ACPS honors the 39 employees who retired in 2016 for their service to our students, our schools and our community.
Before you completely check out for the summer, take a moment to rate your school. Your ratings and comments help shape the public profile of your school, so add your voice to the mix.
ACPS has selected a company to carry out the design work for the update of the Parker-Gray Memorial Stadium at T.C. Williams High School and bring it into line with other modern sporting facilities across Northern Virginia.
The Alexandria City School Board has voted to adopt the next phase of the Long Range Educational Facilities Plan that sets out building expectations and the need for any future pre-K centers.
The Patrick Henry Project team, made up of staff from the City and Alexandria City Public Schools, has selected a construction manager to lead the building of the new Patrick Henry School and recreation center.
Prevent summer learning loss and read, read, read over the summer! Learn how to get your child reading through Alexandria Library’s customized programs.
Water at all ACPS schools and buildings has been found to be well below the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) action level for lead.
As you head into summer break, take a look back at some of the highlights of the ACPS year in video.
ACPS has begun work on the next phase of the Long Range Educational Facilities Plan that will set building expectations for future ACPS high schools and pre-K centers. Get involved in the process.
The T.C. Williams High School competitive debate team of senior Fred Delawie and sophomore Jay Falk set a new milestone for the school at the Grand National Debate Tournament last month.
The Alexandria City School Board has openings on a number of advisory committees. Here’s how to get involved.
T.C. Williams High School celebrated the graduation of 667 students on Saturday at a ceremony where the commencement address was given by U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King, Jr.