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The Transition Resource Fair will provide students with disabilities ages 14-22 a glimpse of what their future could look like. Join us May 7 from 4-7 p.m. at CTC@Hull, located at 13900 Hull Street Road.

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Midlothian High qualifies for statewide Economics and Personal Finance Challenge competition

Midlothian High qualifies for statewide Economics and Personal Finance Challenge competition

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Midlothian High School recently earned a spot in The Governor’s Challenge in Economics and Personal Finance, a rigorous statewide competition that will be held April 20 at Capital One ...Full Article
Flying Squirrels to host Chesterfield County students’ artwork

Flying Squirrels to host Chesterfield County students’ artwork

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Seven students from two Chesterfield County schools were among 15 winners in a recent art contest sponsored by the Richmond Flying Squirrels baseball team. Based on the theme “Welcome ...Full Article
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Burlington surprises Matoaca Elementary teachers with $10,000 donation for classroom supplies

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Burlington Stores, Inc., through its partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, donated $10,000 to Matoaca Elementary School in celebration of its new store that will open this week in the Matoaca District. ...Full Article

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS by the numbers

Academics

  • 100 percent of schools accredited
  • 90 percent on-time graduation rate
  • 96 percent daily attendance rate
  • $29 million in scholarships for Class of 2017

Schools

  • 64 schools
  • 60,000+ students
  • 6 National Blue Ribbon Schools
  • 6 National Title I Distinguished Schools

Operations

  • $621.9 million operating budget
  • 9 million miles traveled by buses per year
  • 6 million meals served per year
  • Diverse community of learners