Recognized Schools

2013-14

Two schools were recognized as West Virginia Sustainable Schools and nominated to the U.S. Green Ribbon Schools award program for the 2013-14 school year. They are:

  1. Eastwood Elementary School (Morgantown, Monongalia County)
  2. Cameron Middle-High School (Cameron, Marshall County)

Both schools were named U.S. Green Ribbon Schools and honored by the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. on July 22, 2014.

Below is a picture of Eastwood Elementary School in Morgantown.

Eastwood Elementary

2012-13

Two schools and one district were recognized as WV Sustainable Schools and nominated to the US Green Ribbon Schools for 2012-13. They were:

  1. Hometown Elementary School (Hometown, Putnam County)
  2. Petersburg Elementary School (Petersburg, Grant County)
  3. Marshall County Schools

All three were named US Green Ribbon Schools. Read the news release about the 2012-13 winners.

Below is a picture of Hometown Elementary School principal, Carol Graham, receiving that school's award.

Carol Graham Sustainable Schools

2011-12

Four schools were nominated to the US Green Ribbon Schools award program in 2011-12. They were:

  1. Hilltop Elementary School (Wheeling, Marshall County)
  2. Wyoming County Career and Technical Center (Pineville, Wyoming County)
  3. Musselman High School (Inwood, Berkeley County)
  4. Our Lady of Fatima Parish School (Huntington, Cabell County)

Two of these schools were named US Green Ribbon Schools. They were Hilltop Elementary in Marshall County and Wyoming County Career and Technical Center. Read the news release about the 2012 winners.

Additionally, the following schools were recognized for their achievements:

  • Environmental and Sustainability Education: Musselman High School
  • Healthy School Environments: Wheeling Country Day School
  • Environmental Impact and Energy Efficiency of the Facility: Wyoming County Career and Technical Center