Henry County School District 4, which includes Henry County, is home to one of the nation’s oldest and largest boarding schools, Henry County Academy, a public institution that is ranked #1 among public schools in the United States.
In 2017, Henry Countys students graduated from the Henry County High School, which is rated #1 in the nation for academic achievement and was named a national champion for students with disabilities.
As the Henry Counties first charter school, the school also offers the opportunity to attend the nearby Frederick County School.
The school has an enrollment of more than 1,200 students, including more than 700 students who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Henry County has been a leader in the development of high school graduation rates in the region, ranking #1 for graduation rates among counties in the country.
The high school graduating class of 2018 includes students who have gone on to earn college scholarships, attend vocational training programs, attend medical schools, pursue a law degree, attend nursing programs, receive college credit, attend post-secondary education, or enroll in a professional career.
Henry Counts school also has a long history of providing quality education and supports students with special needs.
Henryville Elementary School, also known as Howard High, is the largest school in Henry County and has been in existence since 1872.
The first Henryville, a private school, was founded in 1881.
Henry Valley Academy, which opened in 1970, is a public school that offers students a chance to learn at home, work, and in the community.
Located in rural western Virginia, the academy’s students have a diverse mix of backgrounds.
Students can study the arts, sciences, or social studies, and participate in activities and activities to build character.
The academy is known for its emphasis on community engagement and student involvement.
The students at Howard Valley Academy have been known to participate in community events and participate as part of their local community.
Howard Valley students earn high school diplomas.
In 2018, students at the Howard Valley School earned more than a quarter million in scholarships, more than $30 million in state awards and more than 50,000 state dollars for education.
Howard County has a number of charter schools that offer specialized instruction, including those for the blind, deaf and disabled, as well as students who need help with special education.
Henry and Howard County are among a handful of cities in Virginia that have launched charter schools in recent years.
Charter schools are a way for schools to offer a unique educational experience for children and families that don’t have access to traditional public schools.
In addition to the Henryville School, the other charter schools have been opened at other locations in the county, including the Henry Springs Academy, the Henry Hills Academy, and the Henry Town Schools.
Schools in the Greater Charlottesville area are currently offering more than 30 charters and schools that will begin in 2019.
For more information, visit charters.state.va.us.