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Caroline County is located on the Eastern part of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Northern piece of the country borders on the Rappahannock River, notably at the historic town of Port Royal. The Caroline county seat is Bowling Green.
Caroline County was established in 1728 and was named in honor of Caroline of Ansbach, wife of the then reigning King, George II of Great Britain. It is the birthplace of the renowned racehorse Secretariat, winner of the 1973 Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes; the Triple Crown.
As of the 2010 census, the county population was 28,545, having more than doubled in the last fifty years. Caroline is part of the Greater Richmond Region.
As of 2016, there are about 4,402 students enrolled in 5 schools. There are 3 elementary schools (grades PK-5), 1 middle school (grades 6-8), and 1 high school (grades 9-12.)
- Caroline High School (Grades 9-12)
- Caroline Middle School (Grades 6-8)
- Bowling Green Elementary (Grades PK-5)
- Lewis & Clark Elementary (Grades PK-5)
- Madison Elementary (Grades PK-5)
As of September 27, 2016:
- Total Enrollment (PK-12): 4402
- American Indian or Alaska Native: 10
- Asian: 23
- Black or African American: 1213
- Hispanic/Latino: 347
- Native Hawaiian / Other Pac Islander: 10
- White: 2416
- Two or More Race Categories: 383