Shenandoah Valley Governor's School

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Shenandoah Valley Governor's School
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The SVGS logo is a form of the Sierpinski triangle.
Address
49 Hornet Road
Fisherville, Virginia, 22939
United States
Information
Type Magnet school
Established 1993
School district Augusta County Public Schools
Director Lee Ann Whitesell
Grades 11-12
Number of students 175
Color(s) Teal, purple
Website

The Shenandoah Valley Governor's School is one of Virginia's 18 state-initiated magnet Governor's Schools. It is a part-time school where 11th and 12th grade students take advanced classes in the morning (receiving their remaining classes from their home high school).

Curriculum[edit]

There are two separate curricula at SVGS. The curriculum for the Math Science and Technology program includes the following college prep. and dual enrollment classes: Research and Engineering, Robotics, Advanced Technology,Astrophysics, AP Computer Science, Pre Calculus, AP Calculus, DE Calculus, DE Discrete Mathematics, AP Statistics, DE Molecular Biology, AP Environmental Science, DE Environmental Chemistry, DE Physics, and Modern Physics. The curriculum for the Arts and Humanities program includes DE Acting I (through JMU), Acting II, DE Introduction To Theatre (through JMU), Advanced Dramatic Theories and Criticism, advanced art classes, and DE Humanities 111/112.

Contributing schools[edit]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

  • Electric Vehicle Team
  • Robotics Team
  • Network Team
  • Envirothon Team
  • Outreach (with elementary and middle schoolers)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 38°6′55.8″N 78°59′20″W / 38.115500°N 78.98889°W / 38.115500; -78.98889