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In Hampton Roads

Langley AFB Education and Academics in Hampton Roads

 

For those moving to a new location, it’s important to know what educational options are available. This chapter outlines the public schools system in Hampton Roads, along with information about local libraries and higher education. There are private schools, charter schools and home schooling available to children in Hampton Roads as well.

To be enrolled in a Virginia school, a child must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 30 of the school year. Parents wishing to register a child for school should take the following to the school office: an official certified copy of the birth certificate (not a photocopy) or a sworn statement of the child’s age with an explanation of why the certified birth certificate cannot be provided; the child’s street address; and the three-part School Entrance Health Form (MCH 213F) completed by a licensed physician, nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant, indicating that the child has had a full physical exam within the past 12 months. Go to www.doe.virginia.gov/families/student_enrollment.shtml, the Virginia Department of Education website, for more information. Required immunizations include diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis; hepatitis B; Haemophilus influenzae type b; human papillomavirus; measles, mumps and rubella; polio; and varicella (chickenpox). For more details on Virginia’s vaccine requirements for students in grades K-12, visit the Virginia Department of Health’s website at www.vdh.virginia.gov/immunization/requirements.

Virginia is one of the few states to reject Common Core education standards that provide a consistent set of educational expectations for students in the majority of other states, the District of Columbia, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Department of Defense Education Activity. Instead, Virginia uses Standards of Learning exams to regularly test students from kindergarten through 12th grade on their levels of learning and achievement; the standards are based on what students should learn in every grade in Virginia in the core subjects of English, mathematics, science and history. Students in grades three through 12 typically will take between two to four SOL tests each year.

CHARTER SCHOOLS

Charter schools are public schools of choice that are tuition-free, serve all students and have open enrollment. For more information or a listing of charter schools in Virginia, visit the Virginia Department of Education’s website at www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/charter_schools.

HOME SCHOOLING

In an introduction to home schooling in Virginia, the state Department of Education provides guidelines for home-schooled children. The rules can be found at www.doe.virginia.gov/families/private_home.

VAHomeschoolers — The Organization of Virginia Homeschoolers

P.O. Box 5131
Charlottesville, VA 22905
866-513-6173
www.vahomeschoolers.org

This independent, member-driven statewide organization provides support to home-schooling families, links to resources and information about schools and policies. It also serves as family forum.

Home Educators Association of Virginia

2100 W. Laburnum Ave., Suite 108-A
Richmond, VA 23227
804-278-9200
www.heav.org

Home Educators Association of Virginia is a member-supported, statewide, 501(c)(3) nonprofit home-school association. Since 1983, HEAV has worked to promote home education by working with the Virginia Department of Education and legislators and providing information to home-schooling families, the media and officials. Though HEAV is based on a biblical worldview, it serves all home-schoolers regardless of religious or philosophical beliefs, and membership is open to all.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

To search for local private schools in Virginia, visit the National Center for Education Statistics website and use the private school search tool at www.nces.ed.gov/surveys/pss/privateschoolsearch. Users may search by location, religious affiliation, school type and more.

Choosing a School

Choosing the right school is very important, so be sure to research each one before deciding. Contact the school by phone or by visiting its website, which is a valuable source for school district statistics and curriculum. Talk to people in the area, especially friends and colleagues who already live there.

If the school shows promise, schedule a visit and bring a list of written questions about student-teacher ratios, computer availability, extracurricular activities, sports programs, music programs, gifted programs and grading standards.

Discuss the potential school with your child: what they like and what they didn’t like. Your family’s ability to readily adapt to a move and to find happiness in your new home may depend, in part, on how happy your children are in their new school.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Chesapeake Public Schools

312 Cedar Road
Chesapeake, VA 23322
757-547-0153
www.cpschools.com

Chesapeake Public Schools has 28 elementary schools, 10 middle schools and seven high schools as well as several alternative, gifted, and science and technology schools; the International Baccalaureate program; a special education center; a preschool facility; online courses; and adult and continuing education. The district’s enrollment hovers around 40,000.

Franklin City Public Schools

207 W. Second Ave.
Franklin, VA 23851
757-569-8111
www.fcpsva.org

Franklin City Public Schools has three schools — an elementary, a middle and a high school — and an adult education program. The district has an enrollment of approximately 1,100 students.

Hampton City Schools

1 Franklin St.
Hampton, VA 23669
757-727-2000
www.hampton.k12.va.us

Hampton City Schools has 19 elementary schools, five middle schools and four high schools and a school for the arts, a gifted center, schools that stress fundamentals, a technology magnet school, an early childhood center, and an adult education program. The district has an enrollment of just over 20,600 students.

Gloucester County Public Schools

6099 T.C. Walker Road
Gloucester, VA 23061
804-693-5300
http://gets.gc.k12.va.us

Gloucester County Public Schools has five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. The district’s enrollment is about 5,500 students.

Isle of Wight County Schools

820 W. Main St.
Smithfield, VA 23430
757-357-4393
www.iwcs.k12.va.us

Isle of Wight County Public Schools has five elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools. The district has an enrollment around 5,500 students.

Newport News Public Schools

12465 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23606
757-591-4500
www.sbo.nn.k12.va.us

Newport News Public Schools has five early childhood centers, 24 elementary schools, seven middle schools, five high schools, a middle/high combined school, five early childhood centers and special schools including an aviation academy and workforce training schools. The district has an enrollment of approximately 24,000 students.

Norfolk Public Schools

800 E. City Hall Ave.
Norfolk, VA 23510
757-670-3945
www.nps.k12.va.us

Norfolk Public Schools has 33 elementary schools, eight middle schools, five high schools and other auxiliary facilities, including alternative and specialty programs such as an early childhood education center and choice schools, to serve its 33,000 students.

Poquoson City Public Schools

500 City Hall Ave.
Poquoson, VA 23662
757-868-3055
www.poquoson.k12.va.us

Poquoson City Public Schools has one primary school (K-2), one elementary school (grades 3-5), one middle school and a high school. The district has an enrollment of approximately 2,100 students.

Portsmouth Public Schools

801 Crawford St.
Portsmouth, VA 23704
757-393-8751
http://pps.k12.va.us

Portsmouth Public Schools has four pre-K centers, 13 elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, an alternative school and an adult learning center. The district’s enrollment is just under 15,000 students.

Southampton County Public Schools

P.O. Box 96
Courtland, VA 23837
757-653-2692
www.southampton.k12.va.us

Southampton County Public Schools has four elementary schools, one middle school, a technical career center and an alternative school, to serve some 2,800 students.

Suffolk Public Schools

100 N. Main St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
757-925-6750
www.spsk12.net

Suffolk Public Schools has 11 elementary schools, four middle schools and three high schools. The district has an enrollment of around 14,250 students.

Virginia Beach City Public Schools

2512 George Mason Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
757-263-1000
www.vbschools.com

Virginia Beach City Public Schools has 55 elementary schools, 15 middle schools, 12 high schools and a number of secondary/post-secondary specialty centers, including an adult learning center and a technical and career education center. The district is the largest school division in the region and has an enrollment of a little over 67,200 students.

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools

117 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
757-603-6400
http://wjccschools.org

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools has nine elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools. The district has an enrollment of more than 11,300 students.

York County School Division

302 Dare Road
Yorktown, VA 23692
757-898-0300
www.yorkcountyschools.org

York County School Division has 10 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, a center for the academically gifted, an academy that focuses on computer technology and web design, an International Baccalaureate program, an arts-intensive program and online courses. The district has an enrollment of about 12,700 students.

in Hampton Roads

Langley Eustis Education

in Hampton Roads

For those moving to a new location, it’s important to know what educational options are available. This chapter outlines the public schools system in Hampton Roads, along with information about local libraries and higher education. There are private schools, charter schools and home schooling available to children in Hampton Roads as well.

To be enrolled in a Virginia school, a child must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 30 of the school year. Parents wishing to register a child for school should take the following to the school office: an official certified copy of the birth certificate (not a photocopy) or a sworn statement of the child’s age with an explanation of why the certified birth certificate cannot be provided; the child’s street address; and the three-part School Entrance Health Form (MCH 213F) completed by a licensed physician, nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant, indicating that the child has had a full physical exam within the past 12 months. Go to www.doe.virginia.gov/families/student_enrollment.shtml, the Virginia Department of Education website, for more information. For Virginia’s vaccine requirements for students in grades K-12, visit the Virginia Department of Health’s website at www.vdh.virginia.gov/immunization/requirements .

Virginia is one of the few states to reject Common Core education standards that provide a consistent set of educational expectations for students in the majority of other states, the District of Columbia, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Department of Defense Education Activity. Instead, Virginia uses Standards of Learning exams to regularly test students from kindergarten through 12th grade on their levels of learning and achievement; the standards are based on what students should learn in every grade in Virginia in the core subjects of English, mathematics, science and history. Students in grades three through 12 typically will take between two to four SOL tests each year.

Choosing a School

Choosing the right school is very important, so be sure to research each one before deciding. Contact the school by phone or by visiting its website, which is a valuable source to learn about a school district’s statistics and curriculum. Talk to people in the area, especially friends and colleagues who already live there.

If the school shows promise, schedule a visit and bring a list of written questions about student-teacher ratios, computer availability, extracurricular activities, sports programs, music programs, gifted programs and grading standards.

Discuss the potential school with your child: what they liked and what they didn’t like. Your family’s ability to readily adapt to a move and to find happiness in your new home may depend, in part, on how happy your children are in their new school.

Schools

CHARTER SCHOOLS

Charter schools are public schools of choice that are tuition-free, serve all students and have open enrollment. For more information or a listing of charter schools in Virginia, visit the Virginia Department of Education’s website at www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/charter_schools.

HOME SCHOOLING

In an introduction to home schooling in Virginia, the state Department of Education provides guidelines for home-schooled children. The rules can be found at www.doe.virginia.gov/families/private_home.

VAHomeschoolers — The Organization of Virginia Homeschoolers

P.O. Box 5131

Charlottesville, VA 22905 866-513-6173

www.vahomeschoolers.org 

This independent, member-driven statewide organization provides support to home-schooling families, links to resources and information about schools and policies. It also serves as a family forum.

Home Educators Association of Virginia

2100 W. Laburnum Ave., Suite 108-A

Richmond, VA 23227 804-278-9200

www.heav.org 

Home Educators Association of Virginia is a member-supported, statewide, 501(c)(3) nonprofit home-school association. Since 1983, HEAV has worked to promote home education by working with the Virginia Department of Education and legislators and providing information to home-schooling families, the media and officials. Though HEAV is based on a biblical worldview, it serves all home-schoolers regardless of religious or philosophical beliefs, and membership is open to all.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

To search for local private schools in Virginia, visit the National Center for Education Statistics website and use the private school search tool at www.nces.ed.gov/surveys/pss/privateschoolsearch. Users may search by location, religious affiliation, school type and more.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Chesapeake Public Schools

312 Cedar Road

Chesapeake, VA 23322 757-547-0153

www.cpschools.com 

Chesapeake Public Schools has 28 elementary schools, 10 middle schools and seven high schools as well as several alternative, gifted, and science and technology schools; the International Baccalaureate program; a special education center; a preschool facility; online courses; and adult and continuing education. The district’s enrollment hovers around 39,000.

Franklin City Public Schools

207 W. Second Ave.

Franklin, VA 23851 757-569-8111

www.fcpsva.org 

Franklin City Public Schools has three schools — an elementary, a middle and a high school — and an adult education program. The district has an enrollment of approximately 1,100 students.

Hampton City Schools

1 Franklin St.

Hampton, VA 23669 757-727-2000

www.hampton.k12.va.us 

Hampton City Schools has 18 elementary schools, five middle schools and four high schools and a school for the arts, a gifted center, schools that stress fundamentals, a technology magnet school, an early childhood center, and an adult education program. The district has an enrollment of just over 19,000 students.

Gloucester County Public Schools

6099 T.C. Walker Road

Gloucester, VA 23061 804-693-5300

http://gets.gc.k12.va.us 

Gloucester County Public Schools has five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. The district’s enrollment is about 5,500 students.

Isle of Wight County Schools

820 W. Main St.

Smithfield, VA 23430 757-357-4393

www.iwcs.k12.va.us 

Isle of Wight County Public Schools has five elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools. The district has an enrollment around 5,500 students.

Newport News Public Schools

12465 Warwick Blvd.

Newport News, VA 23606 757-591-4500

www.sbo.nn.k12.va.us 

Newport News Public Schools has five early childhood centers, 24 elementary schools, seven middle schools, five high schools, a middle/high combined school, five early childhood centers and special schools including an aviation academy and workforce training schools. The district has an enrollment of approximately 24,000 students.

Norfolk Public Schools

800 E. City Hall Ave.

Norfolk, VA 23510 757-670-3945

www.nps.k12.va.us 

Norfolk Public Schools has 33 elementary schools, eight middle schools, five high schools and other auxiliary facilities, including alternative and specialty programs such as an early childhood education center and choice schools, to serve its 33,000 students.

Poquoson City Public Schools

500 City Hall Ave.

Poquoson, VA 23662 757-868-3055

www.poquoson.k12.va.us 

Poquoson City Public Schools has one primary school (K through second grade), one elementary school (third through fifth grade), one middle school and a high school. The district has an enrollment of approximately 2,100 students.

Portsmouth Public Schools

801 Crawford St.

Portsmouth, VA 23704 757-393-8751

http://pps.k12.va.us 

Portsmouth Public Schools has four pre-K centers, 13 elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, an alternative school and an adult learning center. The district’s enrollment is just under 15,000 students.

Southampton County Public Schools

P.O. Box 96

Courtland, VA 23837 757-653-2692

www.southampton.k12.va.us 

Southampton County Public Schools has four elementary schools, one middle school, a technical career center and an alternative school, to serve some 2,800 students.

Suffolk Public Schools

100 N. Main St.

Suffolk, VA 23434 757-925-6750

www.spsk12.net 

Suffolk Public Schools has 11 elementary schools, five middle schools and three high schools. The district has an enrollment of around 14,250 students.

Virginia Beach City Public Schools

2512 George Mason Drive

Virginia Beach, VA 23456 757-263-1000

www.vbschools.com 

Virginia Beach City Public Schools has 55 elementary schools, 15 middle schools, 12 high schools and a number of secondary/post-secondary specialty centers, including an adult learning center and a technical and career education center. The district is the largest school division in the region and has an enrollment of a little over 67,200 students.

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools

117 Ironbound Road

Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-603-6400

http://wjccschools.org 

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools has nine elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools. The district has an enrollment of more than 11,300 students.

York County School Division

302 Dare Road

Yorktown, VA 23692 757-898-0300

www.yorkcountyschools.org 

York County School Division has 10 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, a center for the academically gifted, an academy that focuses on computer technology and web design, an International Baccalaureate program, an arts-intensive program and online courses. The district has an enrollment of about 12,700 students.

Universities/Higher Education

Langley AFB Education and Academics Universities Higher Education

 

Hampton Roads offers plenty of opportunity for continuing education. Joint Base Langley-Eustis Education Center provides active duty, family members and retirees the opportunity to enroll in courses offered by accredited universities. The JBLE satellite office offers flexible class schedules, affordable tuition, outstanding faculty and an environment tailored to adult students and military members. For more information, go to http://new.jbleforcesupport.com/langley-education-center or call 757-878-3705.

Use the following contact information to start your search for the school that is right for you.

Advanced Technology Institute

5700 Southern Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
757-490-1241
www.auto.edu

Apprentice School

3101 Washington Ave., First Floor
Newport News, VA 23607
757-380-3809
www.as.edu

Bryant & Stratton College
Hampton Campus

4410 Claiborne Square, Suite 233
Hampton, VA 23666
757-896-6001

Virginia Beach Campus

301 Centre Pointe Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
757-499-7900
www.bryantstratton.edu

Christopher Newport University

1 Avenue of the Arts
Newport News, VA 23606
757-594-7000
www.cnu.edu

College of William and Mary

116 Jamestown Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
757-221-4000
www.wm.edu

Eastern Virginia Medical School

700 W. Olney Road
Norfolk, VA 23507
757-446-5600
www.evms.edu

ECPI University
Newport News Campus

1001 Omni Blvd., Suite 100
Newport News, VA 23606
757-849-0548

Norfolk Campus

2428 Almeda Ave., Suite 106
Norfolk, VA 23513
757-793-2640

Virginia Beach Campus

5555 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
757-517-3903
www.ecpi.edu

Embry-Riddle University
Fort Eustis Campus

Fort Eustis Education Center
1500 Madison Ave.
Fort Eustis, VA 23604
757-887-0980
https://worldwide.erau.edu/locations/fort-eustis

Langley Campus

450 Weyland Road, Suite 120
Hampton, VA 23665
757-325-6272
https://worldwide.erau.edu/locations/langley

Hampton University

100 Cemetery Road
Hampton, VA 23668
757-727-5000
www.hamptonu.edu

National Institute of Aerospace

100 Exploration Way
Hampton, VA 23666
757-325-6700
www.nianet.org

Norfolk State University

700 Park Ave.
Norfolk, VA 23504
757-823-8600
www.nsu.edu

Old Dominion University

5115 Hampton Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23529
757-683-3000
www.odu.edu

Virginia Wesleyan College

1584 Wesleyan Drive
Norfolk, VA 23502
757-455-3200
www.vwc.edu

Universities/Higher Education

Hampton Roads offers plenty of opportunity for continuing education. Joint Base Langley-Eustis Education Center provides active duty, family members and retirees the opportunity to enroll in courses offered by accredited universities. The JBLE satellite office offers flexible class schedules, affordable tuition, outstanding faculty and an environment tailored to adult students and military members. For more information, go to http://new.jbleforcesupport.com/langley-education-center or call 757-764-2963.

Use the following contact information to start your search for the school that is right for you.

Advanced Technology Institute

5700 Southern Blvd.

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 757-490-1241

www.auto.edu 

Apprentice School

3101 Washington Ave., First Floor

Newport News, VA 23607 757-380-3809

www.as.edu 

Bryant & Stratton College

Hampton Campus

4410 Claiborne Square, Suite 233

Hampton, VA 23666 757-896-6001

Virginia Beach Campus

301 Centre Pointe Drive

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 757-499-7900

www.bryantstratton.edu 

Christopher Newport University

1 Avenue of the Arts

Newport News, VA 23606 757-594-7000

www.cnu.edu 

College of William and Mary

116 Jamestown Road

Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-221-4000

www.wm.edu 

Eastern Virginia Medical School

700 W. Olney Road

Norfolk, VA 23507 757-446-5600

www.evms.edu 

ECPI University

Newport News Campus

1001 Omni Blvd., Suite 100

Newport News, VA 23606 757-849-0548

Norfolk Campus

2428 Almeda Ave., Suite 106

Norfolk, VA 23513 757-793-2640

Virginia Beach Campus

5555 Greenwich Road

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 757-517-3903

www.ecpi.edu 

Embry-Riddle University

Fort Eustis Campus

Fort Eustis Education Center

1500 Madison Ave.

Fort Eustis, VA 23604 757-887-0980

https://worldwide.erau.edu/locations/fort-eustis 

Langley Campus

450 Weyland Road, Suite 120

Hampton, VA 23665 757-325-6272

https://worldwide.erau.edu/locations/langley 

Hampton University

100 Cemetery Road

Hampton, VA 23668 757-727-5000

www.hamptonu.edu 

National Institute of Aerospace

100 Exploration Way

Hampton, VA 23666 757-325-6700

www.nianet.org 

Norfolk State University

700 Park Ave.

Norfolk, VA 23504 757-823-8600

www.nsu.edu 

Old Dominion University

5115 Hampton Blvd.

Norfolk, VA 23529 757-683-3000

www.odu.edu 

Virginia Wesleyan University

1584 Wesleyan Drive

Norfolk, VA 23502 757-455-3200

www.vwu.edu 

Libraries

Langley AFB Education and Academics Libraries

 

Public libraries in Hampton Roads offer learning, recreation, distance education, internet and more resources, all for free. School libraries that support the curriculum and offer internet access and other resources are in most public and private schools, and academic and special libraries are found in colleges and universities. The Library of Virginia, www.lva.virginia.gov, supports libraries in the state with resources, Interlibrary Loan and other assistance.

Residents can make use of numerous public libraries in Hampton Roads. Get information about services, hours and events by visiting the branches’ websites. For a full list of libraries in Virginia, visit the Library of Virginia website. The following public library branches are near Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

Blackwater Regional Library

Walter Cecil Rawls Library (Main)
22511 Main St.
Courtland, VA 23837
757-653-2821
www.blackwaterlib.org

Chesapeake Public Library

298 Cedar Road
Chesapeake, VA 23322
757-410-7100
www.chesapeake.lib.va.us

Hampton Public Library

Main Library
4207 Victoria Blvd.
Hampton, VA 23669
757-727-1154
www.hamptonpubliclibrary.org

James City County Library

7770 Croaker Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
757-259-7770
www.wrl.org

Newport News Public Library System

700 Town Center Drive, Suite 300
Newport News, VA 23606
757-926-1350
www.nngov.com/library

Norfolk Public Libraries

1155 Pineridge Road
Norfolk, VA 23502
757-664-7328
www.npl.lib.va.us

Poquoson Public Library

500 City Hall Ave.
Poquoson, VA 23662
757-868-3060
www.poquoson-va.gov/library

Portsmouth Public Library

601 Court St.
Portsmouth, VA 23704
757-393-8501
www.portsmouth-va-public-library.com

Suffolk Public Library System

Morgan Memorial Library

443 W. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
757-514-7323
www.suffolk.lib.va.us

Virginia Beach Central Library

4100 Virginia Beach Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
757-385-0150
www.vbgov.com/government/departments/libraries/locations

Williamsburg Regional Library

515 Scotland St.
Williamsburg, VA 23185
757-259-4040
www.wrl.org

York County Library/Tabb Library

100 Long Green Blvd.
Yorktown, VA 23693
757-890-5100
www.yorkcounty.gov/library

Yorktown Library

8500 George Washington Memorial Highway
Yorktown, VA 23692
757-890-3377
www.yorkcounty.gov/library

Libraries

Public libraries in Hampton Roads offer learning, recreation, distance education, internet and more resources, all for free. School libraries that support the curriculum and offer internet access and other resources are in most public and private schools, and academic and special libraries are found in colleges and universities. The Library of Virginia, www.lva.virginia.gov, supports libraries in the state with resources, Interlibrary Loan and other assistance.

Residents can make use of numerous public libraries in Hampton Roads. Get information about services, hours and events by visiting the branches’ websites. For a full list of libraries in Virginia, visit the Library of Virginia website. The following public library branches are near Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

Blackwater Regional Library

Walter Cecil Rawls Library (Main)

22511 Main St.

Courtland, VA 23837 757-653-2821

www.blackwaterlib.org 

Chesapeake Public Library

298 Cedar Road

Chesapeake, VA 23322 757-410-7100

www.chesapeake.lib.va.us 

Hampton Public Library

Main Library

4207 Victoria Blvd.

Hampton, VA 23669 757-727-1154

www.hamptonpubliclibrary.org 

James City County Library

7770 Croaker Road

Williamsburg, VA 23188 757-259-7770

www.wrl.org 

Newport News Public Library System

700 Town Center Drive, Suite 300

Newport News, VA 23606 757-926-1350

www.nngov.com/library 

Norfolk Public Library

235 E. Plume St.

Norfolk, VA 23510 757-664-7323

www.norfolkpubliclibrary.org 

Poquoson Public Library

500 City Hall Ave.

Poquoson, VA 23662 757-868-3060

www.poquoson-va.gov/library 

Portsmouth Public Library

601 Court St.

Portsmouth, VA 23704 757-393-8501

www.portsmouth-va-public-library.com 

Suffolk Public Library System

Morgan Memorial Library

443 W. Washington St.

Suffolk, VA 23434 757-514-7323

www.suffolk.lib.va.us 

Virginia Beach Central Library

4100 Virginia Beach Blvd.

Virginia Beach, VA 23452 757-385-0150

www.vbgov.com/government/departments/libraries/locations 

Williamsburg Regional Library

515 Scotland St.

Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-259-4040

www.wrl.org 

York County Library/Tabb Library

100 Long Green Blvd.

Yorktown, VA 23693 757-890-5100

www.yorkcounty.gov/library 

Yorktown Library

8500 George Washington Memorial Highway

Yorktown, VA 23692 757-890-3377

www.yorkcounty.gov/library 

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