20110 Public School

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Baldwin Elementary School 9705 Main Street Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6100

Bennett Elementary School 8800 Old Dominion Drive Manassas VA 20110 703-361-8261

George Carr Round Elementary School 10100 Hastings Drive Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6400

Grace E Metz Middle School 9950 Wellington Road Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6800

Jennie Dean Elementary School 9601 Prince William Street Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6300

Joseph B Johnson Learningg Center 9051 Tudor Lane Manassas VA 20110 571-377-7250

Mayfield Intermediate School 8550 Signal Hill Road Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6600

Osbourn High School 9005 Tudor Lane Manassas VA 20110 571-377-7000

Parkside Middle School 8602 Mathis Avenue Manassas VA 20110 703-361-3106

Pennington School 9305 Stonewall Road Manassas VA 20110 703-369-6644

Richard C Haydon Elementary School 9075 Park Avenue Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6200

The Governor's School at Innovation Park 10900 University Boulevard Manassas VA 20110 804-225-2884

Weems Elementary School 8750 Weems Road Manassas VA 20110 571-377-6500

New Directions Alternative HS Program School 8886 Rixlew Lane Manassas VA 20109 1.6 miles from 20110 703-393-7261

Stonewall Jackson High School 8820 Rixlew Lane Manassas VA 20109 1.8 miles from 20110 703-365-2900

Ellis Elementary School 10400 Kim Graham Lane Manassas VA 20109 1.9 miles from 20110 703-365-0287

Osbourn Park High School 8909 Euclid Avenue Manassas Park VA 20111 2.2 miles from 20110 703-365-6500

New Dominion Middle School 8220 Conner Drive Manassas VA 20111 2.4 miles from 20110 703-361-9808

West Gate Elementary School 8031 Urbanna Road Manassas VA 20109 2.4 miles from 20110 703-368-4404

Cougar Elementary School 9330 Brandon St Manassas Park VA 20111 2.4 miles from 20110 703-392-1317

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