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General School Information
- Grades Served: PK-5
- Address: 3201 Berkmar Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22901
- Phone: 434-973-5211
- Principal: Michael Irani
Building 21st Century Citizens
Agnor-Hurt provides a safe and trusting learning environment that embraces diversity and our community’s rich cultural tableau. We are committed to empowering students to be creative lifelong learners and productive global citizens through relationships, compassion and perseverance. As 21st century learners, students will develop into individuals who can adapt, create, collaborate, succeed, and meet the challenges of a constantly evolving world.
School Quality Profile
For every school and school division in the Commonwealth, the Virginia Department of Education’s School Quality Profiles provide detailed information about accreditation, assessments, enrollment, college and career readiness, finance, learning climate, teacher quality, and other topics of interest to parents and the general public.
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- Built in 1992
- 80,956 square feet
- 19.5 acre site
Feeder Pattern & Attendance Area
Public schools in Albemarle County are divided into three “feeder patterns” according to geographical area: Northern, Southern and Western. A feeder pattern consists of the elementary, middle and high schools through which students progress.
Agnor-Hurt Elementary School is part of the Northern Feeder Pattern. Students continue to either Burley or Jouett Middle School and will graduate from Albemarle High School.
On September 8, 1992 Agnor Hurt Elementary School opened its doors for the first time to approximately 480 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The students were reassigned to Agnor Hurt from Cale, Greer, Hollymead, and Woodbrook. The new school gained its official name in the spring of 1991, honoring both Albemarle's former county executive, Guy Agnor, and long-time Albemarle educator and principal, Benjamin Hurt. Mr. Agnor was a native of Lexington, Virginia and lived in Albemarle County for over twenty years. Mr. Hurt is a native of Farmville, Virginia and has been a resident of Albemarle County since graduating from college.
Michele Del Gallo Castner