Amelia, Virginia Local Area Schools

The County of Amelia has three accredited schools. The elementary school, which was completed in the fall of 1993 is located on North Five Forks Road. The high school is located across the street from the new elementary school. The middle school is located on Otterburn Road and the school administration office are currently located on Otterburn Road. The County shares responsibility with Nottoway County for a vocational technical center, which is located just outside of the County on U.S. Route 360.  Amelia County Elementary School is home to one of the state's most modern educational technology systems, a Local Area Network consisting of more than 100 workstations is in place for students.

Two full-curriculum private schools are also located within the County of Amelia. Amelia Academy offers grades K-12 and is located on North Five Forks Road in the village of Amelia Courthouse. The Pilgrim Mennonite School is located at the intersection of Genito Road and Redmore Lane. There are also two day care centers operating in the County - Amelia Child Care and Learning Center on Butlers Road and AmeriKids Child Development Center on North Five Forks Road.

Amelia Academy
Grades K-12
P.O. Box 106 - 8741 N. Five Forks Rd.
Amelia, Virginia  23002
(804) 561-2270 Phone
(804) 561-4934 Fax
School Starts - August 25, 2003
Book Day - August 22 9am - Noon
Click here Amelia County Administrative Office Website
Amelia County High School
Grades 9-12
Enrollment:  517
Principal:  Bruce Cook
Assistant Principal: Michael Booth
(804) 561-2101 Phone
School Starts - September 2, 2003
Amelia County Middle School
Grades 6-8
Enrollment:  435
Co-Principal:  Tammy Maxey
Co-Principal:  Catherine Wilkinson
(804) 561-4422 Phone
School Starts - September 2, 2003
Amelia County Elementary School
Grades K-5
Enrollment:  762
Principal:  Wesley Eary
Assistant Principal:  Kathleen Stuart
(804) 561-2433 Phone
School Starts - September 2, 2003

Pilgrim Mennonite School
Grades K-12
Director:  Vernon Mast
(804) 561-3267

 

The County of Amelia has three accredited schools. The elementary school, which was completed in the fall of 1993 is located on North Five Forks Road. The high school is located across the street from the new elementary school. The middle school is located on Otterburn Road and the school administration office are currently located on Otterburn Road. The County shares responsibility with Nottoway County for a vocational technical center, which is located just outside of the County on U.S. Route 360.
Amelia County Elementary School is home to one of the state's most modern educational technology systems, a Local Area Network consisting of more than 100 workstations, eight file servers, five laser printers and approximately 90 dot matrix printers.
Amelia County Public Schools' Technology Plan, deemed "exemplary" by the State Department of Education, has led to the installation of modern computer learning labs in all county schools. At the high school, a workstation is being installed in every classroom and a schoolwide Local Area Network is being erected, with the goal of establishing schoolwide Internet Access.
Two full-curriculum private schools are also located within the County of Amelia. Amelia Academy offers grades K-12 and is located on North Five Forks Road in the village of Amelia Courthouse. The Pilgrim Mennonite School is located at the intersection of Genito Road and Redmore Lane. There are also two day care centers operating in the County - Amelia Child Care and Learning Center on Butlers Road and AmeriKids Child Development Center on North Five Forks Road.