First Lady of Virginia, Dorothy McAuliffe, visited Charles Barrett Elementary School on Wednesday to commemorate Virginia Farm to School Week and National Farm to School Month.
The City Council voted unanimously to approve the change in use of a vacant office building on the West End into a new school at the hearing on Saturday.
ACPS has increased both participation and performance in Advanced Placement (AP) exams this year, including seeing the highest number of top scores of 5 since 2005.
Interim Superintendent Lois F. Berlin has appointed Dr. Victor Martin as the Principal of the Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Center School for ACPS.
Standards of Learning (SOL) results released by the state on Tuesday show that scores for Alexandria City Public Schools remain consistent with recent years and that ACPS is on track to become a high-performing school division by 2020.
ACPS’ new budget director brings a wealth experience in government budgets and has a proven record of increasing resource efficiency and implementing new initiatives.
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.
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.
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.
T.C. Williams High School celebrated the graduation of 720 students on Saturday, one of the largest cohorts for a June graduation in the school’s recent history.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has announced the appointment of Gregory Baldwin as the School Climate Specialist at T.C. Williams High School.
ACPS, in cooperation with the City of Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities, is launching a swim safety pilot program as part of the physical education curriculum at James K. Polk Elementary School.
The Alexandria City School Board approved the FY 2018 Final Combined Funds Budget for Alexandria City Public Schools on Thursday. Read about what it means for ACPS, our students and our staff.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has announced that he will be leaving Alexandria City Public Schools this summer to take a position as a professor in the Graduate School of Education at George Mason University in the fall.
Dr. Crawley’s last day with ACPS will be July 28. The Alexandria City School Board will lay out the process for the search for a new superintendent within the next few weeks.