AJC is an independent, faith-based school providing full tuition scholarships to 4th-8th grade students of limited resources in Richmond's East End.

Mission

Through a program focused on the whole child, we help empower students and graduates to change the trajectory of their lives, setting their sights on success in high school, college, and serving their communities.

School Culture

AJC is a community of students, teachers, families, volunteers, alumni, and partners that is defined by mutual love and respect. Our aim is for this ‘community of affection’ to be tangible to all who come through our doors.

Teachers - Students - Parents - Graduates - Volunteers

The AJC experience is made possible by an exemplary faculty, staff, and community of volunteers who are committed to advancing the School’s mission and serving as strong role models for students. Hear what our teachers, students, parents, graduates, and volunteers love about AJC...
 

NEWS

There’s $100,000 at stake… We’re up for the challenge!

Mary Morton Parsons Challenge Grant for Building Expansion is Underway

Posted on December 6, 2016 4:47 pm
The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation has provided AJC with a $100,000 challenge grant to help fund our build expansion project. Your gift of any size will be
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WHAT'S HAPPENING

Jan
24
8th grade semester exams begin
Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School
8th Grade Financial Aid Workshop
Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Jan
26
YMCA Leaders
(TBD)
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Jan
30
NO SCHOOL (Teacher In-Service Day)
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Anna Julia Cooper
Episcopal School

2124 North 29th Street
Richmond, Virginia 23223
(804) 822-6610
(804) 447-5784 (fax)