Augusta County
Augusta County Public Schools have an enrollment of 10,472 with 80% of school being accredited. The district is composed of 20 schools along with Valley Career and Technical Center, Head Start programs and the Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School.

(Ridgeview Christian?)

Waynesboro City
Serving the City of Waynesboro, the Waynesboro Public School system has an enrollment of 3,238 across 6 schools. Waynesboro Public Schools have a 96% attendance rate

Staunton City
With a student enrollment of 2,260 spread across 5 schools and the Dixon Educational Center Staunton City Schools offers 12-1 student to teacher ratio for K-7 and 10-1 for grades 8-12.

Staunton City
Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind
Known as a resource for excellence the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind has over 170 years of continued educational commitment to educating deaf and blind children of Virginia. Established in 1838 Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind was only the second of its kind when established and has the distinction of being one of the oldest schools in Virginia.

Staunton City
Private Schools
Stuart Hall School and Grace Christian School, both located in Staunton, offer enrollment pre-K through 12.

Rockingham County
Comprised of 23 schools, 95.7% are accredited, the Rockingham County Public School system has an enrollment of 11,876. Grades K-7 offer student teacher ratio of 15:1 and grades 8-12 have a student teacher ratio of 8.74:1.

Harrisonburg City
With an attendance rate of 95% and an enrollment of 5,923 Harrisonburg City Schools are 75% accredited by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Student teacher ratio for grades K-7 is 9.74:1 and 11.11:1 in grades 8-12.

Harrisonburg City Private Schools
Eastern Mennonite School
Founded in 1917 Eastern Mennonite School offers education for grades K-12.

Rockbridge County
Offering 6 schools, an enrollment of 2,816 Rockbridge County Public Schools are 83.3% accredited by the state. A student to teacher ratio of 12.2:1 for grades k-7 and 10.82:1 in grades 8-12.

Lexington City
Offering two schools, City of Lexington Public Schools has achieved 100% accreditation by the Virginia Department of Education.

Virginia Department of Education School Quality

Higher Education
Academics, the arts, athletics and a rich history of commitment to higher education abound here in a 70-mile corridor. The historic campuses of Washington & Lee and VMI located in Lexington, Virginia; Mary Baldwin University in Staunton; Blue Ridge Community College in Weyers Cave; Bridgewater College in Bridgewater; Eastern Mennonite University and James Madison University in Harrisonburg, ranked the #2 public school in the South by US News & World Report; and President Thomas Jefferson’s academic village, the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Take a class, enroll in a course of studies, walk the grounds, attend an arts event or cheer on a team at one of these eight institutions of higher education that call our region home.

Lexington, VA

Staunton, VA

Weyers Cave, VA

Bridgewater, VA

Harrisonburg, VA

Charlottesville, VA