Facility Assessment Studies
In 2003, Loudoun County Public Schools commissioned a facility assessment study of all school facilities. The schools at that time were assessed and graded over six major categories: Site, Structure, Mechanical Plant, Safety, Educational Adequacy and Educational Environment. Not unexpected, all of the schools built before 1980 ended up at the bottom of the rankings.
Wanting to revisit the evaluation and ranking of LCPS school facilities to determine their need for renovation and modernization, a new facility assessment study was conducted in 2015. A consultant with a team of architects and engineers evaluated a total of sixteen elementary schools, five middle schools and one high school, with the majority of them built prior to 1980. It was decided that due to their age and scores from the 2003 study, they were the facilities most in need of renovation and possible additions.
See the results of the 2017 Continuity Of Operations Plan