amtrak routes: the New York City to Chicago Cardinal, Boston to Roanoke Northeast Regional, and New York to New Orleans Crescent. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_98

The train station was also used for the cover photo of Stephen Stills' Manassas (album). Manassas, Virginia_sentence_99

Education Manassas, Virginia_section_16

Public education Manassas, Virginia_section_17

The City of Manassas is served by the Manassas City Public Schools. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_100

There are five elementary schools in Manassas, two intermediate schools, a middle school, and a high school. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_101

In 2006, Mayfield Intermediate School opened, serving students in fifth and sixth grade. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_102

Due to growth, Baldwin Intermediate School opened in September 2017, also serving 5th and 6th graders. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_103

Some schools in the Prince William County Public Schools district have Manassas addresses, though they are located, and serve areas, outside the Manassas city limits. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_104

Seton School, a private Roman Catholic junior and senior high school affiliated with the Diocese of Arlington, provides Catholic education from its Manassas location. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_105

The All Saints Catholic School at the All Saints Parish provides Catholic Education from pre-K through 8th grade. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_106

The All Saints Catholic School was a Presidential Blue Ribbon Award winner in 2009. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_107

Also in the vicinity of Manassas are branch campuses of American Public University System, George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College, ECPI College of Technology and Strayer University. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_108

Though some of these are just outside the city limits in Prince William County, NVCC and Strayer call these branches their Manassas Campuses. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_109

Public schools in Manassas: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_110

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  • Baldwin Elementary SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_16
  • Jennie Dean Elementary SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_17
  • Richard C. Haydon Elementary SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_18
  • George C. Round Elementary SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_19
  • Weems Elementary SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_20
  • Baldwin Intermediate SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_21
  • Mayfield Intermediate SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_22
  • Grace E. Metz Middle SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_23
  • Osbourn High SchoolManassas, Virginia_item_6_24
  • Northern Virginia Community College - ManassasManassas, Virginia_item_6_25

Private education Manassas, Virginia_section_18

Most private schools in Manassas are associated with religious institutions, like All Saints Catholic Church or St. Thomas Methodist Church. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_111

But some private schools in the area are based in other non-traditional schooling ideologies, such as the Reggio-Emilia approach or trademarked curriculum such as the F.L.EX.® Learning Program. Manassas, Virginia_sentence_112

Private schools in Manassas: Manassas, Virginia_sentence_113

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  • , a K-12 non-denominational Christian college preparatory schoolManassas, Virginia_item_7_26
  • , a Catholic Pre-K and K-8 school operated byManassas, Virginia_item_7_27
  • , a non-traditional Kindergarten and preschool that attributes its methods to the Reggio-Emilia approachManassas, Virginia_item_7_28
  • , a Baptist Elementary School operated byManassas, Virginia_item_7_29
  • The Goddard School of Manassas, a private elementary school using a trademarked curriculumManassas, Virginia_item_7_30
  • Harmony Montessori School, a private preschool following the Maria Montessori methodManassas, Virginia_item_7_31
  • , a STEM-oriented pre-schoolManassas, Virginia_item_7_32
  • , a Christian K-8 school that accepts I-20 studentsManassas, Virginia_item_7_33
  • , a preschool and elementary school with sister locations throughout VirginiaManassas, Virginia_item_7_34
  • , a preschool and elementary school with sister locations throughout VirginiaManassas, Virginia_item_7_35
  • Minnieland Academy, a local kindergarten and preschool chain with three Manassas locationsManassas, Virginia_item_7_36
  • Prince William Technology Academy, a private secondary school serving grades 7-12Manassas, Virginia_item_7_37
  • , a Catholic high school founded in 1975Manassas, Virginia_item_7_38
  • , a Christian preschool operated by St. Thomas Methodist ChurchManassas, Virginia_item_7_39

Notable people Manassas, Virginia_section_19

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See also Manassas, Virginia_section_20

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Credits to the contents of this page go to the authors of the corresponding Wikipedia page: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manassas, Virginia.