Who We Are
The library is open 7:20-3:00 p.m.. If students need us after this time, let us know and we can stay later as needed.
Robin Holmes: library media specialist
Annette Middleton: library media secretary
Pete Peters: library media secretary
Amherst County High School became a fully integrated high school in 1970. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibited discrimination against blacks and women. At this time students from the African-American Central High School could choose to attend ACHS. With the five students who came in the fall of 1964, came Maurice L. Moore, a profound educator from Central High School. He educated the students of Amherst County from 1948-1988. Our library later became known as the Maurice L. Moore library.