Loudoun County Schools Win Excellence Award

If you have been looking for how your child’s school stands up to the others, this should be helpful.a.jpg 

On January 10th, 2008 there were 89 Virginia Schools that were recognized and recieved the Governor’s Award for Educational Excellence.  Loudoun County tied Henrico County (?) for the second most school recognitions, following Fairfax County. 

Loudoun Schools include: Hillsboro ES, Lincoln ES, Waterford ES, Belont Ridge MS, Farmwell Station MS, Broad Run HS, Stone Bridge HS, Loudoun Valley HS.

Govenor Kaine says “Students in these schools are soaring far beyond the minimum requirements of the Standards of Learning and No Child Left Behind.  It speaks to the strength of public education in the Commonwealth that the 89 schools that have earned this distinction including schools in rural, suburban and urban communities and schools in every part of the state.”

Congratulations to our local schools and students!  To read more about the criteria of receiving this award check out Governor Kaine’s Web Site.