HAMPTON CITY SCHOOLS - AN OVERVIEW
In collaboration with our community, Hampton City Schools ensures academic excellence for every child, every day, whatever it takes.
Hampton City Schools: the first choice for success for every student.
We believe that the developmental needs of children are central to every aspect of the operation of Hampton City Schools and that all interactions with our stakeholders must be governed by our core values-integrity, responsibility, innovation, excellence, and professionalism.
Accreditation: Virginia State Department of Education. High Schools are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia.
1 Early Childhood Center—Moton Early Childhood Center
18 Elementary Schools K-5
(includes 1 magnet, 2 fundamental schools and 1 school for the arts)
2 PK-8 Schools - Andrews PK-8 | Phenix PK-8
800 elementary students each—PK-5
400 middle school students each—Grades 6-8
100 middle school students in each choice program
Designed with three major learning centers
1 Gifted Center - Ann H. Kilgore Gifted Center
5 Middle Schools (includes 1 fundamental and 1 magnet)
4 High Schools (each including specialized academies)
English as a Second Language: More than 650 students represent nearly 70 different countries and speak 50 different languages.
2023 Graduates: 1,430
2023 Grants & Scholarships: Over $47 million.
Graduates Attending College: 60% of the class of 2023
On-Time Graduation Rate: 97.6% (As calculated by the Virginia Department of Education‘s On-Time Rate Schedule) (class of 2022)
Student Population: 19,584 (2023-2024 school year)
Number of Advanced Placement Courses Offered: 23
Teacher Population: 1,554
Teachers with Master’s Degrees & Higher: 746
National Board Certified Staff Members: 35
District’s Budget for 2023-2024: $346,432,764
Student Per Pupil Expenditure as budgeted for FY24: $16,135
*All of our schools are handicap accessible