Colonial Forge High School is a public high school in Stafford, Virginia serving students in grades nine through twelve in the central portion of Stafford County, Virginia.
Colonial Forge is among the top 1,000 schools in the nation, ranked 2nd in the 2007 edition of the Newsweek list of the 1200 best high schools in America.
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... Since the school's inception Colonial Forge's cross country and track teams have proven themselves as some of the best in the state winning multiple team district and regional ... In the summer of 2008, Colonial Forge Graduate Jerome Miller made the finals of the US Olympic Trials in the high jump ...
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