South County High School (Fairfax County, Virginia)

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South County High School (SCHS)
Address
8501 Silverbrook Road
Lorton, Virginia 22079
Information
School typePublic, High school
Founded2005
School districtFairfax County Public Schools
PrincipalDr. Jane Lipp
Staffapproximately 250
Grades9–12
Enrollment2,976 (2013–14)
LanguageEnglish
CampusSuburban
Color(s)Navy blue, forest green, and silver
MascotStanly the Stallion
Feeder schoolsHalley Elementary School
Lorton Station Elementary School
Newington Forest Elementary School
Silverbrook Elementary School
Laurel Hill Elementary School
Gunston Elementary School
Rival schoolsHayfield Secondary School
West Springfield High School
Lake Braddock Secondary School
Website
 
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Coordinates: 38°43′21.42″N 77°14′25.86″W / 38.7226167°N 77.2405167°W / 38.7226167; -77.2405167

South County High School (SCHS)
Address
8501 Silverbrook Road
Lorton, Virginia 22079
Information
School typePublic, High school
Founded2005
School districtFairfax County Public Schools
PrincipalDr. Jane Lipp
Staffapproximately 250
Grades9–12
Enrollment2,976 (2013–14)
LanguageEnglish
CampusSuburban
Color(s)Navy blue, forest green, and silver
MascotStanly the Stallion
Feeder schoolsHalley Elementary School
Lorton Station Elementary School
Newington Forest Elementary School
Silverbrook Elementary School
Laurel Hill Elementary School
Gunston Elementary School
Rival schoolsHayfield Secondary School
West Springfield High School
Lake Braddock Secondary School
Website

South County High School is a high school in Lorton,[1] unincorporated Fairfax County, Virginia, part of the Fairfax County Public Schools system, opened in September 2005. The school mascot is Stan the Stallion, and school colors are forest green, navy blue, and silver.

Current status[edit]

South County is designated to serve grades 9–12. In order to prevent disruption in students' senior years, 2005–06 seniors were allowed to remain at Hayfield, Lake Braddock Secondary School, Lee High School, or other secondary school they were currently enrolled in to finish their secondary education and maintain continuity during the college application process.

Demographics[edit]

In the 2012-13 school year, South County High School's student body was 50.77% White, 18.00% Asian, 15.66% Black, 10.67% Hispanic and 4.89% Other. The enrollment was 2,005 students.[2]

Academic programs[edit]

SCHS has the following FCPS Programs:


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