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National Catholic Educational Association
1005 N Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA 22201

Tracing its origins to St. Louis, Missouri, in July, 1904, The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) is aMore professional membership organization providing direction in Evangelizing, leadership, catechizing and teaching the mission of the Catholic Church. The NCEA is structured as an association with different departments: Chief Administrators of Catholic Education, Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools, Religious Education, Seminary and Board and Councils of Catholic Education.

The NCEA is located on North Glebe road in Ballston near the business district, and right across the street from Booeymonger: A Unique Delicatessen.

 

David M. Brown Planetarium
1426 N Quincy St, Arlington, VA 22207
David M. Brown Planetarium is an educational resource open to students and offering programs, events and more. ForMore information on programs and rates, visit the planetarium's website.
Total Learning Research Institute
933 N Kenmore St, Arlington, VA 22201
Total Learning Research Institute, Inc. (TLRI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving American and worldMore literacy and preparing people with the skills they will need to work in the future with evolving technology. TLRI performs research, designs instructional and educational programs and materials and tests new technology. TLRI's president, Dr. Kerry Mark Joels, has a doctorate in aerospace and education, bringing a unique expertise to the organization. TLRI is located in Virginia Square across from George Mason Law School, just one block from the Virginia Square-GMU Metro Station. For more information, call or visit the website.
Newspaper Association of America
4401 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203
This national trade association for newspaper industry professionals in the United States represents more than 1,500More daily and weekly newspapers on federal issues and provides best practices reports, strategy guidance and annual conferences for newspaper editorial and business professionals. The organization also runs the Newspaper Association of America Foundation, dedicated to youth readership and the national Newspaper In Education program. 
Capitol Travel Medicine
3800 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22203
Located in the Tower Villas building plaza, Capitol Travel Medicine is one of the area's most prominent travelMore medicine clinics. Since its founding in 2003, the nurse practitioners have been helping travelers plan for their health while abroad by providing pre-travel education, immunizations and prescriptions.
Allergy Care Center
3833 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22203
The Allergy Care Center, conveniently located at the Ballston Commons, provides allergy relief care toMore patients in the Arlington area. After initial diagnostic results are used to identify the specific allergies the patient is suffering from, medical professionals devise a treatment plan to help minimize discomfort as well as educate the patient about allergies and how they effect him or her. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please visit the website or call the office.
Arlington Mill High School Continuation Program
4600 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA 22203

The Arlington Mill High School Continuation Program, located behind the Holiday Inn on N. Fairfax Street, near I-66,More partnered with Northern Virginia Community College to create a Middle College. Students have the to opportunity to earn college credits while finishing their high school degrees. Students can take all classes at their own pace, but must pass the SOL Assessment. 

The Arlington Mill High School Continuation Program gives students the opportunity to feel comfortable in a more mature, higher education environment, better preparing them for their futures. 

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