During the 2011-2012 school year, scholarships and grants were awarded totaling $32,765,100.
74% accepted to two-year and four-year colleges
On-Time Graduation Rate:
84.8% (As calculated by the Virginia Department of Education‘s On-Time Rate Schedule)
Grades K-3 1:23
Grades 4-5 1:25
Middle Schools 1:25
High Schools 1:25
An Overview of HCS
Our Mission:In collaboration with our community, Hampton City Schools ensures academic excellence for every child, every day, whatever it takes.
Core Values:We believe that the developmental needs of children are central to every aspect of the operation of Hampton City Schools and that all interactions with our stakeholders must be governed by our core values-integrity, responsibility, innovation, excellence, and professionalism.
1 Early Childhood Center—Moton Early Childhood Center
19 Elementary Schools K-5
(includes 1 magnet, 2 fundamental schools and 1 school for the arts)
1 Gifted Center - Spratley Gifted Center (Gr. 3-8)
1 Early Childhood Center - Moton Early Chidhood Center
2 PK-8 Schools
800 elementary students each—PK-5
400 middle school students each—Grades 6-8
100 middle school students in each choice program Designed with three major learning centers
Grades 6-8 Established Choice Programs
Andrews PK-8 focus—Engineering
Phenix PK-8 focus—Biotechnology/Medical Arts
5 Middle Schools(includes 1 fundamental and 1 magnet) All of our middle schools are fully accredited.
4 High schools
The Campus at Lee housing:
Performance Learning Center
Student Population: 20,700
English as a Second Language: Over 530 students from 56 countries, speaking 35 different languages
Number of Advanced Placement Courses Offered: 19
Teacher Population: 1530 Elementary school teachers with Master’s Degrees & Higher: 243 Middle school teachers with Master’s Degrees & Higher: 191 High school teachers with Master’s Degrees & Higher: 170 National Board Certified Teachers: 115 District’s Budget for 2012-2013: $191,909,156 Student Per Pupil Expenditure as budgeted for FY13: $10,061