ACPS will expand its Virtual PLUS+ program to include up to 350 full-day spots for vulnerable students in the fall, thanks to new funding from the City of Alexandria.
This month we welcome a series of new senior leaders who will fulfill the new roles established through the organizational restructuring announced in January 2020.
On Friday, July 10, the Alexandria City School Board will begin the process of officially considering the request to change the name of T.C. Williams High School. Learn more about the public engagement process and see the FAQs.
ACPS Express, July 1, 2020: Reopening Planning Process • Get Ready for Summer Learning • Equity for All 2025 Strategic Plan Approved • ACPS Partnership with Virginia Tech
The Alexandria City School Board approved an Operating Budget for the 2020-21 school year focused on supporting students socially, emotionally and academically, and that the City Manager has recommended that City Council fund in full.
The School Board has voted to move forward with the “Forest” concept for the new Douglas MacArthur Elementary School building, citing its alignment with the community’s desire to have a strong connection between the school and nature.
Nicole Rosario-Flores, a student at T.C. Williams High School, was picked by the senator after he visited the school last month.
Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. has proposed an Operating Budget that aims to focus on social, emotional and academic learning, increase graduation rates, reduce chronic absenteeism and improving literacy levels next school year.
The Alexandria City School Board has approved a $530.7 million ten-year plan to continue to modernize ACPS schools while also funding facilities repairs to school infrastructure. See the list of scheduled modernization projects.
Herman Boone, iconic former head coach of the T.C. Williams High School 1971 championship football team, passed away on December 18, surrounded by his family and friends at the age of 84. Memorial services will be held on December 27 and 28.
“I want to be an inspiration to my students. Perhaps in ten or twenty years, I will be able to see one of my children – my students – walking across that stage.”
Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. presented a ten-year vision for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget that builds capacity across all grade levels, increases safety and security, modernizes facilities for the 21st century, and ensures equitable investment across all schools.