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List of high schools in West Virginia

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List of high schools in West Virginia

This is a list of high schools in the U.S. state of West Virginia.

Locations are the communities in which they are located, with postal location in parentheses if different.


  • Barbour County 1
  • Berkeley County 2
  • Boone County 3
  • Braxton County 4
  • Brooke County 5
  • Cabell County 6
  • Calhoun County 7
  • Clay County 8
  • Doddridge County 9
  • Fayette County 10
  • Gilmer County 11
  • Grant County 12
  • Greenbrier County 13
  • Hampshire County 14
  • Hancock County 15
  • Hardy County 16
  • Harrison County 17
  • Jackson County 18
  • Jefferson County 19
  • Kanawha County 20
  • Lewis County 21
  • Lincoln County 22
  • Logan County 23
  • Marion County 24
  • Marshall County 25
  • Mason County 26
  • McDowell County 27
  • Mercer County 28
  • Mineral County 29
  • Mingo County 30
  • Monongalia County 31
  • Monroe County 32
  • Morgan County 33
  • Nicholas County 34
  • Ohio County 35
  • Pendleton County 36
  • Pleasants County 37
  • Pocahontas County 38
  • Preston County 39
  • Putnam County 40
  • Raleigh County 41
  • Randolph County 42
  • Ritchie County 43
  • Roane County 44
  • Summers County 45
  • Taylor County 46
  • Tucker County 47
  • Tyler County 48
  • Upshur County 49
  • Wayne County 50
  • Webster County 51
  • Wetzel County 52
  • Wirt County 53
  • Wood County 54
  • Wyoming County 55
  • See also 56
  • External links 57

Barbour County

Berkeley County

Faith Christian Academy, Martinsburg

Boone County

Braxton County

Brooke County

Cabell County

Calhoun County

Clay County

Doddridge County

Fayette County

Gilmer County

Grant County

Greenbrier County

Hampshire County

Hancock County

Hardy County

Harrison County

Jackson County

Jefferson County

Kanawha County

Lewis County

  • Lewis County High School, Weston

Lincoln County

Logan County

Marion County

Marshall County

Mason County

McDowell County

Mercer County

Mineral County

Mingo County

Monongalia County

  • Clay-Battelle High School, Blacksville
  • Morgantown High School, Morgantown
  • Trinity Christian School, Morgantown
  • University High School, Morgantown
  • Vocational Technical Center

Monroe County

Morgan County

Nicholas County

Ohio County

Pendleton County

  • Pendleton County High School, Franklin

Pleasants County

  • Mid-Ohio Valley Technical Institute (Serves Pleasants, Ritchie, Tyler, & Wetzel Counties)
  • St. Marys High School, St. Marys

Pocahontas County

Pocahontas County High School

Preston County

Putnam County

Raleigh County

Vocational Schools:

  • Academy of Careers and Technology
  • Raleigh-Boone Technology Center

Randolph County

Ritchie County

  • Ritchie County High School, Ellenboro

Roane County

  • Roane County High School, Spencer

Summers County

Taylor County

  • Grafton High School, Grafton
  • Taylor County Vocational Center

Tucker County

  • Tucker County High School, Hambleton

Tyler County

Upshur County

Wayne County

Webster County

Wetzel County

  • Hundred High School, Hundred
  • Magnolia High School, New Martinsville
  • Paden City High School, Paden City
  • Valley High School, Pine Grove

Wirt County

  • Wirt County High School, Elizabeth

Wood County

Wyoming County

See also

External links

  • List of high schools in West Virginia from
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