Albemarle High School is a public high school serving grades 9 through 12. It is a part of Albemarle County Public Schools and is located just outside Charlottesville, Virginia. The current principal is Jay P. Thomas, who was appointed in 2009.
Features include science labs, two computer labs, a media center, a full auditorium, rooms for the band and choir, a ceramics studio, a cafeteria, and two gymnasiums.
Albemarle High School offers Advanced Placement and dual enrollment classes through nearby Piedmont Virginia Community College. Adult Education and LED programs are offered in the evening.
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