We often are asked by newcomers about which schools are the ‘best’ schools in Charlottesville or Central Virginia. For starters, you know your own kids better than we do, and what’s ‘best’ for a budding physicist may not be the same as for someone looking to an NFL career or an opera career. We feel the best schools are the ones that you determine to be right for your own child. So we provide you with direct connections so you can research the information to suit your family. We know you want to see school ratings and rankings in the Charlottesville area.
For that reason, we want to start at the big end of the funnel. The first link for you is a general site of all Virginia schools rankings and ratings where you can get in-depth details about test scores and outcomes of various school subject matter and curriculum items.
Moving closer to our area, let’s begin with Albemarle County (which surrounds the City of Charlottesville although Charlottesville has its own school system). You can click here to see a map of the exact school districts in Albemarle County. Schools change their district lines frequently so be sure to doublecheck if your home is in a particular school district by contacting the county school system.
ELEMENTARY: In Albemarle County VA the public Elementary schools are: Agnor Hurt, Baker Butler, Broadus Wood, Brownsville, Cale, Crozet, Greer, Hollymead, Meriwether Lewis, Murray, Red Hill, Scottsville, Stone Robinson, Stony Point, Woodbrook, and Yancey.
In addition to the public schools mentioned above, Albemarle County also has 22 private schools with details in THIS LINK.
The City of Charlottesville VA is entirely surrounded by Albemarle County, but Charlottesville has its own government and its own school system. Here is your link to all Charlottesville PUBLIC SCHOOLS. And here is your link to access information about all Charlottesville PRIVATE SCHOOLS.