The purpose of BRVGS is to serve the academic needs of a community of motivated, high-ability students through a variety of instructional strategies and learning opportunities that engage their interests and challenge their intellectual boundaries beyond a traditional high school experience.

The mission of BRVGS is to inspire and challenge our students through unique, rigorous, technology-centered learning experiences, and to prepare them with the skills to be the leaders, collaborators and innovators of the future.

BRVGS Address:

14455 James Madison Hwy. Palmyra, Va 22963

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Fluvanna 10th Graders Have Visitors


A UVA Biology Professor, Mr. Butch Brodie, come to Fluvanna County High School 10th grade AP Biology class. He spoke on coevolution of snakes and newts. He also brought friends for the students to meet. 


BRVGS Students Take Part in Tech Tour

BRVGS Computer Science students took part in the Charlottesville area Tech Tour on October 10th.  Students visited a wide variety of technology-based industries, including everything from health care and recycling to data storage and clean energy businesses.  To see a news video that features some of our BRVGS students (as well as students from other schools), click on:


BRVGS Application Now Available

The application for entry in the BRVGS 9th grade class in the 2018-19 school year is now available.  For a downloadable copy in Microsoft Word, please click on "Admissions" and then on "Application" in the navigation bar at the top of this page.  Applications are also available through middle school counseling centers and will be available at local parent information meetings.  Please contact BRVGS Director Marc Carraway at 434-989-3972 or by email at for any questions regarding the BRVGS application process.  


BRVGS Grads Present at JMU

BRVGS class of 2017 students Celia Hines and Samantha Grace Hopkins presented this past Friday at the James Madison University's General Education Conference.  The conference is described on the JMU website as "...designed to recognize the exceptional academic learning experiences our undergraduates have in their general education courses. To participate, a student must be nominated by his or her professor and must have produced outstanding work, whether in the form of an oral presentation, a written essay, a research project, or similar assignment."

Celia and Grace were nominated by Dr. Iona Black of James Madison University to present about their experience in the JMU/BRVGS "Science in The Novel" course that they took as BRVGS seniors in spring of 2017.   Celia is now a student at JMU and Grace is a student at Virginia Tech.  BRVGS is very proud of their success int he course, and of their ongoing success in college!



Links to Back to School Night Video and Presentation

Thanks to everyone who came out on rainy school nights for the Blue Ridge Virtual School Back to School Nights this week!  For those parents unable to attend either of the BRVGS Back-to-School Night presentations, a video of Wednesday's meeting is available by clicking on

Parents can also see the slideshow presentation, with a list of resources with information for preparing students for college on slide # 20, by clicking on BRVGS BTSN Slideshow.

Please contact BRVGS Director Marc Carraway at for any questions regarding the information shared at Back to School Night.  Best wishes to all of our parents and students for a great 2017-18 school year!