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Loudoun County Public Schools is an elite, public school district located in Ashburn, VA. It has 73,418 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 84% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
21000 Education Court
Ashburn, VA 20148
(571) 252-1000

Loudoun County Public Schools Rankings

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Average ACT
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Free or Reduced Lunch


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$14,909/ student
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Loudoun County Public Schools Reviews

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Loudoun County hosts many events and uses its assets to improve the environment for students. Being in Loudoun County has allowed me to experience not only the top education, but also surround myself in diversity. Park View High as an example is extremely diverse. Immersing yourself in an environment of vastly different individuals opens your eyes to new ideas and cultures. With those discoveries, students take them beyond high school and into the real world. Loudoun County additionally recognizes students achievements with their annual Excellence in Education banquets. At these events they commemorate students and encourage students to continue their efforts and work towards success.
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Living within Loudoun County, I have been given an abundance of opportunities to excel within my education. First, having access to a more challenging curriculum, such as AP and Dual Enrollment courses has been very beneficial for receiving college credits. With these rigorous classes, I have been able to earn myself credits to benefit my college plan in the future. These courses have also allowed me to acquire and apply my knowledge further passed boundaries I never thought were possible for myself. Second, as I have been a student at two different high schools within the county due to moving for my father's work commute, I have found that the teachers within the county have an incredible drive to aid student success. Whether it's staying after school to provide review sessions or help, they are more than willing. Overall, I have found that within the county, I have been given great opportunity and challenge to provide me with a positive springboard into my college career and future.
I'm greeted by people with bright smiles on their faces daily. The teachers have been absolutely tremendous from my experiences from Elementary School through High School. My teachers have been professional and consist of great knowledge. As a student, you feel very comfortable because you know your teachers truly care about you and want you to succeed. Teachers are constantly asking what they can do better. Which engages students more and also sets an example for students to learn constructive criticism. With the competitiveness we have in Loudoun County, academically, it really helps that we have amazing mentors. If I could improve anything at my school, I'd wish they gave students more freedom. And I say freedom because I feel almost as if my school is too structured. I wish they relied on students to have more responsibility and a say, because, from what I hear, college is completely different. Students could be more prepared for the real world.