Yes, and we can conduct official G.E.D. testing here as well.
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School counseling offices are notified within two days of a student’s entry into the detention home school. There are times when students are placed in the detention home, but do not attend school (either they refuse or they have been restricted to their room by detention staff). You will not be notified until the student attends school.
For expediency purposes, it is best to fax the records to us at 804-717-6454. If not possible, please send them to the Detention Center via the Chesterfield pony mail at the following address:Chesterfield County Juvenile Detention Home9600 Krause RoadChesterfield, VA 23832
For those outside of Chesterfield County, please use U.S. mail. Teacher work can be emailed, ponied or faxed.
School starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 2:45 p.m. (with a 30 minute lunch). We have a 7-period day, with classes lasting 50 to 55 minutes each. In addition to the core academic subjects, all students take Personal Finance and Economics, H/PE, Reading and Music.
Some students, who are in the Post Dispositional program and have earned a certain level, may attend their home school during the day. This is a rarity but does happen on occasion.
Yes. We encourage this. Conversely, detention home teachers might contact the home school teachers if they need information or clarification. We are all in this together!
Students are able to work on-line here at the facility.
Unfortunately, no. We do not have teachers certified as AP teachers.
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