|Date Posted||June 18, 2019|
|Industry||K-12: Public Schools|
|Certification Needed||Yes, eligibility for Virginia teaching license|
Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) is the second largest School Division in Virginia. The Division serves more than 90,000 students in its 100 schools and learning centers. Our 11,500 dedicated staff include more than 6,200 teachers. Students and parents speak more than 144 languages and represent 121 countries.
Our mission to provide a World-Class Education to our students is achieved in part through collaboration, quality professional learning, the use of instructional technology, and the advancement of literacy and wellness. PWCS exceeds the Virginia average with a 92.1 percent on-time graduation rate, and all schools in PWCS earned Virginia accreditation based on recent performance measures, compared with the statewide rate of 92 percent. All qualified PWCS high schools are ranked in the top nine percent of high schools in the nation, according to The Washington Post’s “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” list (2018).
Located just 25 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., Prince William County offers a rich, diverse history, and a wide variety of options for living, recreation, shopping, dining, and enjoyment of the arts. With the Blue Ridge Mountains, wineries, and horse country to our west, beaches to the south and east, and many major metropolitan areas only a few hours away, we’re close to it all! Our community was named One of the Top 100 Communities for Young People (America’s Promise Alliance and ING) for three consecutive years and Gainesville was recently named the #1 City in Virginia for Young Families.