Lynchburg City Schools offer educational services to more than 8,000 students enrolled in preschool through adult classes in two high schools, three middle schools, and eleven elementary schools. Alternative elementary, middle and high school programs, gifted programs, and programs for the disabled are also available. Our elementary schools provide an optimal academic environment and accelerated learning opportunities. Along with basic learning skills, students are taught basic concepts of character development and citizenship.

LCS Mission Statement
Every Child, By Name and By Need, to Graduation.

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It's flu season, and you need to take steps to protect you and your student... [read more]

Program of Studies Update

Dear High School Parents and Students, We want to make you aware of a recent change... [read more]

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Heritage High School teams placed in the top three in the Lynchburg College Regional... [read more]

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 The Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation, Inc.’s Board of... [read more]

TCM students inside Mt. Vernon

T. C. Miller's 21st Century Community Learning Center students journeyed to... [read more]

Anne Spencer poetry contest winners with school board members

This October, The Anne Spencer House and Garden Museum held its 26th Annual Poetry... [read more]

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