Virginia Beach public schools sure are plentiful. There are more than 80 elementary, middle, and high schools combined in the city of Virginia Beach! The best thing about them is that they are highly rated. Some are rated higher than others, as usual.

As an average, Virginia Beach schools have a 6 out of 10 scales. That’s a fairly decent score. If you are looking for a school that is outstanding in Virginia Beach, you need to be looking at Kingston Elementary School, Kemps Landing Magnet, Princess Anne Middle School, and Creeds Elementary School. These are rated 10 out of 10! This means these are the best public schools in the city of VA Beach when it comes to teacher and student relationships.

When schools receive the highest score, it means that they have the students attending that school on average have amazing test scores. Ultimately, it means students know what is going on in the classroom, it is low stress, and teachers are great.

To add on what is awesome about Virginia Beach schools is that they have very low dropout rates for students on average. The rate of student drop-outs are lower in Virginia Beach than in the average rate of Virginia as a whole. Unfortunately, the rate for drop-outs appears to be on the rise, but in Virginia Beach, the average is still less than the whole state of Virginia.

Looking for a complete list of Virginia Beach public schools? We have it! Here are the public schools in VA Beach that are in the order of Elementary, Middle, and High schools.

Alanton, Arrowhead, Bayside, Birdneck, Brookwood, Centerville, Christopher Farms, College Park, Cooke, Corporate Landing, Creeds, Dey, Diamond Springs, Fairfield, Glenwood, Green Run, Hermitage, Holland, Indian Lakes, Kempsville, Kempsville Meadows, Kings Grant, Kingston, Landstown, Linkhorn Park, Luxford, Lynnhaven, Malibu, New Castle, Newtown, North Landing, Ocean Lakes, Parkway, Pembroke, Pembroke Meadows, Point O View, Princess Anne, Providence, Red Mill, Rosemont, Rosemont Forest, Salem, Seatack, Shelton Park, Strawbridge, Tallwood, Thalia, Thoroughgood, Three Oaks, Trantwood, White Oaks, Williams, Windsor Oaks, Windsor Woods, and Woodstock.

Bayside, Brandon, Corporate Landing, Great Neck, Independence, Kempsville, Landstown, Larkspur, Lynnhaven, Plaza, Princess Anne, Salem, and Virginia Beach.

Bayside, Cox, First Colonial, Green Run, Kellam, Kempsville, Landstown, Ocean Lakes, Princess Anne, Salem, and Tallwood.

There is an overwhelmingly larger amount of elementary schools in Virginia Beach than Middle and High schools! Wow. Did you know that?

There are so many public schools in Virginia Beach, and all of them are great. No matter what schools students are zoned for, they are in for a good learning experience. The atmospheres of Virginia Beach schools are all up to par.