Prospect Heights Middle School News
BRVGS is a four-year program for students interested in higher education that occurs during the regular school day at OCHS. Participation in this program is dependent on an application process and the time to apply is now.
Students at Prospect Heights Middle School and Locust Grove Middle School voted on their favorite 2018-2019 Virginia Readers Choice books. All ten books were very interesting but the students voted for the following: Locust Grove Middle School First Place: Wolf Hollow...
The National Junior Honor Society at Prospect Heights Middle School used money they raised this year to make a $1,000 donation to the Orange County Public School STEM Bus Project. This donation will be matched by the Lake of the Woods Lions Club, so the $1,000 these...
The combined bands and choirs of Locust Grove Middle School, Prospect Heights Middle School, and Orange County High School under the direction of Cetch Waters (band) and Mary Sommar (choir) performed at the Fine Arts Festival held on March 25, 2019.
The division spelling bee was held at Orange County High School on February 5, 2019. The division winners were:1st Place - Kaitlyn Shackleton - PHMS2nd Place - Emma Olson - LGMS3rd Place - Jackson Hamilton - PHMS
Art work by students of Orange County Schools is on display at the Taylor Education Administration Complex. Based on the votes of Taylor Education Administration Complex staff, winning entries will be submitted to the Virginia School Board Association Art Contest.
The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. It has since become a worldwide effort to celebrate...
Prospect Heights Middle School would like to thank Reynolds GM Subaru of Orange for the generous donation of books to our school and classroom libraries. We appreciate their partnership with our school.
Help! Students in Mrs. Munger’s Math 8 classes are trapped in her classroom. In order to escape, they must use the order of operations to solve math problems and puzzles to unlock the code and break out. Will they be trapped in math class forever?