We are a small, rural school located in Central Virginia approximately 30 miles from Richmond, our state capital and 25 miles from Colonial Williamsburg.
Charles City County Public Schools employs a staff of approximately 235 persons to meet the needs of approximately 1000 students in its three schools. All schools are technologically advanced with full Internet access in both labs and classrooms.
Charles City County was established in 1616 and named after King Charles I of England. The county is located between the James and Chickahominy rivers close to the colonial capitals of Jamestown and Williamsburg. Throughout its history, Charles City has been home to Indians and early settlers, planters, slaves and free blacks, presidents, signers of the Declaration of Independence, emancipators, educators, and agronomists, making it the location of the First Thanksgiving.
Charles City County Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 3
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