Culpeper County High School junior plans to graduate with an associate's degree and study architecture at UVA or Tech.
Eastern View High School sophomore enjoys stargazing and singing, hopes to attend college in New York to study nursing, wants to spread kindne…
Award-winning, hilarious Culpeper student performance, made entirely on Zoom in pandemic era, shows Friday and Saturday on YouTube for free.
Culpeper County High School junior is a lifeguard and volleyball player who hopes to pursue more travel to discover her ideal career path.
Eastern View High School sophomore is college-bound, possibly to Va. Tech, hopes to be an engineer, father and husband.
As of April 12, 65.53 percent of students were participating in the four-day instructional model.
From 5 to 8 on April 28, it's Culpeper County High School Freshman/Sophomore Class Spirit Night at Brewster’s Real Ice Cream
Eastern View High School sophomore is soccer player, hopes to pursue a degree in cybersecurity to protect country from cyber attacks.
Culpeper County High School junior is a musician, swimmer and traveler bound for college with dreams of studying abroad.
While Black and Latino residents make up 34% of the college-age population in the state, far fewer are enrolled in Virginia’s colleges, accord…
UVa course will bring college students and inmates together to discuss the hows, whys and wherefores.
First step in expanding offerings.
There will a plant sale May 1 and 8 in the greenhouses at CCHS and EVHS.
High schoolers in Culpeper, Orange, Madison among those invited to compete for $1,042 contribution to community college education in name of A…
Eastern View High School sophomore plays varsity tennis, volunteers at Food Closet, wants to study music and business in college.
Bi-directional amplifiers will ensure first responders can remain contact with each other even in places, like stairwells, where signals are t…
Culpeper County High School junior coaches Little Comets Soccer, hopes to become a physicians assistant specializing in pediatric oncology.
Virginia pandemic restrictions make it impossible to hold a traditional state prom -- so parents are crossing the state line to do it themselves.
Slated for completion in 2022, new building behind Galbreath-Marshall school will add 10 classrooms, 80 preschoolers and 35 new staff.
Eastern View High School sophomore runs varsity track, wants to attend UVA after graduation and become a lawyer.