There are 5 colleges in Fairfax County drawing students from all areas of Northern Virginia as full-time residents and commuters. George Mason University is located next to the City of Fairfax, and offers 168 degree programs for about 30,000 students. Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) has campuses in Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Loudoun, Manassas, Reston Center, Springfield (Medical Campus), & Woodbridge. and Extended Learning Institute (ELI Distance Learning). NVCC is an inexpensive alternative to earning a degree, transfer credits to a four-year institution, get technical certifications, and attend courses for career enhancement through several learning divisions. The Northern Virginia Center offers undergraduate and graduate courses from the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech (VPI). The Northern Virginia Center is located at the West Falls Church Metro Station, and programs are designed for working adults seeking degrees in… Continue reading
Caroline County Public Schools ranks 92nd of 129 public school districts in Virginia (2014). Caroline County supports 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school. Bowling Green (3rd through 5th grades), Bowling Green Primary School (Pre-kindergarten – 2nd grade), Lewis and Clark Elementary (Pre-kindergarten through 5th grade), Madison Elementary (Pre-kindergarten through 5th grade).
The statistics listed below are based on 2014 Virginia Standards of Learning scores and ranking of Bowling Green, Lewis and Clark, and Madison elementary schools; Caroline Middle School (6th through 8th grades) and Caroline High School (9th through 12th grades).
Bowling Green Elementary School (Bowling Green)
Germanna Community College (Fredericksburg, Locust Grove, Culpeper, & Stafford) The Stafford Campus is next to Aquia Park Shopping Center at 2761 Jefferson Davis Highway Suite 107 Stafford, Virginia 22554. Below are the programs offered by Germanna Community College.
Spotsylvania County Public Schools educate almost 24,000 students at 17 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, and 5 high schools. Based on Virginia Department of Education Standards of Learning scores, Spotsylvania County Public Schools rank 62nd of 131 public school districts. Spotsylvania County high school rankings are posted next to school out of 322 Virginia high schools. Chancellor (256), Courtland (169), Massaponax (182), Riverbend (118), and Spotsylvania (281). There are two specialty schools, Commonwealth Governor’s School and Spotsylvania Career and Technical Center.
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Colleges and universities in Prince William County include the George Mason University Science and Technology Campus (Manassas), Northern Virginia Community College with campuses in Manassas and Woodbridge, ECPI University (Manassas), Stratford University (Woodbridge) and Strayer University with campus buildings in Manassas and Woodbridge. George Mason University Science and Technology Campus in Prince William County educates students pursuing undergraduate, and graduate degrees. Community partnerships at George Mason University in Manassas include the Hylton Performing Arts Center, the Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center, and the National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases.
Northern Virginia Community College supports the local workforce by providing programs supporting the training and certification of technical skills. NVCC also has 50% of its students transfer to four-year colleges. Northern Virginia Community College has campuses in Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington Center, Innovation Park (Manassas),… Continue reading