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In Culpeper County Public Schools, we are steering our students on a sure and steady course of lifelong learning. We are committed to equipping them well for their journey toward success in school and life.
 
Culpeper County has six elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools.
 
We all have a stake in each student’s journey into learning – the future well being of each of us rests upon the students attending our schools today.
 
We are raising the bar of achievement and reaching our goals one student at a time. Our scholastic achievement is impressive. Our innovative programs are empowering. We know we are educating our students for life.
 
As an organization, we are always striving for improvement. All of our schools have attained accreditation from the Virginia Department of Education based on our Standards of Learning test scores – we are pleased, but not satisfied. We can do more.
 
Culpeper’s schools have a proud tradition of excellence in education. We have always believed that more is achieved when more is expected. We expect all of our students to reach high levels of learning.
 
Click here to read our mission, vision and belief statements.
 
 
If you have just relocated to Culpeper County and would like to learn what school attendance zone you live in, please contact our transportation department at (540) 825-5446.
 
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Our Schools

AGRES A.G. Richardson Elementary School
18370 Simms Drive
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Susan Bridges
(540) 825-0616
CCHS
Culpeper County High School
14240 Achievement Drive
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mr. Jeffrey Dietz
(540) 825-8310
CMS
Culpeper Middle School
14300 Achievement Drive
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Margery Southard
(540) 825-4140
EVHS
Eastern View High School
16332 Cyclone Way
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mr. E.G. Bradshaw
(540) 825-0621
EHES Emerald Hill Elementary School
11245 Rixeyville Road
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Renee Wootten
(540) 937-7361
FES Farmington Elementary School
500 Sunset Lane
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Gail Brewer
(540) 825-0713
FTBMS Floyd T. Binns Middle School
205 Grandview Avenue
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Sherri Harkness
(540) 829-6894
PSES Pearl Sample Elementary School
18480 Simms Drive
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Kristin Williams
(540) 825-5448
SPES Sycamore Park Elementary School
451 Radio Lane
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Ms. Valeri Meza
(540) 825-8847
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Yowell Elementary School
701 Yowell Drive
Culpeper, VA 22701
Principal: Mrs. Cathy Timmons
(540) 825-9484

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 


 


  
   Enrollment PK-12
7,853
 
  Personnel
1,160, including 550 teachers
 
  Number of schools
10; including 6 elementary, 2 middle and 2 high schools
 
  Class sizes
Elementary school ratio of 21 students per teacher
 
  Accreditations
Virginia Department of Education
 
  Operating Budget
$73.3 million FY13
 
 
 
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