Virginia Living magazine

Virginia Living magazine has named Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine and Environmental Science as a top school in Virginia for its innovative science, math, and technology programs. The school’s focus on marine and environmental science, paired with its three sites in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, provides students with opportunities for rigorous learning and rich and varied field experiences in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. These immersive field experiences allow students to see firsthand the application of classroom learning, and gain practical experience with technology and field science data collection. Virginia Living’s September/October 2015 issue will feature Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine and Environmental Science in Virginia Living State of Education, a special bound-in supplement that celebrates excellence and innovation in 150 top high schools and colleges that are leading the way in education and innovation around the state.

74th Annual meeting of the Virginia Junior Academy of Science

Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Grant

Virginia Naturally Schools

Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School has been selected as one of the Virginia Naturally Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. The goal of this program, which is administered through the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, is to recognize efforts by Virginia schools that increase the environmental awareness and stewardship of its students.

For more information about the Virginia Naturally school recognition program, please see their website at www.vanaturally.com.

Virginia Living magazine

Virginia Living magazine has named Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine and Environmental Science as a top school in Virginia for its innovative science, math, and technology programs. The school’s focus on marine and environmental science, paired with its three sites in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, provides students with opportunities for rigorous learning and rich and varied field experiences in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. These immersive field experiences allow students to see firsthand the application of classroom learning, and gain practical experience with technology and field science data collection. Virginia Living’s September/October 2015 issue will feature Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine and Environmental Science in Virginia Living State of Education, a special bound-in supplement that celebrates excellence and innovation in 150 top high schools and colleges that are leading the way in education and innovation around the state.

74th Annual meeting of the Virginia Junior Academy of Science

Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Grant

Virginia Naturally Schools

Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School has been selected as one of the Virginia Naturally Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. The goal of this program, which is administered through the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, is to recognize efforts by Virginia schools that increase the environmental awareness and stewardship of its students.

For more information about the Virginia Naturally school recognition program, please see their website at www.vanaturally.com.

SCHOOL LOCATIONS

Administration

Terri L. Perkins, Director
P. O. Box 1410
202 South Church Lane
Tappahannock, VA 22560
Phone: 804-443-0267
Fax: 804-443-4039
Bowling Green Site

16221 Richmond Turnpike
Bowling Green, VA 22427
Phone: 804-633-3406
Fax: 804-633-5579
RCC Glenns Site

12745 College Drive
Glenns, VA 23149
Phone: 804-758-6788
Fax: 804-758-5434
RCC Warsaw Site

52 Campus Drive
Warsaw, VA 22572
Phone: 804-333-1306
Fax: 804-333-1306
The Chesapeake Bay Governor's School is a partnership between the Virginia Department of Education, participating School Divisions and Rappahannock Community College, and a member of NCSSSMST (National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology).
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