Stuart Hall School

Stuart Hall School in Staunton, Virginia was founded by the Episcopal church as Virginia Female Institute in 1843. It was renamed in 1907 in honor of its most famous headmistress, Flora Cooke Stuart, the widow of Confederate cavalry leader Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart.

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