Happy holidays from ACPS! Here are some fun and free ways to spend your holiday break here in Alexandria and in D.C.
T.C. Williams High School senior Jay Falk has been awarded a 2017 Virginia School Boards Association Exhibitors Scholarship.
Four T.C. Williams students have developed an app to help fellow teens cope with anxiety and won the opportunity to present it at a national conference.
As you prepare for Thanksgiving break November 22 through Novemer 26, here are some ways you can give back and support those in need.
Two T.C. Williams students are among the top 16 teams in the U.S. competing in the 2017 Project Green Challenge this week.
ACPS is committed to sustainable environmental practices and we have expanded our efforts to implement energy efficiency initiatives that will have a positive impact on our environment.
Join us this Thursday to learn about kindergarten and elementary school options in Alexandria at the Kindergarten Fair.
Tuesday, November 7 is Election Day, which is a day off for students and a work day for teachers. Here are seven ways for students to engage on Election Day.
Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy has been recognized for its efforts to encourage environmental stewardship in its students, participate in conservation efforts as a community and raise student awareness through hands-on experiences.
The process to develop the 2018-19 Academic Calendar has begun and ACPS is looking for your feedback. Please take a few moments to review the draft calendars and submit your comments by November 17.
Take a moment to close your eyes. Think about every race, every age, think about yourself. Think about if your kids couldn’t eat at home. What would you do? One student at Francis C. Hammond is asking herself just this.
Parent Liaisons offer opportunities to better support our families by fostering relationships and helping to build cooperative working relationships between the home and school. Meet the 12 Parent Liaisons who work with the five members of the FACE team.
Bring new or gently used backpacks, coats, jackets, hats and gloves to the ACPS Transportation Department on Saturday, October 14 to be donated to families in need. Non-perishable food items are also being collected.
Congratulations to T.C. Williams High School senior Madeline Waldhoff, who has been named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist.