Albemarle High School Lacrosse
Albemarle High School is a learning community that inspires all students to pursue their dreams, becoming lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a global society.
Diversity • Relationships • Mutual Respect • Learning for All • Enthusiasm for Albemarle High School
A Successful Past, An Innovative Future
Founded in 1953 with 850 students, Albemarle High School, home of the Patriots, is a dynamic community of learners who exemplify our school values: Diversity, Relationships, Mutual Respect, Learning for All, and Enthusiasm for Albemarle High School. AHS is located on a 40 acre campus that shares a boundary with Jack Jouett Middle School and Mary C. Greer Elementary School. We anchor the county’s northern feeder pattern; in addition to Jouett, students who attend Mortimer Y. Sutherland and Jackson P. Burley Middle Schools usually become Patriots. As the largest school in the ACPS system, AHS is able to offer a world-class array of educational opportunities to nearly 2,000 students who speak over 50 different first languages.