Accomack County Public Schools

Accomack County Public Schools logoAccomack County Public Schools serve approximately 5,000 students in 11 schools. This includes three island schools, including an elementary and middle/high school on Chincoteague Island, as well as the only K-12 combined school in Virginia, located on Tangier Island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. Our mainland schools include four elementary schools, two middle schools, and two comprehensive high schools, each with on-site career and technical centers (CTE). The high schools use a 4x4 block schedule and offer a variety of college level courses.

Located between the waters of the historic Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, the community is rich in heritage, respecting life sustained by water and land (fishing, aquaculture and agriculture) while embracing the future (home to Virginia's Space Port).

Approximately 49,000 residents call Accomack County home. Approximately 61% of the population is White; about 28% is African Americans; and 8% is Hispanic. Median family income is about $50,000.

We value learners, community, challenge, and growth. Our mission is to provide a safe, engaging, student-centered environment where all learners grow and are prepared for further education, citizenship, and work.

From the prolific waters of the Chesapeake Bay to the pristine shores of Virginia's Barrier Islands, we provide an excellent education in one of the most unique places in the world.

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Accomack County Public Schools Superintendent,
Chris Holland


Page County Public Schools

Page County Public Schools logoWe are committed to maximizing every student's potential, whatever it takes. Approximately 3,400 are enrolled in the school division. Our schools include a county technical education center and a preschool academy among the 10 schools operated by the division. Others are two high schools, two middles schools and four elementary schools. Students also have opportunity to participate in the Massanutten Regional Governor’s School for Environmental Science and Technology, one of the 19 Academic Year Governor’s Schools in the state of Virginia.

Page County is located in northwestern Virginia and is a part of the scenic Shenandoah Valley. The county's 316 square miles are situated between the Blue Ridge Mountains on the east and the Massanutten Mountains on the west. The Shenandoah River flows northward throughout the length of the county. The George Washington National Forest lies along the western boundary, and the Shenandoah National Park along the eastern boundary.

Approximately 24,000 residents call Page County home. 96% of the population is White; about 2% of the population is African Americans. Median family income is about $51,000.

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Page County Public Schools Superintendent,
Donna Whitley-Smith