About Prince William County
Prince William County is located on the Potomac River. As of the 2020 census, the population sits at 482,204, making it Virginia's second-most populous county. The county has a total area of 348 square miles and it bordered by Loudoun and Fairfax county in the north. In Prince William's green belt, you will find beautiful landscapes and protected green land. It is home to two National Parks, Prince William Forest Park and Manasses National Battlefield Park. Prince William county has much to offer residents and visitors from stunning landscapes to rich history, it is also home to the Marine Corps base Quantico.
The Prince William County Public School system is the second largest school system in Virginia. Within this county school system there are 57 elementary, 16 middle, and 13 high schools, as well as a virtual high school, two traditional schools, three special education schools, and two alternative schools. The only area in which Prince William County Public Schools don't serve is the Marine Corps Base Quantico which is served by DoDEA schools.