413 Johnson Avenue
Bridgeport, WV 26330
Bridgeport, West Virginia, is a small residential town (population 7,598) located at the intersection of Interstate 79, a major North-South artery, and US Route 50, a major East-West highway. First chartered in 1816, the town was named for the first bridge in Harrison County, built across Simpson Creek in 1803.
Bridgeport is a fast-growing community with two elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. Harrison-Marion Regional Airport and the FBI Fingerprint Center are just two of the business developments found in our area. The latest addition to the area is the CharlesPointe and White Oaks areas, which includes a conference center, hotels, housing, restaurants, a large recreational complex, and many more planned developments.
David Mazza, Principal
Gary Oldaker, Assistant Principal
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