Charlottesville City Public Schools

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Charlottesville City Schools, also known as Charlottesville City Public Schools, is the school division that administers public education in the United States city of Charlottesville, Virginia. The current superintendent is Dr. Rosa Atkins.

The school system comprises four levels of school which are, in order from earliest to latest: Elementary, Upper Elementary, Middle and High schools.

The city schools system has six elementary schools which teach Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade and Fourth Grade.

Unlike most traditional American school systems, Charlottesville City schools have an Upper Elementary which adds an additional step between Elementary school and Middle/Jr. High school. The school is Walker Upper Elementary school and it teaches Fifth grade and Sixth grade.

Buford Middle school is the system's middle school. It teaches Seventh grade and Eighth grade.

The system has only one high school which is Charlottesville High School. It teaches Ninth grade, Tenth grade, Eleventh grade and Twelfth grade.

This page was last edited on 3 March 2018, at 05:22.
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