Welcome to Staunton River High

Staunton River exists to provide a foundation that will allow our students the best opportunity for a lifetime of success.

Staunton River High School will challenge all students with a rigorous and diverse academic program to exceed their own expectations in a safe environment that fosters respect, self-discipline, tolerance, and social development. Our school will be the anchor for our community, providing programs that build unity, involvement, and pride.

Golden Eagles Marching Band during a half-time show
Golden Eagle Logo for Staunton River High School
Golden Eagles running onto field at start of event
Committed to Excellence

School News



We encourage all 9th-12th grade families, staff, and students to join the SRHS PTSA. Our voice in advocating for our youth is strengthened by your membership.

Congratulations to the entire Golden Eagle Family as Staunton River High School was listed as one of the U.S. News and World Report's 2021 America's Best High Schools! SRHS ranked among the top one-third of schools in the country. See specific rankings and how schools are ranked here. Way To Go and Go Get'em Eagles!

SRHS Recognition

BCPS Summer School registration is now open for grades 9-12 (including rising 9th graders) attempting to improve their GPA by repeating a class or wishing to take a new course to accelerate their learning (Rising 9th graders included). Click the following links for the information flyer, application form and online payment system:  

BCPS Summer School 2021 Flyer
BCPS Summer School Application Form
BCPS Online Payment System


The Recruitment and Retention Team is excited to announce a BCPS JOB FAIR for non-exempt positions (support staff) that will consist of applicants participating in a virtual interview session.Non- exempt includes: Paraprofessionals, bus drivers, secretaries, bookkeepers, nutrition worker, maintenance workers, custodians, and substitutes. It is for anyone that is non-exempt that supports our schools. The fair will be open until the end of May. Check out the flyer by clicking the following link: BCPS Non-Exempt Positions Job Fair 

STOPit Solutions: BCPS high schools have introduced the STOPit app to the school community. This phone app and website provides an anonymous way to report dangerous situations to school staff. The following link provides details provided by SRHS principal, Dr. Cornett: STOPit Solutions SRHS Information

Staunton River Community: If you are between the ages of 18-27 and previously a teen in foster care, you may be eligible for financial support through the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. Visit FosterMyFuture.com (or scan the QR code below) to learn more about the program or text FosterMyFuture to (833) 467-0549 or to be contacted by a Virginia Department of Social Services staff member with more information. Foster My Future Flyer

Click the following link to preview a very special tribute to one of our proudest Golden Eagles, Mr. Dave Forbes! Mr. Forbes Tribute

Click the following links to access Inclement Weather Codes and Staunton River Zone Snow Routes: Inclement Weather Codes & Staunton River Zone Snow Routes

Click the links below to learn more about BCPS contact tracing.
BCPS Contact Tracing
What is Contact Tracing?

The Virginia Department of Education has issued an emergency guideline for SOL testing for this Fall Semester. Students who do not pass their End o Course SOL for any Fall Semester course may still earn a Locally-Awarded Verified Credit by: Scoring between 350-399, and passing the associated class this fall semester

Because of this guideline, we will not be scheduling any expedited retakes for Fall Semester SOLs. However, if your student meets the expedited retake qualifications by scoring between 375-399 (or 350-399 for a student with an IEP) and passes the associated course, you may request an expedited retake for your student by contacting Ms. Richards at sunshine.richards@bedford.k12.va.us.

BCPS is pleased to introduce the Virtual Help Center to support students and families with the technology needed to be successful within the 2020-2021 school year. The BCPS Virtual Help Center offers helpful information on the following topics: Chromebooks, Google, Canvas, Clever, Parent University and much more! There is an “Email or Chat with Us” feature where students and families can pose specific questions and get a response from a BCPS division ITRT. Click the following link to access further information: Virtual Help Center

Bedford County Public Schools will be serving meals at no charge to children in the community, 18 and under through June 30, 2020. Click the following link for more information: BCPS Meal UpdateCORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) 
Bedford County Public Schools still remains closed to the public, but essential appointments can be made by calling your child's school.

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has developed a parent resource on how to talk about COVID-19 with your child. The CDC provides daily updates and health-related guidance in regards to COVID-19 if further information is needed for your family.

COVID-19 and Your Mental Health Infographic
Reporting Abuse During COVID-19
Click here for Return to School Information Webpage

School Cash Online is a safe, simple and secure way for parents to pay for field trips, yearbooks, spirit wear, athletic fees and more. No need to take out cash or write checks, now you can shop online from the comfort of your own home. Click here and choose Register

Click here for Intro to School Cash Online video
Click here for School Cash Online - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) in PDF format


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