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The school opened in 1966. There was an extensive renovation in 1999 to increase capacity<ref name=HMSabout/>.
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The school opened on September 6, 1966 as one of Albemarle County's first "junior high schools."  That same day, [[Jack Jouett Middle School]] opened.  Upon its opening, [[Albemarle County Public Schools]] had 7,200 students enrolled in 14 elementary schools, the two junior high schools, and two high schools.  One of those high schools, [[Burley High School]], was jointly operated with the City of Charlottesville.<ref>{{cite-progress|title=New County Schools Open; Some Facilities Lacking|url=|author=Unspecified|pageno=13|printdate=6 Sept 1966|publishdate=|accessdate=|cturl=}}</ref>
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Henley Middle School is an Albemarle County public school offering classes in sixth through eighth grade, serving students who generally live in western Albemarle County as part of the county's western feeder pattern[1].

2009 enrollment is approximately 750 students[1].

History

The school opened on September 6, 1966 as one of Albemarle County's first "junior high schools." That same day, Jack Jouett Middle School opened. Upon its opening, Albemarle County Public Schools had 7,200 students enrolled in 14 elementary schools, the two junior high schools, and two high schools. One of those high schools, Burley High School, was jointly operated with the City of Charlottesville.[2]

There was an extensive renovation in 1999 to increase capacity[1].

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Henley - About HMS." Albemarle County Public Schools. Web. 30 Nov. 2009. <http://schoolcenter.k12albemarle.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectiondetailid=81159&>.
  2. Print: New County Schools Open; Some Facilities Lacking, Unspecified, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 6 Sept 1966, Page 13.

External links

Henley Middle School official site