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Clarke County High School opened in 1920 in Berryville, Virginia. In 1954 Clarke County High School relocated to 200 Swan Avenue, which is currently Johnson-Williams Middle School. The Class of 1987 was the last class to graduate at CCHS on Swan Avenue. In 1987, Clarke County moved to the location at 240 Westwood Road and opened with 533 students. Wilbur Feltner Stadium was dedicated in September 1996 and is still home to the Clarke County Eagles sporting events. This location is currently DG Cooley Elementary Lower Campus. In 2012 Clarke County relocated to its current site at 627 Mosby Blvd., Berryville, Virginia.


Today, Clarke County High School is located at 627 Mosby Blvd in Berryville and serves approximately 720 students in grades 9-12. The Clarke County High School faculty and staff goal is to encourage, inspire, and empower our students to reach their fullest potential both within the classroom and community. Our students are provided many opportunities that challenge them both academically and personally. This can been seen through the academic offerings that include the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program, Mountain Vista Governor’s School, and strong Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings in agriculture, medical health, and technical offerings. In addition, students are able to participate in dual enrolled course work through Lord Fairfax Community College and earn college credit while attending Clarke County High School. Our students build and balance their career and education opportunities and aspirations by participating in all of these offerings.

Clarke County High School students are encouraged to participate in a wide offering of athletic, fine arts, academic, and services clubs. Co-Curricular organizations include HOSA, DECA, and FFA along with honor societies for each program, as well as other organizations. Club opportunities range from our state recognized Marching Band and Choirs, Robotics, Debate, Forensics, and many others. These organizations inspire and empower our students to become productive and caring members of our community. We encourage you to visit the various social media connections that are part of our website to gain additional information of the multitude of offerings for our students.