Schools (brief sampling)
This page is not an up-to-date representation of all the schools in the areas Patrick serves, but a brief sampling of some Central Virginia Schools in the immediate area of Richmond, Virginia. It ranges from early childhood preschools through advanced degree Universities. It is not intended to be comprehensive list but a brief sampling of the area.
http://www.richmonddiocese.org/catholiceducation Catholic Diocese Schools: Welcome to the Catholic school system of the Diocese of Richmond! We are home to 29 fine schools, 25 diocesan and 4 private schools. All of our schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. In fact, we were the first C
http://www.chesterfield.k12.va.us/ Chesterfield County Public Schools: Welcome to Chesterfield County, one of the country’s 100 Best Communities for Young People as recognized by America’s Promise – The Alliance for Youth. Families continue to make Chesterfield a “first-choice” community in part because of the public school
http://www.collegiate-va.org/ Collegiate Schools: Welcome to Collegiate School’s home on the web. At this site you will find a wealth of information about Collegiate academics, athletics, arts, extracurricular programs, alumni news and plans for the near- and long-term future.
http://www.glnd.k12.va.us/Goochland County Public Schools: Goochland County Public Schools has been recognized alongside 18 other school divisions by the Virginia Department of Education with its VIP Excellence Award. Divisions qualifying for this recognition met all state and federal accountability benchmarks fo
http://hanover.k12.va.us/ Hanover County Public Schools: In 2007-2008, Hanover County Public Schools (HCPS) will serve approximately 19,800 students in pre-K-12. One hundred percent of Hanover’s schools are fully accredited according to the Virginia Standards of Learning assessments. In October 2005, HCPS earne
http://www.Henrico.k12.va.us/ Henrico County Public Schools:
Our Mission: Henrico County Public Schools, in partnership with the community, will inspire, empower, and educate every student to be prepared for success in the 21st century.
http://www.jsr.vccs.edu/ J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College: J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College – Virginia’s newest community college – was founded in 1972 to serve the capitol region in and around the city of Richmond. In just over 36 years, J. Sargeant Reynolds has grown into the third largest college in the
http://www.gsgis.k12.va.us/ Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government The mission of the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies is to provide broad-based educational opportunities that develop gifted students’ understanding of world cultures and languages, as well as the ability to lead,
http://www.newkentschools.org/ New Kent County Public Schools The school division has over 430 employees. There are 220 licensed teachers, seven guidance counselors, four media specialists, four principals, five assistant principals, and a central office staff composed of 1 Superintendent, 1 Associate Superintenden
http://www.powhatan.k12.va.us/Powhatan County Public Schools: The Powhatan County School System is dedicated to providing quality education through the use of our facilities, implementation of technology and our experienced educators. There are five schools in the Powhatan County School District; two elementary s
http://www.rmc.edu/Randolph_Macon College Our Outstanding Liberal Arts Education! The liberal arts is more than a curriculum at Randolph-Macon. It is a way of thinking and learning. A liberal arts education is a recipe for success in today’s world, teaching you how to think analytically and crea
http://www.richmond.k12.va.us/ Richmond City Public Schools: 24,226 students An elected, nine-member School Board; members serve 2-year terms 29 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, and 8 high schools 75.72% of the budget goes into instruction 78% of all 3rd grade students are reading at or abo
http://www.st.catherines.org/ St. Catherine’s: Welcome to St. Catherine’s on the Web! I hope the extensive information you find here will encourage you to visit us to learn first-hand about the distinct programs and people who make this school so special. From Miss Jennie’s pioneering vision in 18
http://www.stchristophers.com/ St. Christopher’s: St. Christopher’s School, founded in 1911, is a college preparatory school for boys (junior kindergarten through 12th grade) located in Richmond, Virginia. A full program of coordination with nearby St. Catherine’s School includes a broad selection of cou
http://www.stewardschool.org/ The Steward School: The Steward School is an independent K-12 school committed to the kind of education that recognizes the individuality of each child and fosters his or her potential through an especially high degree of personal attention. One-on-one education and shared c
http://www.trinityes.org/ Trinity Episcopal: This is Trinity, a school unlike any other in the Richmond area. Here you will find an extraordinary environment for learning and growing, a nurturing ground for individual talents and interests, a place where undiscovered strengths and potential are real
http://www.richmond.edu/ University of Richmond: The University of Richmond blends the intimacy of a small college with exceptional academic, research and cultural opportunities usually found only at large institutions. A nationally ranked liberal arts university.
http://www.vcu.edu/Virginia Commonwealth University: Virginia Commonwealth University is the largest university in Virginia and ranks among the top 100 universities in the country in sponsored research. Located on two downtown campuses in Richmond, VCU enrolls nearly 32,000 students in 205 certificate and degrees.
http://www.vuu.edu/Virginia Union University: Virginia Union University, nourished by the African American heritage and energized by a commitment to excellence, provides a nurturing, intellectually challenging and spiritually enriching environment. Virginia Union University develops scholars, leaders.