Fifty-three ACPS science fair projects won awards at the Northern Virginia Regional Science Fair. Three projects advanced to the state-level, where Ana Humphrey took second place in the Physics category. Two teams will advance to a national science fair for middle school students in June. See the full list of winning projects and the students behind them.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has appointed Peter Balas as the new Principal of T.C. Williams High School, citing proven strong leadership skills and academic experience as the reason for the choice. Balas has spent the last 15 years of his career with ACPS, including five years as an administrator at T.C. Williams.
A student at T.C. Williams High School has been named Washington DC Regional Youth Entrepreneur of the Year for the education app he developed.
Spring2ACTion is on April 5 and ACPS has multiple schools, PTAs and booster organizations taking part. Find the one (or more) you want to support and give on Wednesday.
Former 1971 Titan Darryl “Blue” Stanton, who was killed in a car crash in North Carolina on March 17, is remembered by former teammates.
ACPS celebrates our school social workers who play a critical role in ensuring that every student succeeds.
The second community meeting for the the modernization of the Parker-Gray Memorial Stadium at T.C. Williams High School will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, March 21, at 6:30 p.m.
ACPS wants to hear from all groups vested in the future design of the stadium on Tuesday March 21 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Rotunda on the second floor of T.C. Williams.
Congratulations to T.C. Williams graduate Noah Lyles who became a world record holder on Saturday. Noah broke the indoor 300-meter world record at the USA Track & Field Indoor Championships. #TitanPride
Students from the International Academy at T.C. Williams High School have partnered with the Young Playwright’s Theater to adapt their unique stories of struggle and immigration published in a book last year into productions for the stage.
See how schools throughout ACPS are celebrating Black History Month through art, music and writing and with special guests.
ACPS inducted five outstanding athletes into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night, including a star player in the 1971 State Championship football team memorialized in Remember the Titans and a student from the all-black Parker-Gray High School who went on to coach football in the Olympics.
Congratulations to three ACPS teachers who have received or renewed their National Board Certification – the teaching profession’s highest mark of accomplishment.