Loudoun Valley High School is a public secondary school in Purcellville, Virginia. The school is part of Loudoun County Public Schools and is located at 340 North Maple Avenue in the Town of Purcellville. Prior to the opening of Woodgrove High School in 2010, it was the sole high school for the western half of Loudoun County, which includes Purcellville, Hamilton, Round Hill, Lovettsville, Hillsboro, Middleburg, Philomont and Bluemont.HistoryLoudoun Valley opened in 1963. The current principal is Ms. Susan Ross. Throughout its history, Valley has remained a predominantly rural high school, maintained a small enrollment of roughly 800 students each year, and did not experience much of the sprawl that eastern Loudoun County experienced in the 1980s and 1990s. Until the 1999-2000 school year, Valley was the smallest high school in Loudoun County.Recently, due to immigration, Valley has begun to experience a high rate of growth similar to eastern Loudoun schools like Park View and Broad Run have. In 2002, Harmony Intermediate School opened as a school for 8th and 9th graders, making Valley a 10th-12th grade school. By the 2005-2006 school year, Valley had become the largest Loudoun County high school with 1,955 students. Valley had extreme overcrowding until a new western Loudoun County high school, Woodgrove High School, opened in September 2010. At this time, Loudoun Valley returned to having 9th-12th grades, and Harmony Intermediate School became Harmony Middle School, with 6th-8th grades. Loudoun Valley graduated its largest class in its, as well as in the county's history in 2011, graduating 558 students.
The official Woodgrove High School Theatre page. Here you can find all of the information on future shows, department news, and volunteer opportunities!
LVHS chapter of UN Girl Up; advocating for gender equality on a global scale.
This page is associated with the Woodgrove Weekly, and sponsored by the Woodgrove HS PTSO!
Home of the Vikings
All happenings and information about Woodgrove HS Varsity Field Hockey
Teen Leadership Camps blend challenging classroom sessions with more traditional camp activities, all presented from a distinctly Christian worldview. Teen Leadership Camps are an important part of the ministry and work of Patrick Henry College.