Our mission as a school community is to foster a life-long love of learning and help our diverse student population meet their individual potential by working cooperatively, modeling positive behaviors, and creating an atmosphere of safety and trust so that students will be able to solve problems, advocate for their needs, and be inspired to think creatively.
We’ve seen the devastating effects of youth violence across the country and no community is spared, begging the question, “What can we do about it?” That will be the topic of discussion when Henrico County and Henrico County Public Schools, along with public health and law enforcement officials host two special town hall meetings, “Together […]
May 6, 2022 @ 3:10 pm HCPS Families: The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for our area. Schools are taking steps to keep students safe during routine dismissal. As a precaution, all of today’s afterschool activities are canceled. We appreciate your understanding. Thank you, Henrico County Public Schools
Entering a new school is a big step for children and their families. It all starts Monday, April 18 when Henrico County Public Schools will begin registering new students for the 2022-23 school year. After parents or guardians begin the online registration process, the school registrar will contact them to arrange an in-person appointment to […]
Is virtual education right for your student? Watch the recording from the March 29, 2022 online information session and learn more about Henrico County Public Schools’ first fully virtual K-12 school. Learn about how the Henrico Virtual Academy is structured and the process for applying The application window will be open April 11 – 29. […]