Population: 450 Students (Grades K-5); 75 Staff
Motto: It's the Husky Way, Every Day!
Colors: Green and White
From Boonsboro Road: 1) Turn onto Mimosa Drive, left on Indian Hill Road, left on Morningside Drive, or 2) Turn onto Burnt Bridge Road, at the first stop sign continue straight onto Indian Hill Road, left on Morningside Drive.
From Link Road: Turn onto Hurdle Hill Road (will become Evergreen Rd. at the curve), right on Indian Hill Road at the small bridge, right onto Morningside Drive.
8:35 a.m.-3:35 p.m.
Our school year consists of two semesters; four grading periods of nine weeks each.
Partners in Education
- Homestead Creamery
- Horace Mann Insurance
- Campbell Insurance
- Food for Thought
- Liberty University
- Lynchburg City Fire Department
- Lynchburg Garden Club
- Mister Goodies
- Parkview Mission
- Randolph College
The Lynchburg City School Division is accredited by both the Virginia State Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Over 142 registered volunteers with an average of over 3,000 volunteer hours per year. (All volunteers must have an approved background check prior to volunteering. Go to www.lcsedu.net/community/
Our Bedford Hills team works collaboratively to meet the diverse needs of all students. Our principal and assistant principal lead the learning with the support of our fantastic teaching team, an instructional coach and gifted educator, reading coach, technology teacher, reading specialist and instructional assistants, We currently have 22 general education classes and 3 division-wide special education classes. Six special education teachers, along with our instructional assistants, speech/language therapists, occupational therapist and behavior specialists supports our students with special needs. Our Encore team provides art, music, library, movement education and violin instruction to our students. Our secretaries and custodial staff keep our school clean and highly efficient. Healthy meals are provided at breakfast and lunch by our cafeteria team. Our full-time nurse and school counselor are available to care for and support our students as well.
Bedford Hills was built in 1958 and is named for the neighborhood subdivision in which it is located. Bedford Hills School sustained a complete renovation after a fire in December of 1991. At that time, 250 students were redistricted and added to the enrollment. An additional ten classrooms were added along with a new library, office area, and computer lab.