The purpose of the American Rescue Plan Act Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief — or “ESSER III” — fund is to help sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impacts of COVID-19 on the nation’s students. Funding may be used to address students’ academic, social, emotional and mental health needs. Henrico County […]
Henrico, Va., Nov. 17, 2022 — For students struggling with a homework problem, sometimes questions can’t wait until the next time the class meets. Beginning in December, Henrico County Public Schools middle and high school students will be able to get personalized help quickly from experienced tutors using a web-based interactive platform. The division has […]
HCPS Families and staff: Today’s tornado warning is now extended until 3:00 p.m. Students are safe; however, visitors are not permitted in the building. Afternoon dismissal will begin once the tornado warning is over. Friday’s after-school activities and childcare housed in Henrico Schools are canceled. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility. Thank you, Henrico County […]
The referral window for students to be considered for HCPS gifted programs is Nov. 9-21. During this time, parents, guardians, teachers, community members or students may refer a student to their school’s gifted identification coordinator. Referrals for gifted identification must be in writing. Find contact information for your school’s gifted identification coordinator here. More information […]
Hello HCPS students!!!
Have an interest you want to explore? Want to gain training and get a head start in your career field before you finish high school?
Want to earn a state board license or certification? We can help you find your life path!
We help our students gain skills in a number of professions which they can find immediately applicable to a variety of career options. The Advanced Career Education Center at Hermitage proudly participates in this vision of providing students with the skills they will use to find fulfillment in their careers and within the community.
The ACE Center is an extension of all nine Henrico County High Schools. We share a campus with Hermitage High School and transportation is provided between your high school and the ACE Center so you may conveniently take part in the programs offered. Students can apply during their 8th, 10th and 11th grade years to attend during their 11th and 12th grade years.
Our students thrive through participation in professional student organizations!
You will develop leadership and technical skills by participating in the activities and competitive events of the co-curricular student organizations that align with the program you attend. We also have school based organizations in which we provide services to the community and recognize CTE academic success.
- National Technical Honor Society
- Tech Ethics Society