Loudoun County Schools
Primary and Secondary Education
Loudoun County Public Schools provide comprehensive education from kindergarten through Grade 12. The schools also offer special education (disabled), gifted/talented education, vocational and adult education, English as a second language (ESL), a preschool for at-risk 4-year-olds, Head Start, and a high school program in applications of technology.
Virginia Higher Education
Led by the University of Virginia, which was the second ranked public university in 2015’s annual U.S. News rankings, Virginia’s public higher education system rated in the top 20 for five of the six metrics we considered. Virginia’s weighted graduation rate of 68% was third highest of any state, as was the 20-year return on investment of over $420,000, which makes paying off student loans that much easier. Along with UVA, other top schools in the state include the Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and James Madison University, which boasts the 12th ranked undergraduate business school in the country, according to BusinessWeek.
On-Line College Education In Virginia
Virginia has long been regarded as the home for storied collegiate institutions and thus quality educations. That tradition now carries over to the state’s considerable selection of fully online four-year programs and courses. Prestigious schools like James Madison, George Mason and Norfolk State all have a host of online programs, be they fully online or a selecting of core courses and electives available online in conjunction with an on-campus curriculum.
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