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Baywood Elementary School 247 Grammer Lane Galax VA 24333 276-236-4868

Co-Op Center For Exceptional Children 200 Maroon Tide Dr Galax VA 24333 276-236-8811

Fairview Elementary School 2323 Fairview Road Galax VA 24333 276-236-2365

Galax Elementary School 225 Academy Dr Galax VA 24333 276-236-6159

Galax High School 200 Maroon Tide Dr Galax VA 24333 276-236-2991

Galax Middle School 202 Maroon Tide Dr Galax VA 24333 276-236-6124

Gladeville Elementary School 3117 Glendale Road Galax VA 24333 276-236-5449

Oakland Elementary School 4930 Pipers Gap Road Galax VA 24333 276-236-3049

Fries Middle School 114 East Main Street Fries VA 24330 5.6 miles from 24333 276-744-7201

Woodlawn School 745 Woodlawn Road Woodlawn VA 24381 9.1 miles from 24333 276-236-9931

Glade Creek School 32 Glade Creek School Road Ennice NC 28623 9.9 miles from 24333 336-657-3388

Independence Elementary School 915 East Main Street Independence VA 24348 11.3 miles from 24333 276-773-2722

Cedar Ridge Elementary School 734 Flippin Road Lowgap NC 27024 11.8 miles from 24333 336-352-4320

Laurel Elementary School 26 Pleasantview Road Austinville VA 24312 11.8 miles from 24333 276-728-9247

Grayson County High School 110 Blue Devil Drive Independence VA 24348 11.9 miles from 24333 276-773-2131

Independence Middle School Blue Devil Drive Independence VA 24348 11.9 miles from 24333 276-773-3020

St Paul School 231 Flower Gap Road Cana VA 24317 13.3 miles from 24333 276-755-3512

Fancy Gap Elementary School 63 Winding Ridge Road Fancy Gap VA 24328 13.6 miles from 24333 276-728-7504

Alleghany High School 404 Trojan Avenue Sparta NC 28675 13.6 miles from 24333 336-372-4554

Carroll County Ed Center 205 Oak Street Hillsville VA 24343 13.7 miles from 24333 276-728-9055

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