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Chesterfield County Public Schools

Fast facts

  • 39 elementary schools (grades K-5)
  • One prekindergarten
  • 12 middle schools (grades 6-8)
  • 11 high schools, which include 13 specialty centers (grades 9-12)
  • 2 career and technical centers
  • 61,000-plus students
  • $703.7 million operating budget (69.5% for instruction; 11.2% for operations and maintenance; 8.1% for debt; 5.5% for transportation; 3.3% for administration, attendance and health; and 2.4% for technology)
  • $11,365 cost per student
  • 7,494 full-time and part-time positions
    in operating fund
  • Approximately 38% of students qualify for free
    or reduced-price meals.
  • The student body is 46% White, 26% Black,
    19% Hispanic, 5% two or more races, 3% Asian, less than 1% American Indian/Alaskan Native and less than 1% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.
  • 100% of schools are fully accredited.
  • 92% on-time graduation rate
  • 96% average daily attendance rate
  • $27 million in accepted scholarships by the
    class of 2021
  • 59% of the class of 2021 earned a more rigorous advanced diploma.
  • Seven National Blue Ribbon Schools
  • Seven National Title I Distinguished Schools
  • Seven Middle Schools to Watch
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