If you’re searching for a new home, you know it’s important to research local schools to find the best option for you. Check out some of these tools to help you learn more about the local school districts:
- The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics offers publications, reports, statistics and other data tools to help you research schools.
- Local counties have great information too, including Hanover County Public Schools, Henrico County Public Schools, Chesterfield County Public Schools, and Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools, where our communities are located.
- If you’re planning to tour potential schools, com offers a great set of questions to get a true feel for the school.
At HHHunt Communities, we believe it’s how you live that matters, and we’re proud that all of our communities are located in award-winning school districts. Our homeowners and their children enjoy access to some of the best schools in the country!
For instance, children who live in Rutland and Providence in Hanover County go to some of the best public schools in the area! All of Hanover County’s schools are fully accredited and the school district that was named by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 50 counties in the nation for scholastic achievement.
Children living in Henrico County in Twin Hickory, Dominion Park, Ellington, Holloway, and Westin Estates, have access to the International Baccalaureate program. Seventeen Henrico County schools earned the 2015 Virginia Index of Performance Awards for advanced learning and achievement.
Schools in Chesterfield County, where Charter Colony is located, have a 91 percent four-year graduation rate and 56 percent of Chesterfield County’s class of 2015 graduated with an advanced studies diploma, according to their website.
Finally, children living in White Hall, located just outside of Williamsburg, attend some of the state’s finest schools as well. All Williamsburg-James City County schools are fully accredited, innovative and on the cutting edge of technology.
We hope that these tips are helpful as the new school year gets underway!