More than 8,000 Campbell County students attend two high schools, two combined high and middle schools and nine elementary schools that are all accredited by the State and Southern Association.
About 1,000 teachers and other staff and support personnel work together to meet the educational needs of our children. More than 50 percent of the teachers have masters' degrees. The elementary pupil-teacher ratio is 21 to 1. At the secondary level that ratio is 19 to1.
Campbell County is nestled among the gently rolling hills of south-central Virginia. Named for Patrick Henry's brother-in-law William Campbell, a Revolutionary War hero, the county is located in the heart of a variety of industrial, recreational and educational opportunities. The nation's capitol is less than 200 miles away, and many noted historical sites are closer still. Opportunities for furthering one's education are numerous. Just minutes away from any part of the county are Lynchburg College, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Sweet Briar College, Liberty University, and Central Virginia Community College.
The school division is divided into four geographic attendance areas: Altavista, Brookville, Rustburg, and William Campbell. While Campbell County is considered a rural area, the Brookville vicinity is primarily urban, catching the overflow from the city of Lynchburg. The town of Altavista, with a population of about 4,000, is home to the nationally renowned Lane Furniture Company as well as numerous other regional and local industries.
Rustburg serves as the county seat, and it is here that the School Administration Building is located. Rustburg, along with the William Campbell area, which encompasses Naruna and the Town of Brookneal tout industrial plants for Thomasville Furniture and the Georgia Pacific Corporation. More than 50 major manufacturing firms are located in the county and the city of Lynchburg.
Campbell County Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 15
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