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Meet the Principal

Principal Rodney Jordan came to Buford in 2021 after serving as an assistant principal of Dranesville Elementary in Fairfax County since 2017. Prior to that, he taught in positions ranging from STEM to Language Arts and Mathematics in Northern Virginia and New York schools, primarily in middle-school grades. He has received a number of recognitions for teaching excellence in Fairfax and Manassas. Mr. Jordan has earned certifications and degrees from James Madison University (School Administration and Supervision K-12 certificate), George Mason University (M. Ed.), and Norfolk State University (B.S.).


Rodney Jordan


Charlottesville City Schools is an interconnected, equity-focused school community committed to providing the skills and knowledge needed for lifelong learning, engaged citizenship, and personal fulfillment


Volunteering, Information/Feedback . . .

November 22, 2023

Dear Cville Schools community – Thank you for your continued patience and support as we held our CHS staff workdays. This is an update for you about what we’ve worked on this week as well as upco . . .

Charlottesville High School Listeni . . .

November 19, 2023

Charlottesville United for Public Education  (CUPE) will host a Charlottesville High School Listening Session to allow Charlottesville School Board members and administrators to hear comments and . . .

Classes at CHS Cancelled on Monday/ . . .

November 18, 2023

Dear Charlottesville families, staff, and students– The School Board and Dr. Gurley met this morning during a closed session to discuss student matters as related to school safety at CHS. As part . . .

Update from the School Board and Dr . . .

November 17, 2023

Dear Charlottesville Schools Staff, Families, and Students– As you know, CHS was closed today due to an unusual number of staff absences. In some cases, these staff absences were precipitated by t . . .