Greensville County Public Schools is a public school district located in Emporia, VA. It has 2,573 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
105 Ruffin Street
Emporia, VA 23847
Greensville County Public Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Greensville County Public Schools
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- B113 Students
- C+101 Students
- B+93 Students
- B-88 Students
- A54 Students
- A+50 Students
- B-46 Students
- A-43 Students
- A+41 Students
- B-38 Students
Greensville County Public Schools Reviews
Greensville County Public Schools are in a very small town, where everyone knows everyone. Since Kindergarten, I have seen positive and negative changes. I have seen graduations where there are double valedictorians. I have seen graduations where there were only 100 people or less walking across the stage. Greensville County Public Schools’ motto is ‘Striving for Excellence’, but that doesn’t mean we don’t make mistakes. Mistakes are made, acknowledged, and learned from. We talk like, walk like, act like, and work hard like champs. C.H.A.M.P.S. stand for compliant, honest, always respectful, make responsible choices, prompt, and strive for excellence.
I moved back to my hometown, Emporia VA, second semester of my junior year and I'm currently attending Greensville County High school. There are a few intriguing technical classes, I took a drafting class and it was superb. Clubs and activities would appeal more to those who are interested in sports and band, however lacking in the art department in my opinion. Low on staff; I was without an English teacher for the first half of first semester of my senior year. Some teachers are very creative and make learning enjoyable through various activities, while others teaching style's are lackluster. Diverse, students get along well with each other regardless of race/ethnicity. School enforces safety policy very well, although conflict between students occur at times, almost rarely lately. Staff assist seniors by walking them through the process of applying for financial aid, colleges, and scholarships. I find encouraging their students to strive for more is admirable and respectable.
I am a Senior at Greensville County High School. What I like about the school is that it has a great band program and the teachers are caring in this program. I also like how they give students the opportunity for dual enrollment, meaning, you can receive an Associate's Degree from the nearby community college in addition to your high school diploma. What I find challenging about the school is the teachers, at times. There are some who I feel really want to help you learn, while others seem as if they could care less. This makes learning hard when you have teachers with an "I do not care" attitude. Overall, I have had a great four years at Greensville County High School and I look forward to the next chapter in my life.