Photo of Heritage Farm Located on the Ohio River, Cabell County, West Virginia is a major rail hub and has the largest inland port in the United States.   The greater Huntington area is located within one day’s drive of 44% of the Industrial Market and 37% of the Consumer Market in the US.

West Virginia is in the center of population east of the Mississippi. Access to Northeast, Midwest and Southeast markets is easy.  Huntington’s Tri-State Airport offers the choice of three airlines flying to six popular destinations.  Huntington is also home to Marshall University’s Thundering Herd, West Virginia’s second largest college. Additional nearby attractions include Central City Antique Shops, Harris Riverfront Park and Ritter Park, Heritage Farm Museum and Village, various golf courses, Huntington Mall, Pullman Square, Huntington Museum of Art and the Big Sandy Superstore Arena.

Colleges & Universities

Cabell County and the surrounding region are served by several large colleges and universities which offer both academic study and career and technical training.  Cabell County Schools students can often earn credit at these institutions while completing high school credits.  Listed below are some the higher education institutions with which we have cooperative agreements.


Cabell County students and families are fortunate to be served by two major medical centers and several regional healthcare agencies. Besides providing direct care, these institutions also serve as training grounds for students interested in medical careers.  Cabell County Schools has cooperative agreements with the facilities listed below.


Reading BooksThe Cabell County Public Library promptly and courteously provides library materials and information to the area's residents to meet their personal, professional, and educational needs.

Cabell County Public Library   


With schools that span the 150 square miles of Cabell County, the school system maintains important partnerships with the municipalities within which it operates.  To learn more about what Cabell County's cities and villages offer, simply follow the links below.