Super Senior Passport

Designed to thank senior residents for their support and to encourage them to remain active in Chesterfield schools, the Super Senior Passport is free. If you are 60 or older and live in Chesterfield County, we invite you to apply for a passport.

Super Senior Passports provide

  • discounted fees for Super Senior Passport classes and other adult education classes on a space-available basis (Discounted tuition in a particular class is not guaranteed. For more information, call 804-768-6140.)
  • free admission to school athletic events (except playoffs and tournaments)
  • free admission to music and theater productions in schools (seating may be limited at theater productions, so please call the school in advance)
  • free admission to certain other school activities for which fees are charged
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We invite you to volunteer in our schools.

Sharing your life experiences, memories, knowledge or friendship with a young person will make a difference. Some seniors spend one or two days a week in our schools listening to students read, helping in the library, being a lunch buddy or mentor or assisting in a variety of ways. To volunteer, please contact the principal or volunteer coordinator at the school you’re interested and have filled out a volunteer application on this page.

How can I get a Super Senior Passport?

  • Fill out the online application on this webpage.
  • Apply in person at the School Administration Offices at CTC@Hull, 13900 Hull Street Road.
  • Call 804-639-6906 ext. or email to ask that a representative attend a group meeting to register you and other members for Super Senior Passports.


If you need more information, please call 804-639-6906 ext. 1111 or email

High school course offerings range from world languages to career and technical education to classes in fine arts like band, orchestra, chorus, visual art and photography. While not all courses are offered in every school, the CCPS Program of Studies details what could be available for high school students with very specific course descriptions, including course descriptions for specialty centers and career and technical education classes. Courses are chosen to align with student career goals and unique offerings are available in every content area. Parents are invited to review student course choices each year and may contact their student’s counselor to discuss options and ask questions.

Students transition to high school with an academic and career plan developed in eighth grade. Counselors work with students each year to refine their plan for meeting testing and graduation requirements. They help students explore elective course opportunities to develop a schedule that meets educational needs and reflects their interests and post-secondary goals, based on the diploma type they choose.