On behalf of the Appomattox County School Board and our staff, welcome to our website. Explore our website and our four school websites. Appomattox County is located in rural central Virginia. We provide public education to approximately 2200 students who are enrolled in our four schools in the school division. Those schools include Appomattox Primary School (Preschool – Grade 2), Appomattox Elementary School (Grades 3-5), Appomattox Middle School (Grades 6-8), and Appomattox County High School (Grades 9-12). We are proud of our students and staff in ACPS. We are proud to announce that all of our schools are fully accredited by the Virginia Department of Education for a third year in a row. We are one of 65 school divisions, out of 132 total division in Virginia, to have all schools fully accredited. This exemplifies the daily dedication of our teachers and staff to our students.
Parents or guardians can update student information for returning students. Click this link and follow the quick directions below:
Click here for a quick FAQ with common registration questions.
New students can be registered at any of our four schools. All school office hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm.
Why did Mrs. Swanberg’s 6th grade students have to listen to Let it Go during math art? They were having to listen for math words to create a fractal Fractals are never ending patterns. They had to make 256 of the small pyramids to create the large one shown in the picture. The fractal the students created is called Sierpinski’s Pyramid.
Daniella Hodges, agricultural educator at Appomattox Middle School in Appomattox, Virginia, received the 2017 Teachers Turn the Key professional development scholarship from the National Association of Agricultural Educators.
Pictured: Mrs. Hodges receives the Teachers Turn the Key Award, presented by Samuel Parker of RAM Trucks and Scott Stone, NAAE President.
Appomattox Elementary school has joined with classrooms all around the world, as we all celebrated the joy of the Holiday Season in December by exchanging greeting cards! The third graders at Appomattox Elementary School participated in the Christmas Card Exchange Project, created by Jennifer Wagner of Projects by Jen. Students in Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Mills, and Mrs. Franklin’s classes each made Star-Themed Holiday greeting cards to mail out to 30 schools around the world. In addition to sending the cards, the students have been practicing their geography skills as they map out the locations from which cards from other schools were received. They enjoyed reading the cards and learning about the various locations as each card arrived. Most schools have been sharing information about what makes their schools different and what type of weather they expect to see this time of the year in their area. This project is in it's 10th year, and it continues to grow, breaking down classroom walls, and bringing classrooms around the world together in this global collaboration. This year, teachers had an opportunity to sign-up to have their classes participate in what is called the "Ho-Ho-Holiday Mystery Skype", which connected them with another classroom through the audio/visual application. Students were able to communicate through "Skype", and talk face-to-face with their peers from other classrooms somewhere else in the world. The hashtag for this project is #PBJHCE17.
We Skyped with a third grade class from Waco, Texas in November. These third graders told us that they arrive to school at 7:30 a.m. which would be 6:30 a.m. for us! This was their first experience and our third time of Skyping.
Appomattox County Public Schools (ACPS) is proud to announce their 2017 on-time graduation rate is 95.1. This is an increase from the 2016 rate of 92.4 and is 4 percentage points above the statewide rate of 91.3. ACPS is celebrating the highest on-time graduation rate in Region 8 this year
Statewide, nine out of ten students who entered the ninth grade in 2013 earned a diploma within four years. Of the 95,348 students in the class of 2017, 91.1 percent earned a Board of Education approved diploma, compared with 91.3 percent of the 2016 cohort. The dropout rates of 214 high schools in Virginia were equal to or lower than the statewide rate of 5.8 percent.
The state’s dropout rate for the class of 2017 was 5.8 percent, compared with 5.3 percent for the previous graduating class. In comparison, the dropout rate for Appomattox was 1.6 percent this year.
Reminder to all Parents/Guardians.
Appomattox County Public Schools has an app. The app allows you to keep up with your child's grades, attendance, and important information concerning your child's education.
The district app combines all apps provided by the schools in one place. We would like to encourage all parents/guardians to download the app today.
Listed below are a few Apps that we suggest to help you keep up with information pertaining to your student.
Our Division APP
PowerSchool App (District Code : TQHS You will need this code after you download the app)