Every year, Henrico County Public Schools administrators present a Capital Improvement Plan, or CIP, for School Board approval. “Capital improvements” are projects that consist of permanent upgrades to a school, such as heating and air conditioning equipment, security enhancements, bathroom renovations, kitchen appliances, windows, lighting, flooring and similar improvements. A CIP identifies schools, projects, funding sources and approximate costs during a given fiscal year. In addition to school improvements, a CIP may also include complete school renovations if warranted by increases in student population. CIPs are reviewed annually and may change from year to year based on a number of factors, such as Henrico School Board and Board of Supervisors approval, economic conditions, enrollment numbers, etc. CIPs also include proposals for future years; these projects are dependent on identifying funding sources.
To review the latest Capital Improvement Plan as well as previous CIPs, click on the documents below.