Hurley High School
|Hurley High School (Virginia)|
|School type||Public high school|
|School district||Buchanan County Public Schools|
|Principal||Ms. Pamela Dotson|
|Color(s)||Red, Blue, and Grey|
|Communities served||Hurley, Virginia|
|Feeder schools||Hurley Elementary/ Middle School|
|Rival Schools||Twin Valley High School, Grundy High School|
|Athletic Conference||Black Diamond District
Hurley High School is a public high school located in Hurley, Virginia in Buchanan County, Virginia. It is part of the Buchanan County Public Schools system. Athletic teams compete in the Virginia High School League's A Black Diamond District in Region D.
Hurley High School's mission is to nurture the growth of each student's sense of responsibility and to provide a safe, secure environment in which students develop skills needed in a competitive world.
Vision and Purpose
The school establishes and communicates a shared purpose and direction for improving the performance of students and the effectiveness of the school.
Hurley was awarded with the 2011 championship for Creative Writing. Due to funding all fine arts have been cut from this school. Clubs and organizations at the school include: Future Business Leaders of America, Student Council Association, National Beta Club, Scholastic Bowl, FCCLA, Forensics
 The school's boys basketball team was given the Marshall Johnson Sportsmanship Award for Basketball for the 2010-2011 season.
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