Lynchburg City Public Schools

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Lynchburg City Schools, also known as Lynchburg City Public Schools, is a public school district in Lynchburg, Virginia. It began operation on April 5, 1871.

It has over 9,000 students enrolled in preschool through adult classes in two high schools, three middle schools, and eleven elementary schools. The district also provides alternative elementary, middle and high school programs, gifted programs, and programs for the disabled.

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Linkhorne Middle School
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School for Innovation
  • Sandusky Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

Sheffield Elementary School
  • William Marvin Bass Elementary School
  • Bedford Hills Elementary School
  • Dearing Elementary School for Innovation
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Linkhorne Elementary School
  • Paul Munro Elementary School
  • Perrymont Elementary School
  • Robert S. Payne Elementary School
  • Sandusky Elementary School
  • Sheffield Elementary School
  • Thomas C. Miller Elementary School for Innovation

Alternative education[edit]

  • Amelia Pride Center
  • Fort Hill Community School

Special education[edit]

  • Laurel Regional Program

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