A Word from Superintendent Dr. Rosa Atkins Dear families — “Every Learner. Every day. Everyone.” These words embody our mission – that at Charlottesville City Schools, we want to support all of our learners. How are we doing on that? By some measures, we’re doing great. Our graduation rate rose to 92.6%, and for black … Continue reading CCS News and Highlights October 3, 2018
Updated: July 31, 2020 This landing page will answer your questions about Charlottesville City Schools’ coronavirus closure and reopening plans and point you to other school resources. We are continually updating this page to respond to new information. Need translation? See video below. ¿Necesitas traducción? Ver video a continuación. هل تحتاج إلى ترجمة؟ انظر الفيديو أدناه. Related … Continue reading Online Learning for the First Quarter of the 2020-21 Year
The first day of school is almost here, and we can’t wait to welcome back our students! Open house is Monday, August 20, 2017 from 4-6pm School starts on Wednesday, August 22, 2018. Hours are 8:30am -3:15pm Buford School Supplies List 2018-19 Letter to parents from Principal Carter, August 6, 2018 Community Visits schedule–Come meet … Continue reading Buford Back-to-School Community Visits, Chromebook Distribution, and more!
Beginning April 13, we moved into the third phase of our learning plan, which means teaching new material until June 5. Our goals are to help students get prepared for the fall — whether the fall will bring first grade or the first year of college. Let’s stay safe. Stay connected. And let’s keep learning. … Continue reading Continuity of Learning Resources
A Message from the Superintendent Dear Staff and Families: As we look ahead to Thanksgiving, I want to wish you a happy holiday and restful break. I am truly grateful for our students, staff, and community members who have helped us find success in online learning. Amid the challenges, we have much to celebrate and are … Continue reading 2020 November News and Highlights
Specific Highlights Include Black Students and Students with Disabilities Charlottesville High School’s 2020 on-time graduation rate remained high at 94.5 percent overall, surpassing the state’s rate of 92.3. This comes after a school-high graduation rate of 95.7 in 2019. Charlottesville has one of the state’s highest graduation rates among cities. “We couldn’t be more proud,” … Continue reading Charlottesville High School graduation rate again exceeds state at 94.5 percent
We will use this page to answer questions about our Continuity of Learning plan for the spring. A separate learning resources page gives information about curriculum and more. After a several weeks of offering review and exploratory learning online, on April 13 we will be begin teaching new content. To better understand our plan for … Continue reading Learning FAQ
Like many communities, universities, and K-12 schools across the country, Charlottesville City Schools is aware that our schools’ names send a message to our students, staff, and community and should therefore reflect our values. School Names Committee Beginning in the fall of 2020, the superintendent convened a committee to review our schools’ names. Updates from the … Continue reading School Names