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Matoaca High School

Chesterfield County Public Schools

PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Welcome Warrior Families!

High school brings with it a wealth of opportunities for students to explore interests, develop skills for the future, and build relationships which will last a lifetime.  I look forward to helping each student grow and enjoy the many worthwhile experiences Matoaca has to offer.  Matoaca is a school known for its spirit, and I know everyone who walks through our doors quickly feels the Warrior Pride. 

As I embark upon my first year as your principal, I bring with me the energy and enthusiasm to help every student feel connected and develop the skills to be college, career, and life ready.  The Warrior SPIRIT pushes each member of our Matoaca family to exhibit Strength in the face of adversity, exude Positivity, demonstrate Integrity, show Respect, be an Inspiration to others, and exemplify what it means to be a Warrior, through Teamwork.   

At Matoaca High School our goal is to help each student find academic and personal success by providing students with a safe, nurturing environment, where teachers engage students in learning experiences which are relevant to each of their lives.  I look forward to helping our students become the very best versions of themselves and ensuring they are ready for whatever challenges may await them after high school.

High school should be a worthwhile experience that the students, faculty, and community love being a part of.  I am excited for the adventure that lies ahead and look forward to taking this journey with you.  We are better as ONE. One School, One Community, One Matoaca. 

Sincerely,
Elizabeth S. Baber
Proud Principal

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