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Chapmanville Middle School Football

School Information

Type: Regular School
Status: Operational

District: Logan County Schools

Mailing Address:
300 Vance St.
Chapmanville, WV 25508

Phone Number: (304) 855-8378
Total Number Of Teachers: 35
Total Number Of Students: 597
Average Class Size: 17.1

School Web Site: Visit The Chapmanville Middle School Web Site

Rating/Review: N/A

Chapmanville Middle School Sports

Baseball, Football, Basketball, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Swimming, Track And Field, Volleyball, Wrestling

Chapmanville Middle School NCES Information

Public School ID: 5400690-00729

School Code: 00729
Local Education Agency (LEA) Code: 5400690

School State ID: 45405
Local Education Agency (LEA) State ID: 4500000

Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Code: 54

Chapmanville Middle School Location

Chapmanville Middle School
Chapmanville Middle School
300 Vance St.
Chapmanville, WV 25508

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