Grayson County was formed in 1793 from part of Wythe County and was named for William Grayson, one of Virginia's first two senators. William and Rosamond Bourne came to the Knob Fork area on the New River in 1765. They found eight other families already living here.William Bourne was elected as first Clerk of the County at the first court session held in a log barn located on the Bourne farm near the present town of Fries.
A mountain sanctuary, unspoiled by the modern world. One can find a haven of peace, quiet, safety, beautiful scenery, and frequent good weather.
Here you'll meet friendly people with an appreciation for the old-fashioned country lifestyle. Take the time to treat yourself to the fresh air, cool streams, mountainous beauty, and naturally stimulating experiences Grayson County has to offer.
All Grayson County Schools are accredited by the state Board of Education, either provisionally or with warning. Grayson County High School also is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Grayson County Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 12
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