- William O. Robey High School
Our Mission Statement:
William Obediah Robey High School uses nontraditional engagement and personalized instruction to create an innovative, safe, and welcoming learning environment that gives students the confidence to advance toward graduation and make meaningful contributions to their communities.
Our Vision Statement:
Empowered students graduate from William Obediah Robey High School equipped with the academic and life skills to follow individual paths to success in their worlds.
William Obediah Robey High School is Loudoun County Public School’s (LCPS) first Non-Traditional High School. William O. Robey HS serves students who are working, parenting, or need to earn credits more quickly than their traditional LCPS High School allows. William O. Robey HS students may earn up to 10 credits per year in a modified 4x4 schedule and students may choose between two scheduling options: 8am to 2:30pm, or 1:30pm to 8:00pm (both sessions include optional lab time). William O. Robey HS offers a smaller environment with a 10:1 ratio (students: teachers), individualized lesson plans and instruction, self-paced learning, and bus transportation from all of Loudoun County.
Students who enroll in William O. Robey HS will unenroll from their LCPS High School. William O. Robey’s students must be motivated to graduate, have passed a majority of classes, and have good attendance. LCPS students who are interested in attending William O. Robey HS may complete the online application through the website, or speak with their school counselor or administrator. Due to the limited space at William O. Robey HS, all applications are reviewed by an admissions panel who accept students into the school.