2020-21 Campaign Partner


About Us

Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) serves a diverse and mobile population of 29,587 students in 33 schools in a county that covers 280 square miles. Stafford County has an estimated total resident population of 149,960 dispersed among 50,449 households. SCPS is a high-performing school division as evidenced by all of its schools fully accredited.

Both parents and employees describe SCPS as a close-knit community that embraces and leads every child to success, no matter what the child’s background, educational experience or nationality.


Our Vision & Mission

Stafford County Public Schools is a dynamic, goal-oriented learning community committed to preparing our students for success in further education, work, and citizenship.

Inspire and empower all learners to thrive.

What We Value:

Learners: We believe in the power of teaching and learning to develop and advance individuals and communities.

Community: We work together in a safe, nurturing environment where everyone is valued and supported.

Excellence: We cultivate and challenge each individual to excel through a wide range of experiences.

Respect: We recognize and value diversity of culture and thought, treating ourselves and others with honor and dignity.

Integrity: We are honest, open, and principled.


Our Culture, Diversity & Equity

The Office of Equity and Accountability oversees the division assessment programs, ensures a fair and impartial division, and is responsible for the administration of Title I, II, III, and IV federal programs, which support instructional programs and targeted services to schools.  

The Equity, Diversity, and Opportunity Committee (EDOC) acts as an advisory arm to the SCPS Office of Equity by providing additional information, ideas, and support regarding matters of equity, diversity, and inclusion in our schools. EDOC, like the SCPS Office of Equity, exists to ensure equity prevails in SCPS, and that all students and staff are valued and affirmed. 


Our Recruitment

With thirty-two schools and a variety of supporting departments, Stafford County Public Schools is full of opportunities for professionals of many backgrounds.

Our division prioritizes the professional growth of our employees. Under the direction of the Department of Learning & Organizational Development, staff development seminars are offered to address school-wide initiatives, including technology, multicultural education, and curriculum strategies. Seminar offerings are numerous and may be utilized for Virginia licensure renewal credit.

Our Teachers

We strive to ensure the success of all new teachers by offering a Colleague And Mentor Program (C.A.M.P.). Through C.A.M.P., new teachers are provided a mentor, staff development opportunities, and ongoing support throughout their first year in our division.

We want SCPS to be the employer of choice in this area– we are committed to making SCPS too good to leave, pursuing human-centered policies and practices for recruitment and retention and modeling a welcoming, supportive environment.

Our Employment Policy
Equal Opportunity Employer