York County School Division

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York County School Division
District information
TypePublic, school division
MottoEmbrace, Engage, Empower
SuperintendentVictor D. Shandor, Ed.D.
Budget$145.5m (2020)[1]
Students and staff
Students12,978 (2020)[1]
Other information

The York County School Division or YCSD is a school division (school district) in York County, Virginia, United States. The division consists of approximately 12,750 students in 19 schools, of which there are 10 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 4 high schools, and 1 charter school. The division employs about 1,050 instructional staff members and over 730 support staff members.


York County School Division is run by a five-member School Board of elected officials, one from each of the county's five election districts. The policies of the School Board are implemented by a superintendent.

School Board[edit]

  • Mark J. Shafer
  • Brett Higginbotham
  • Laurel M. Garrelts (Chair)
  • James E. Richardson
  • Sean P. Myatt (Vice Chair)


The superintendent of the York County School Division is Dr. Victor D. Shandor. Prior to being appointed in 2014, he was an area superintendent for the Fulton County School System and the Exceptional Children's Programs director for Cabarrus County Schools.[2][3]


Elementary schools[edit]

  • Bethel Manor Elementary School
  • Coventry Elementary School
  • Dare Elementary School
  • Grafton Bethel Elementary School
  • Magruder Elementary School
  • Mt. Vernon Elementary School
  • Seaford Elementary School
  • Tabb Elementary School
  • Waller Mill Elementary School
  • Yorktown Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

  • Grafton Middle School
  • Queens Lake Middle School
  • Tabb Middle School
  • Yorktown Middle School

High schools[edit]

Charter school[edit]

  • York River Academy


  1. ^ a b "York County School Division - Our System" (PDF). Retrieved August 30, 2023.
  2. ^ "York County School Division - Leadership". yorkcountyschools.org. Retrieved February 3, 2022.
  3. ^ Somers, By Johanna. "York County's new superintendent a "go-getter"". dailypress.com. Retrieved February 3, 2022.

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