Potomac Falls High School was built in 1997 and has not been renovated since opening (18 years ago).
High Schools in Loudoun County are renovated every 9 years on average. In fact, on only two occasions over the past 75 years has it taken longer than 18 years to renovate a high school.
There is currently no Loudoun County School Board plan to renovate Potomac Falls High School.
Please see the current photos of Potomac High School Athletic Facilities below:
Softball Fields (no high nets):
Entrance, Weight Room, and Laundry Room — entrance door is stuck open (security and emergency egress issue):
Locker Room (including rats) — 21 captured in the locker room so far…
For comparison purposes, photos of the Athletic Facilities at other Loudoun County High Schools:
Loudoun Valley High School:
Tuscarora High School:
Stone Bridge High School:
Park View High School:
John Champe High School:
Loudoun County High School:
Woodgrove High School: