Title I Information
Title I, Part A provides financial assistance through state educational agencies to school divisions and public schools with high numbers or percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic content and achievement standards.
School divisions target the Title I funds they receive to public schools with the highest percentages of children from low-income families. RPS Title I funded schools are school-wide programs that are designed to upgrade their entire educational programs for all students, particularly the lowest-achieving students.
For more information, view the Title I presentation video below.
2021-22 Title I Schools
|Albert Hill Middle School||J. H. Blackwell Elementary School|
|Amelia Street School||J. L. Francis Elementary School|
|Armstrong High School||John B. Cary Elementary School|
|Barack Obama Elementary School||John Marshall High School|
|Bellevue Elementary School||Lucille M. Brown Middle School|
|Binford Middle School||Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School|
|Broad Rock Elementary School||Miles J. Jones Elementary School|
|Cardinal Elementary School||Oak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary School|
|Chimborazo Elementary School||Overby-Sheppard Elementary School|
|Elizabeth D. Redd Elementary School||Richmond Career Education & Employment Academy|
|Fairfield Court Elementary School||Richmond Alternative School|
|Franklin Military Academy||River City Middle School|
|George W. Carver Elementary School||Southampton Elementary School|
|George Wythe High School||Swansboro Elementary Schools|
|G. H. Reid Elementary School||Thomas C. Boushall Middle School|
|Ginter Park Elementary School||Thomas H. Henderson Middle School|
|Henry L. Marsh Elementary School||Thomas Jefferson High School|
|Huguenot High School||Woodville Elementary School|
|J. B. Fisher Elementary School||Westover Hills Elementary School|