Our Schools

Prince George High School

7801 Laurel Spring Road

Prince George, VA 23875

Email: Principal, Mike Nelson

Phone: 804-733-2720 

Fax: 804-861-4530

Hour: 7:50am - 2:30pm

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N. B. Clements Jr. High School

7800 Laurel Spring Road

Prince George, VA 23875

Email: Principal, Tana Jones

Phone: 804-733-2730

Fax: 804-733-2665

Hours: 7:50am - 2:30pm 

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J. E. J. Moore Middle School

11455 Prince George Drive

Disputanta, VA 23842

Email: Principal, Stephanie Bishop

Phone: 804-733-2740

Fax: 804-733-2697

Hours: 7:40am - 2:30pm 

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North Elementary

11106 Old Stage Road

Prince George, VA 23875

Email: Principal, Chris Romig

Phone: 804-458-8922

Fax: 804-452-3917

Hours: 9:00am - 3:30pm

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South Elementary

13400 Prince George Drive

Disputanta, VA 23842

Email: Principal, Robin Pruett

Phone: 804-733-2755

Fax: 804-732-5844

Hours: 9:00am - 3:30pm

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David A. Harrison Elementary

12900 East Quaker Road

Disputanta, VA 23842

Email: Principal, Chris Scruggs

Phone: 804-991-2242

Fax: 804-991-2123

Hours: 9:00am - 3:30pm

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William A. Walton Elementary

4101 Courthouse Road

Prince George, VA 23875

Email:Principal, Sharon Kushma

Phone: 804-733-2750

Fax: 804-732-1592

Hours: 9:00am - 3:30pm

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L. L. Beazley Elementary

6700 Courthouse Road

Prince George, VA 23875

Email: Principal, Robin Germanos

Phone: 804-733-2745

Fax: 804-732-1627

Hours: 9:00am - 3:30pm

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Prince George Education Center

11465 Prince George Drive

Disputanta, VA 23842

Email: Principal, Mattie Thweatt

Phone: 804-733-2748

Fax: 804-733-2749

Hours: 7:45am - 2:15pm

Rowanty Technical Center

2000 Rowanty Road

Carson, VA 23830

Phone: 804-732-4950

 

 

 

 

Fun Facts About Our Schools

Prince George County Public Schools
(information as of 10/31/2015)
  • All Elementary Schools and J.E.J Moore Middle School Are Fully Accredited.

  • Student Enrollment – expected 6,310 (includes Pre-K-12) 2015-16 (as of 10/31/15 total enrollment was 6,439)

  • Number of Schools – 9 (including alternative education school)

  • Prince George High School – Grades 10-12 – built in 1977/renovations in 1992 & 2001, 3 trailers – enrollment: 1,408

  • N.B. Clements Jr. High School – Grades 8-9 – built in 1953/renovations in 2001 – enrollment: 990

  • J.E.J. Moore Middle School – Grades 6-7 – built in 1998 – enrollment: 1023

  • Prince George Education Center (Alternative Education Program) – Housed on the J.E.J. Moore Middle School campus - enrollment: 47 students participating in Project Choice, and PGPals programs. Students are included in enrollment at their home schools.

  • W.A. Walton Elementary School – Grades PreK-5 – built in 1960/renovations in 1971 & 1992, 4 trailers – enrollment: 655

  • L.L. Beazley Elementary School – Grades PreK-5 – built in 1964/renovations in 1992, window A/C in 2002, 6 trailers – enrollment: 630

  • North Elementary School – Grades PreK-5 – old North building built in 1963/renovations in 1969 & 1974, window A/C in 2002; New North Building built in 2009 – enrollment: 699

  • Harrison Elementary School – Grades PreK-5 – built in 1967/renovations in 1974 & 2003 – enrollment: 554

  • South Elementary School – Grades PreK-5 – built in 1963/renovations in 1970, 1974, 2000 & 2003; 3 trailers – enrollment: 475

  • Number of Teachers – 474 (includes regular education, special education, psychologists, visiting teachers, counselors, librarians, occupational therapist, and part-time teachers)

  • Total Employees – 897 (excludes substitutes)

  • Prince George Composite Index – 0.2513 [2014-16]

  • Prince George Tax Rate - $.82 per $100 (real estate), $4.25 per $100 (personal property)

  • Programs Offered:

    • Virginia Preschool Initiative for At-Risk Four Year Olds: One class at each of the five elementary schools. Maximum of 18 students in a class. Application for program acceptance is required.

    • PALS Tutoring Program: Offered at each of the five elementary schools. Individualized tutoring services in early literacy skills for eligible students K-3.

    • English as a Second Language Program: Offered to students whose native language is not English. Three part-time teachers are employed to work with students individually or in small groups. Students are screened for services.

    • Title I Services: Targeted Assistance Programs in reading in five elementary schools. Title I employs 7 teachers, 1.5 instructional paraprofessionals and .5 parent coordinator. Serves approximately 300 students annually.

    • Gifted Services: Programs serve all schools K-12. Referrals are accepted throughout the school year. The programs serve approximately 900 students in one or more areas of giftedness including: General intellectual giftedness (PACE), specific academic giftedness (SAGE), emerging giftedness (SOAR & PAAS-Apprentice), and visual and performing arts giftedness, (PAAS-Art, PAAS-Vocal, PAAS-Theatre).

    • Special Education and Related Services: Services are available at all district schools. Some specialized instruction available in center-based programs as determined by the student's IEP team.

    • Authorized Middle Years Programme School of the International Baccalaureate Organization: Serves students in grades 6-10. Operates as a school-within-a-school with a rigorous, academically advanced program. Students apply for the limited number of slots in grade 5.

    • Dual Enrollment John Tyler Community College, Richard Bland College, Southside Virginia Community College and Virginia State University * Psychology * Advanced Computer Information Systems * Sociology * Multi-Media Desktop Publishing * Drawing * Advanced Multi-Media Desktop Publishing * Painting * Teachers for Tomorrow * EMT * Probability and Statistics * Criminal Justice * Electricity * Pre Calculus * Firefighting * Calculus * C++

    • Advanced Placement Course Offerings * U. S. History * U. S. Government * AP French * AP European History * Chemistry * Calculus AB * AP Spanish * English Language & Composition * English Literature & Composition

    • Career and Technical Education: Numerous CTE course offerings include: * Business and Information Technology (some of which carry dual enrollment credit with John Tyler Community College) * Marketing * Trade and Industrial Education * Leadership, Education & Training (which includes JROTC) * Technology Education * Career Focus

    • Governor’s Schools: Participates in two full-time Governor’s Schools: Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies (8 students) and

    • Appomattox Regional Governor’s School for the Arts and Technology (12 students).

    • Rowanty Technical School: A facility jointly operated by three school divisions: Dinwiddie, Prince George and Sussex, which offers career and technical education courses. Approximately 110 students receive career and technical education classes.

    • Instructional Technology Resource Teachers: The school district now has an ITRT assigned full time to each school for assistance with infusion of technology into daily classroom instruction, online standardized testing, and hardware/software advice.

    • Math Interventionist Program: This program is designed to assist elementary students who need additional assistance in math. The focus is on 3rd through 5th grade students.

    • Math Accelerated Program: Each elementary school identifies 5th grade students who can be accelerated in math. Students focus on the 5th and 6th grade Virginia Standards of Learning in mathematics.

    • Accelerated Reading Program: Reading Renaissance is a set of teaching techniques to individualize and promote reading growth through extensive amounts of reading practice. Elementary and middle school students are given the STAR Reading Assessment, which determines their Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD). Motivational techniques are used to recognize achievements and encourage continual reading growth.

    • Keeping Students Connected: This is an alternative education program for students who have been expelled or suspended from school. K-12, a virtual high school, provides online instruction in the core subjects: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and History. Students who are successful can make progress towards meeting the requirements for promotion and/or graduation.

    • To Math Seven (2M7) Project: The goal of this initiative is to increase the achievement of sixth and seventh grade military students in mathematics through a summer enrichment program and a professional development plan for mathematics teachers at J. E. J. Moore Middle School. The success of the project is based on the military students’ achievement on the Virginia Standards of Learning Mathematics tests. 2M7 is being funded by a Department of Defense Education Activity grant.

    • Food Service Programs: All schools participate in the National School Lunch & Breakfast Programs. Presently 39.27% of our students are eligible for free or reduced breakfast and lunch meals. As of October 30, 2015 (22 days) the free and reduced breakfast and lunch breakdown are as follows: 18,440 free breakfast meals served (48% consumption); 6751 reduced breakfast meals served (34% consumption); 30,535 free lunch meals served (80% consumption); 14,092 reduced lunch meals served (70% consumption).