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Public Education

Discover the robust public school systems offering comprehensive educational opportunities to students. With a commitment to academic excellence, these school districts provide diverse programs and resources to support student success. From rigorous curricula to extracurricular activities, students have access to a well-rounded education that prepares them for future endeavors. With dedicated educators and a focus on student achievement, the public school systems in these areas strive to meet the needs of every learner, ensuring a foundation for lifelong learning and success.

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Engage. Challenge. Inspire.

Bristol Tennessee City Schools
includes just over 4,000 students
who attend Anderson, Avoca,
Fairmount, Haynesfield, and Holston View Elementary schools; Vance Middle School; and Tennessee High School. In addition, Tennessee Online Public School (TOPS) is Bristol’s public statewide online school serving students in grades 9-12.

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Preparing All Students to Thrive

The Bristol Virginia Public Schools system consists of Virginia High, Virginia Middle, and Highland View, Van Pelt, Stonewall Jackson and Washington-Lee Elementary Schools. Class sizes average approximately 18 students at the elementary level, 15 at the middle school level, and 17 at the high school level.

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Our Children, Our Future.

Two high schools, three middle schools, and 10 elementary schools serve the current student population of 8,500  students. In addition to serving K-12 students, Sullivan County Department of Education provides pre-kindergarten opportunities at seven elementary schools. Students with special needs receive pre-kindergarten experiences in four elementary schools. Special education services are provided to 1700 students from ages 3-21.

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