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Contact Us

Main Office 804-228-2700/FAX 804-228-2754
School Counseling 804-228-2710/FAX 804-228-2754
International Baccalaureate 804-228-2745
Center for the Arts 804-228-2718
Attendance Office 804-228-2731

FAX 804-228-2715

Director of Student Activities 804-228-2703
School Resource Officer Sandy

Office Hours: 9am-3pm

(804) 393-1782

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Daily Schedule 1st 9 Weeks

Early Bird Classes (depending on course selection)
9:00 – 9:50
1st Period
10:00 – 11:15
2nd/3rd Period
(ACE Center start time 10:00)
11:15 – 11:25
11:25 – 11:45
Warrior Time
11:45 – 12:15
12:15 – 1:30
4th/5th Period
1:30 – 1:40
1:40 – 2:55
6th/7th Period
Teacher Planning/Office Hours/Student Independent Work/Support

At Henrico High School, we envision our staff, students, parents, and community actively working together, respectfully and cooperatively, to enable all children to fulfill their full potential as empowered individuals, constructive members of their communities, productive participants in the economy and engaged citizens in the US and the world.

The mission of Henrico High School is to provide a high-quality education program designed to help students become critical thinkers, problem solvers, collaborators and lifelong learners. Through our learner-centered system, we will prepare students for a global society and enable them to become responsible citizens that demonstrate an appreciation for cultural differences. Our school community works to create and demonstrate decency, fairness, and civic responsibilities through an atmosphere of equity and respect.

We believe:

  • The faculty and staff of Henrico High School are responsible for ensuring a high-quality education for each student.
  • Students learn best in an emotionally/physically safe and orderly environment.
  • Students must be active participants in the learning process.
  • Henrico High School requires the support and input of the parents/guardians and community to be successful in providing a high-quality education.
  • Education prepares students to succeed in an ever-changing world.
  • Education builds character and promotes critical thinking, decision-making, problem solving, personal accountability, and effective communication.
  • Education develops leadership in students.


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