Virginia Episcopal School is a college preparatory, coeducational, independent boarding and day school for students in grades nine through 12. Its academic curriculum includes computer science, English, history, mathematics, science and technology, and foreign languages, such as Latin, Spanish and French. It has a religion department that provides a Judeo-Christian and philosophical syllabus, including the Old Testament and New Testament, and ethics and world religions. Its fine arts department offers various clubs that endorse music, vocals, studio art and drama. Its athletics department offers various sports, such as tennis, lacrosse, golf, baseball, field hockey, cross country, and track and field. Founded in 1916, Virginia Episcopal School is located in Lynchburg, Va.