Albemarle County Public Schools

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Albemarle County Public Schools (ACPS) is a school district serving Albemarle County, Virginia. Its headquarters are in the City of Charlottesville.[1] ACPS serves approximately 14,000 students in preschool through grade 12 in Albemarle County, Virginia, the sixth largest county by area in the Commonwealth of Virginia. A diverse locality of 726 square miles in the heart of Central Virginia, Albemarle County is a blend of primarily rural, but also suburban and urban settings.

Schools[edit]

Academies and Lab Schools[edit]

Comprehensive High Schools[edit]

Comprehensive Middle Schools[edit]

  • Jackson P. Burley
  • Joseph T. Henley
  • Jack Jouett
  • Mortimer Y. Sutherland
  • Leslie H. Walton

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Agnor-Hurt
  • Baker-Butler
  • Broadus Wood
  • Brownsville
  • Paul H. Cale
  • Crozet
  • Mary C. Greer
  • Hollymead
  • Meriwether Lewis
  • Virginia L. Murray
  • Red Hill
  • Scottsville
  • Stone-Robinson
  • Stony Point
  • Woodbrook

Alternative, Regional, and Specialty Centers[edit]

  • Albemarle Tech
  • CATEC (Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center)
  • Ivy Creek School
  • PREP (Piedmont Regional Education Program)

Graduates[edit]

2018 ACPS graduates received 1,078 acceptances from 204 colleges and universities, including 146 acceptances from 15 of the top 25 national universities, according to rankings by U.S. News & World Report.

Of the 1,070 graduates:

  • 617 (57.7%) reported plans to attend a 4-year college.
  • 255 (23.8%) reported plans to attend a 2-year college.
  • 198 (18.5%) reported alternate plans, including other continuing education, military, employment, or something else.

Other Data[edit]

ACPS students were born in 89 countries and speak 74 home languages.

Average Class Size for 2017-18:

  • Elementary – 19.4
  • Middle – 22.1
  • High – 21.4

Student-to-Computer Ratio: 1:1 for grades 3-12; 3:2 for grades K-2

Average number of meals served daily (including breakfast and lunch): 8,000

School bus miles traveled daily: 14,384

The Families in Crisis Program served approximately 457 homeless children in the 2017-18 school year, including 255 ACPS students and other children/students (siblings of ACPS students who are preschoolers or dropouts, and students living in Albemarle County who attend adjoining school systems).

Budget Snapshot[edit]

Operating Budget[edit]

FY 18-19 (Adopted): $186,800,503

FY 17-18 (Adopted): $180,486,940

FY 16-17 (Actual): $171,085,922

Per Pupil Expenses[edit]

FY 18-19 (Adopted): $13,635.07

FY 17-18 (Adopted): $13,418.11

FY 16-17 (Actual): $12,760.94

References[edit]

  1. ^ "header_1275833942_.swf Archived 2014-06-29 at the Wayback Machine." Albemarle County Public Schools. Retrieved on October 7, 2011. "401 McIntire Road | Charlottesville, VA 22892"

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