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For over four decades, Brunswick Academy has provided the students of Southside Virginia with quality education. B.A. affords its students experiences in responsibility, critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, creativity, leadership training, decision making, and communication skills.
The Brunswick Chamber of Commerce is an organization of community, business, educational, and civic leaders bonded together through mutual interest in promoting the well-being of Brunswick County as a desirable community in which to live, to rear our families, and to conduct our business.
The Brunswick County Public Schools operate according to policies established by the Brunswick County Public School Board. The Board, which represents the state and local community, develops policies after careful deliberation, and the school administration implements these policies through specific regulations and procedures.
As a small business resource for 25 years, the Longwood Small Business Development Center’s (LSBDC) core mission is to provide education, consulting, and economic research to support potential and existing small business owners throughout Southern Virginia.
Remac, Inc. is a full service asphalt maintenance company specializing in crack sealing, seal coating, asphalt patching, pothole repair, parking lot striping, paving, and a variety of other services. We perform asphalt pavement maintenance services in the entire Mid-Atlantic and South-Eastern regions.
Sometimes small is better. The entrance to the Alberta Campus That's how it is at Southside Virginia Community College. You'll never be lost in the crowd or treated like a number on a computer printout. What you will find are faculty, staff and administrators who do their best for students of all ages to provide a quality educational program for transfer to four-year colleges and universities and an occupational-technical program to educate, train and retrain workers for Southside business and industry.
In 1995, the Virginia General Assembly created the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) to better serve those seeking a prime business location and increased trade opportunities and, therefore, to foster increased expansion of the Commonwealth's economy.