Waynesboro Public Schools is committed to a quality education that includes a strong academic program designed to meet student needs; comprehensive programs which prepare and encourage students to be productive citizens; quality learning environments and school facilities; a diverse, highly trained staff committed to working effectively with youth; and strong partnerships with parents and the community.

Superintendent's Message


The School Board, Faculty and Staff of Waynesboro Public Schools values the opportunity to provide quality educational experiences for the families of Waynesboro and take “Giant Pride” in meeting your high expectations for student success.  

As we prepare students to meet the goals of Virginia’s Profile of a Graduate, Waynesboro’s programs reflect a rapidly changing world.  Our focus is on providing engaging and diverse opportunities that meet the needs of all students in a safe, secure, and comfortable environment.  The success of our students is best achieved through strong relationships and ongoing communication between home and school.

We look forward to working with you to continually grow and strengthen partnerships that assure happy and successful educational experiences for all students.

Jeffrey D. Cassell, Ed.D.


What's Happening

Community Volunteers Needed
The Post High Learning Lab has been a community effort of donations and volunteers. On September 28, 2019, we are in need of Volunteers to help build on the deck, to clean the inside of the house and to move donations inside. Come join us on September 28, 2019!
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WHS & KCMS Awarded Grants
The funds will go toward the community garden at Kate Collins Middle School and for community health needs at Waynesboro High School, according to Dr. Cassell.
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A Look at Diversity in the County
Analysis shows changes in diversity in Augusta County, Staunton and Waynesboro Public School Districts
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Louis Spilman: the newspaper man who was instrumental in the construction of Waynesboro High
He had founded The News Virginian in Waynesboro in 1929, and served as the newspaper’s first president and publisher until 1974. The high school’s auditorium was therefore named The Louis Spilman Auditorium.
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Topic: Attendance Awareness Month
“We Belong in School” is this year’s theme for Attendance Awareness Month
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