Summer reading is important for helping students to maintain and advance their reading skills and succeed in school. Learn about summer reading programs, including the mandatory summer reading project for rising and current middle school students.
Four T.C. Williams High School students have been chosen to be AVID student leaders at the annual AVID national gathering in Pennsylvania this summer.
The Alexandria City School Board has appointed Dr. Lois F. Berlin as interim superintendent for Alexandria City Public Schools while it conducts a nationwide search for a permanent superintendent.
ACPS launches a new Summer Advanced Placement (AP) Boot Camp designed to provide support and resources to T.C. Williams students who are taking an AP course for the first time.
New ACPS student artwork is on display in the School Board Meeting room at Central Office. Learn about the works and how they were selected.
ACPS is growing teachers from within through the Teachers for Tomorrow program at T.C. Williams High School
Thank you for a great school year. We are sure that our short video roundup will make you smile!
Alexandria Smith, a rising seventh-grade student at George Washington Middle School has won the top prize in the State for her History Day Presentation.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has announced the appointment of Rachael R.B. Dischner as the principal of the new pre-K center to be housed at John Adams Elementary School.
Ana Humphrey, a sophomore at T. C. Williams High School has been named a runner up for the grand prize at the 2017 U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize, the most prestigious youth awards for water-related science projects. See her explain her the app she designed.
Community members, school staff and students gathered on the site of the new Patrick Henry School and Recreation Center to help shovel the first dirt as part of the groundbreaking ceremony.
Three ACPS staff members have been recognized as Champions of Children in the first annual Children, Youth and Families Collaborative Commission Champions of Children Awards.
Six T.C. Williams High School student athletes have been named Athletes of the Year by the Alexandria Sportsman’s Club.