Built on timbered woodland, Clover Hill Elementary in Midlothian, Virginia, opened its doors in September 1986. The school derived its name from Clover Hill Plantation, one of Chesterfield County’s oldest land holdings, dating back to 1670.
Nestled among the neighborhoods of Woodlake, the school assumes joint responsibility with the home and community for its educational programs. Typically, our student population is approximately 800 students served in grades kindergarten through fifth grade.
Clover Hill continuously identifies and responds to new and changing educational needs to ensure student success. In September 2003, our school was named as a recipient of the NCLB: National Blue Ribbon School award, certifying our school as a school of excellence. In 2008 we received the VCU Center for Economic Education Award and the Children’s Engineering Award.
Concern for children remains our number one priority. With the support and dedication of its excellent staff and community, Clover Hill will remain one of the finest elementary schools in the Commonwealth.